LEGAL PROTECTION OF STREET CHILDREN IN BANGLADESH: WITH REFERENCES TO INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL LAWS
The existence of street children in Bangladesh is a social miracle and it is difficult to survive for them. Today, the perception of street children has become a wonder, which has caused enough pressure in Bangladesh. Through the coordinated perception on the street, the lives of street children have been shown, such as being a polisher, a tramp, a singer on the highway, selling wafers, selling plastic bags, and even begging money. No one would deny the fact that street children are the most neglected group of children in Bangladesh. Sometimes, street childrens are dull, abandoned, tortured, and even killed. They spoil and die due economic crisis and poor country. If this problem is continued, violation of human rights will be increased in future. However, the aim of this paper is to protect the children to overcome the current situation of street children in Bangladesh. Qualitative research based on secondary data collection has been done. Furthermore, this paper shows how street children are deprived of their rights and provides legal explanation of international and national laws including recommendations to protect street children in Bangladesh.
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