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How to protect the human rights of children temporarily out of custody in the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia epidemic in China

Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2020    |    PP. 1-14    |PDF (179 K)|    Pub. Date: March 9, 2020
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Author(s)
Xinlin Peng, China Criminal law research Institute, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
Qian Sun, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Beijing Institute of Education, Beijing, China

Abstract
In the current epidemic prevention and control of the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia(NCP) in China, the protection of human rights of children temporarily separated from guardianship during the epidemic period has not yet attracted the attention of the state and society. Some of these children have their parents separated because of suspected or confirmed infection of NCP, or themselves have to be isolated because of suspected or confirmed diagnosis of NCP, so they are out of custody. Some are because their parents are doctors, police and other front-line anti epidemic staff, leaving the children at home alone, unattended. There are also children whose parents and other close relatives have been infected or suspected to be infected with NCP and who have no ability to take care of them. These children are actually out of the custody of their parents. The mental and physical health of these children are suffering from great damage, and the absence of state guardianship, the lack of awareness of protecting children's rights of guardians themselves, and the adverse guidance of public opinion make these children in a dilemma at present.

Keywords
"Leftover children" out of custody; Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia; National guardianship; Temporary guardianship.

Cite this paper
Xinlin Peng, Qian Sun, How to protect the human rights of children temporarily out of custody in the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia epidemic in China, SCIREA Journal of Sociology. Vol. 4 , No. 1 , 2020 , pp. 1 - 14 .

References

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