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The Joint Committee is conducting an inquiry into children's rights. Areas of particular interest to the Committee include: children in detention; the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; discrimination against children on the grounds of age or disability; asylum seeking children; child trafficking victims; discrimination against children in education; child poverty; criminalisation of children; and participation of children in the armed forces.
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