• Financial Rights of the Children in UNCRC 1989 and Islamic Law. A Comparative Analytical Study

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(Usman Rafiq is a Teaching / Research Associate (Islamic Law) in the Department of Shariah, Faculty of Shariah & Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad. He obtained his law degree (B.A., LL.B.(Hons) Shariah & Law) in 2007. In 2010, he obtained the LL.M. (Islamic Commercial Law) degree from the same university.)


Children are weak unit of society. They face violations of their rights every moment. Recognizing all the rights of children, this book provides financial look of their rights. It is because provision of their rights mostly needs expenses or because most of the violations of their rights directly or indirectly results into financial gain for others. Children are protected by Islamic Law and United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 (CRC). Both of them are to solve financial problems of children and to control their violations in their own ways. This book is a comparison between the Islamic Law and CRC regarding financial rights of the children. It analyzes / finds out the measures taken by both for the protection of their rights and reasons for the failure, if any. At the end, the book is concluded with recommendations for the betterment of children's position in the world. The book is to help the international organizations, human rights activists, non-government organizations, policy makers, lawyers, judges, journalists and scholars to make proper policies, measurements and legislations for the protection of rights of the children.

MATERIAS: Children's Financial Rights, Islamic Laws, UNCRC 1989, Human rights, Children’s Rights, Financial transmission