International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 10, Part B (2016)
Crimes against children: A north - eastern perspective
The crime against children has emerged as a critical problem of all over the world. It receives uttermost priorities in all the countries - whether developed or developing. In India, it has been central and fulcrum to the national policy agenda for human rights for the last three decades. However, the problem has aggravated after more than six decades of planned economic development. Therefore, on the basis of secondary source of information, this exercise recapitulates the issue of crimes against children in North-East region of India in a holistic way. After in-depth analysis of statistical data, the ﬁndings revealed that the whole discourse of crimes against children has emerged as one of the significant challenges of the new millennium. The findings also suggest that it is essentially the need of the hour to evolve a new mechanism to address the crimes committed against children.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Upen Konch. Crimes against children: A north - eastern perspective. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(10):104-111.