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dc.creatorLa Manna, Mariangela-
dc.description.abstractThis short comment addresses the recent communication submittedto the CRC Committee by a small group of young activists against climate change. The communication tackles the conduct of 5 States in particular (Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, and Turkey), accused not only of having failed to prevent the negative pitfalls of climate change via the adoption and implementation of short-sighted policies on carbon emission and fossil fuels, but also of having made things worse, by perpetuating said conduct, hence violating the respondents' right to life and health, as well as the obligation to prioritize the best intersts of the child and to protect indigenuous groups' young members' rights, obligations provided for under the 1989 UN Convention on the rights of the child.en
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dc.publisherIl mulinoit
dc.relation.ispartofDiritti umani e diritto internazionaleit
dc.titleCambiamento climatico e diritti umani delle generazioni presenti e future: Greta Thunberg (e altri) dinanzi al Comitato sui diritti del fanciulloit
dc.typeArticolo in rivista italiana referenziatait
dc.subject.keywordsClimate changeen
dc.subject.keywordsHuman rightsen
dc.subject.keywordsConvention on the rights of the childen
dc.subject.keywordsIntergenerational equityen
dc.subject.keywordsBest interests of the childen
dc.subject.keywordsInternational cooperationen
dc.identifier.bibliographiccitationLa Manna Mariangela (2020), Cambiamento climatico e diritti umani delle generazioni presenti e future: Greta Thunberg (e altri) dinanzi al Comitato sui diritti del fanciullo. In: Diritti umani e diritto internazionale, vol. 14, n. 1, gennaio-aprile 2020, p. 217-224. ISSN 1971-7105. ISBN
dc.type.refereedscientific committeeen
dc.relation.issue1, gennaio-aprile 2020it
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