This collection of cases can provide guidance and inspiration to development practitioners and activists who want to take the legal route to obtain the same enjoyment of the right to social security or social protection. Most of these examples also shed light on how to argue and formulate arguments by examining the reasoning used by public authorities to limit or deny social protection benefits to certain groups and the responses of the competent legal bodies. UNICEF is a leading global partner in social protection, working in more than 140 countries across a variety of policies and programmes – from cash transfer programmes to social services – that address child poverty in all its dimensions. More information on the social and legal protection of children The following basic principles of legislation in the field of social and legal protection of children can be drawn from the above-mentioned legal provisions: Governments play a key role in reducing poverty through social protection programmes Civil rights are the legal protection of individuals or groups against certain forms of oppression, which was widely accepted worldwide in the second half of the twentieth century. The origins of civil rights can be found in the practices of governments or powerful individuals or institutions that have been considered oppressive, although these are often obscured in founding or origin histories that take on an abstract and timeless quality. The most common civil rights are: prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion and sex; the right to personal security, including the protection of persons accused or suspected of a criminal offence; the right to vote, to stand for election and to participate in democratic political processes; and freedom of expression, association and religion. Failure to recognize the interweaving of rights, interests, privileges, and expectations has likely made acceptance of citizenship progress more difficult than it should be, particularly in countries where rights tend to be articulated in absolutist terms. The most troubling civil rights issues have focused on protected rights, their content and wording, and their application. The judicial primacy model in the United States has spawned two periods of historic civil liberties protection, but no single source or enforcement mechanism for civil liberties has consistently proven superior to others.

Establishment and enforcement appear to be most effective when achieved through the most popular and participatory means, and popular understanding of the meaning and history of civil rights is probably the most important factor in their continued vitality. Article 1 of the Regulation provides that the social and legal protection of the child means, in particular, the protection of the child`s right to positive development and adequate education, the protection of his legitimate interests, including the protection of his property, efforts to revive deteriorated family functions and efforts to find an alternative family environment for children, who cannot grow up permanently or temporarily in their own families. Copyright is a constitutional right that automatically legally protects the original work of authors. This law protects their original works by prohibiting public and private use without obtaining or obtaining formal permission to use these elements. Basically, copyright gives the author of a creative work the exclusive right to control the copying of a work (Templeton, 2008). Copyright grants the author of an original work legal rights and protection in his or her work, including the right to publish, reproduce, sell, display, prepare derivative works from, and perform the work for a limited period of time. Legal and social protection of children is granted free of charge to all minor children without distinction. This means that social and legal protection applies to all minors up to the age of 18. When a child under 18 years of age acquires legal capacity, social and legal protection is granted only in certain cases, and the Child Protection Act expressly provides that the competent authority for the social and legal protection of children is obliged to fully respect the will of the child who has become fully competent.

Companies` legal obligations to ensure information security stem from an increasingly complex patchwork of federal and state laws, regulations, enforcement actions, as well as common law fiduciary and other implied obligations to provide „due diligence.“ In the United States, legal obligations are typically industry-specific (e.g., finance, healthcare, utilities) or data-specific (e.g., personal data, financial data, or information related to the operation of critical infrastructure). In all cases, they have continued to rise, in part due to the number and severity of high-profile security breaches dating back to 2005. The intricate details of these cases may reveal some of the administrative and practical challenges associated with claiming the right to social security or social protection, but ultimately they show how deeply rooted this right is in many jurisdictions. The law therefore emphasizes that this is without prejudice to the special legislation governing the issue of protection of the rights and legitimate interests of the child. Important legal protections that have been in place for some time have brought us to the current state of information security legislation. These legal protections include (but are not limited to): For children living in places where social protection is available, services may be fragmented. Governments that fund programmes to expand education, but neglect, for example, those that deal with malnutrition, may find that girls and boys still struggle to learn. If social protection programmes are not mutually reinforcing – in education, health, nutrition, child protection and other areas – children miss important opportunities and remain vulnerable to the effects of poverty throughout their lives.

This definition incorporates the broader concept of social and legal protection, specifying that the law is without prejudice to specific legislation governing the protection of the rights and legitimate interests of the child. The SLP Act regulates only certain child protection measures, while other measures are set out in numerous pieces of legislation in specific areas. These include the Family Act, the Code of Civil Procedure, the Criminal Code, the Code of Criminal Procedure, Act No. 218/2003 Coll., on Juvenile Courts, as amended, Act No. 109/2002 Coll., on the provision of institutional education or protective education, as amended, of the provisions on social assistance, Act No. 379/2005 Coll., on Measures to Protect Damage Caused by Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Narcotic Products, and Amendments to Act No. 379/2005 Coll., on Damage Caused by Tobacco Products, Alcohol and Other Narcotic Drugs, and Amendments to Related Acts, Act No. 202/1990 Coll., on lotteries and other similar games, as amended, and others. In the course of their activities, the authorities responsible for the social and legal protection of children apply various measures regulated by law, the implementation of which depends on the particular situation of the family and the child and the degree of risk to the child. Emphasis is placed on preventive measures, the protection of children from sociopathological phenomena and family rehabilitation. Since the child has the rights under our law and international obligations, the state is responsible for the protection of the child and the healthy development of the child. The State does not assume the duties and responsibilities of the child`s parents.

Article 6 of the Child Social and Legal Protection Act defines the situations in which, in particular, social and legal protection is guaranteed. This is only a list of examples of situations, as it is not possible for a legal regulation to cover all situations involving children or children.