Monday, May 15, 2017

The Netherlands is Down to 15th Place in the World Children’s Rights Index

The Netherlands is now in the 15th place in the latest International League Table.  This Table was established by the KidsRights Foundation at Rotterdam Erasmus University.  The study lists 165 countries on how they adhere to international standards for children’s rights.  Two years ago the Netherlands was in 2nd place.  Now it is behind countries such as Thailand, Tunisia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

2 comments:

flower delivery pakistan said...

That is really bad news, Netherland government need to take some serious steps in order to get its position back to be on top 10. Thanks for sharing the news with us

Watersports said...

Really sad to hear this news that Netherland has lost their place in the world Children’s Rights index, although they are taking the stance to regain their position