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The United States and Somalia are the two nations that never ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child, according a second AP story. News service writes news service writes: ‘The Clinton administration signed the convention but never submitted to the Senate for ratification because of opposition from groups Taliban, it violates the rights of parents and was not arguing with the state and local laws. ‘Veneman said that President Barack Obama and U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice have ‘ a strong desire expressed the U.S. To move towards the approval of the Agreement, ‘. By AP (Lederer[2].

This information was from globalhealth.org vigorously kind permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation you can view the entire Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report search the archives and sign up for email delivery at Global Health published a special edition of the annual UNICEF State of the World’s Children report, 20 years after the UN Convention on the rights of the Child that ‘die fewer young people and more go to school – but an estimated 1 billion still lack services essential to their survival and development, ‘the Associated Press reports the AP writes.The time is further a retrospective review to events to ensure ensure that all relevant factors have been identified that the teachings was and see if further improvements are necessary.

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