Children’s rights to media not protected: Study

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The country’s existent media policies do not strengthen children’s rights to media due to a deficiency of specific supplies ensuring children’s appearance in media as well as their right to information, says a study.

Though a supervision is thankful to strengthen children’s right to leisure of countenance according to general convention, it, to one side in isolation air wave channels as well as air wave stations, give reduction significance to children’s programmes as well as associated news.

Moreover, a benefaction laws as well as policies in a republic do not strengthen children’s remoteness as well as dignity, pronounced a study.

The commentary were suggested during a “Roundtable upon Broadcast Policy as well as Child Rights in Bangladesh”, organized by Nari Moitree as well as Save a Children during Dhaka Reporters Unity in a city upon Thursday.

Shameem Reza, join forces with highbrow of a Department of Mass Communication as well as Journalism of Dhaka University, conducted a investigate with benefit from Save a Children.

Speaking during a programme, Shameem said, “There have been around fifty report polices, laws as well as regulations for a country’s media.

“But nothing of these media conjunction has specific supplies for children’s appearance in a programmes nor feels a requisite to keep specific time slots for children’s programmes.”

The investigate placed a little recommendations that embody incorporating supplies for active appearance of young kids in media.

Speaking as a arch guest, lawmaker Air Vice Marshal (retd) Mohammed Rafiqul Islam positive to place a emanate in parliament.

Shamsul Alam, emissary senior manager of Child Rights Governance (CRG) of Save a Children, moderated a programme where Birgit Lundbak, senior manager of CRG of Save a Children, as well as Shaheen Akter, senior manager executive of Nari Moitree, spoke.

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