페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-09 18:39 조회10회 댓글0건
ure young people live safe, healthy, protected and fulfilling lives.Under the plan, revision of the country's civil law will be pushed forward so physical punishment will not be included in disciplinary actions that parents can take against 롤대리 children, according to the Ministry of Health and Welfare. At present, South Korea is one of the few countries that give parents and legal guardians such rights for the purpose of protecting and educating children. There are 54 countries around the world that outright ban use of 롤대리 corporal punishment on children.The current law, passed in 1960, has not been revised amid growing calls from such organizations as the United Nations child rights committee to halt such practices.The ministry also said that hospitals and clinics will be required to report the 롤대리 birth of newborn babies so as to prevent them from being abandoned and mistreated.In the past, reporting the birth of a child was left to the responsibility of parents. The ministry said some 500 billion won (US$420 million) will be earmarked in the next five years to update the environment of schools so youngsters can play safely.In regard to health, Seoul will set up a check-up service for young people, with mobile devices used to monitor kids exposed to risks. Such tools can be used to monitor the growth of kids and to see if they are getting plenty of exercise, play time and receive the right kind of food, according to the ministry.The government also plans to take steps to reflect the views of children in the formulating of policies and to create a society where their viSouth Korea's presidential office Cheong Wa Dae has found the diplomat suspected of leaking the phone talks between
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