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Reformulating the law and policy on corporal punishment in the Philippine home
Rommel M. Salvador
Written in English
Corporal punishment has been a sensitive issue in the fight for human rights of children. Since it is a widely accepted practice, the issue of eliminating all its forms has either been downplayed or removed outright from the agenda of human rights protection. The issue of corporal punishment inflicted on children by their parents (or those standing in the place of the parent) has not received as much attention compared to corporal punishment in schools and judicial corporal punishment. This study seeks to re-examine current social and legal policies that allow corporal punishment of children in the homes, with a particular focus on the Philippines. The study argues that any form of hitting causes harm to the child, even if it does not rise to the level of child abuse as traditionally conceived and that corporal punishment breaches fundamental rights to respect for human dignity and physical integrity.
|Other titles||Taking a rights-based approach.|
|Statement||by Rommel M. Salvador.|
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Constitutional law, which is under political law, is based on critical liberal philosophies enunciated in Article II (Declaration of Principles and State Policies) of the Philippine Constitution. Understanding the philosophical foundations of political law is necessary to tie up its numerous details. South Africa has a number of laws that protect learners from corporal punishment and abuse. Here are various ways learners ought to be disciplined in schools, and corporal punishment is not one of.
Physical or corporal punishment by a parent or other legal guardian is any act causing deliberate physical pain or discomfort to a minor child in response to some undesired behavior. It typically takes the form of spanking or slapping the child with an open hand or striking with an implement such as a belt, slipper, cane, hairbrush or paddle, hanger, and can also include . This book will suit any class in which the teacher wants to encourage open, free-for-all discussion. Adopted widely in courses on punishment, corrections, and administration of criminal justice. For those fed up with the current mode of correctional treatment of criminals, this book Cited by:
Against this background, this book discusses and compares the characteristics of corporal punishment of children as laid down in international documents, such as the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading. 3 Responses to Corporal punishment law rapped Jongwe Rachembera February 2, at am # Wrong move, you only need to look at so called developed countries where they did away with corporal punishment in schools and the very bad behaviour of children in their societies. 30yrs on and there is debate in these countries, UK, USA, Australia.
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A study on corporal punishment in the Philippines conducted by Save the Children United Kingdom in reveals that punishment is most commonly experienced by children inside the home (85%) and that the most common type of punishment is spanking (65%).
Sanapo and Nakamura (, 53) recommend that physical punishment in the home should be clearly defined in Philippine law ‘so parents can be guided accordingly’. These authors also draw attention to the dangers of physical punishment escalating into physical abuse and the need for parents to be educated about other more appropriate Cited by: 5.
Law, debate needed to end corporal punishment in PH homes. Despite the global movement to end all corporal punishment of children, the Philippines.
Sanapo and Nakamura found that physical punishment is a common practice in the Philippines with per cent of grade‐six participants receiving physical punishment at home.
They suggest that high rates of physical punishment in the household are related to Philippine law that allows for parents to physically punish their by: 6. Philippine Laws Related to the Discipline and Punishment of Children. When the rape is attempted and a homicide is committed by reason or on occasion thereof, the penalty shall be reclusion perpetuato death.
When by reason or on the occasion of the rape, homicide is committed, the penalty shall be death. PROHIBITION OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT – needed and challenging, but possible. 6 4. Child´s right to dignity and physical integrity is equal to the right of any (adult) person, so we cannot justify its violations based on tradition, culture, religion or File Size: KB.
Corporal Punishment and the Legal System Leonard P. Edwards Corporal punishment is the intentional infliction of phys-ical force by a parent or parent figure upon a child with the While each policy is legiti-mate, each carries with it serious social consequences.
ManyCited by: 4. In Decemberthe Congress approved House Bill or the Positive and Nonviolent Discipline of Children Act, which promotes non-violent forms of discipline and outlaws all corporal. Corporal punishment, he said, include inflicting physical harm and verbal abuse. DePEd procedures on complaints The DepEd has created a school grievance committee in public schools to deal with.
punishment.3 Subsequent decisions during the s and early s condemned school corporal punishment, first in state schools and later in private schools in the UK.4 2 UNCRC Committee, General Comment n°8 on the right of the child to protection from corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading forms of punishment, CRC/C/GC/8, 2 June "(e) " Corporal Punishment" refers 0 the infliction of physical or mental violence or blows upon a child as a form of punishment or chastisement including public humiliation, verbal abuse, and.
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Stewart Ferreira, Lydia. A law was made in order to change this kind of terrorism to students because our country saw that it has a bad effect making the government disagrees in having a corporal punishment in school. In fact, one recent study found that in states where corporal punishment is frequently used, schools have performed worse academically than those in.
CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA Prior tocorporal punishment was frequently relied on to ensure discipline in South African schools.
It became acknowledged as an essential part of the schooling system. The predominant Christian National Education policy affirmed the role of the teachers as disciplinarians.
Generally, corporal punishment wasFile Size: 1MB. THE PERCEPTIONS OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS IN BOTSWANA TOWARDS THE ABOLISHMENT OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT Dr. VC Ngwenya, Mophato Private School, P O BoxFrancistown, Botswana.
ABSTRACT This research investigated the perceptions of parents and teachers towards the abolition of corporal punishment (CP) in three Primary File Size: KB. In addition, the new law of Republic Actwhich further enhances the protection of children against abuses, reiterates that a form of corporal punishment is already tantamount to child abuse.
Worldwide children are exposed to corporal punishment in home and at school. 1, 2 The situation in India is no better than the rest of the world.
End Corporal Punishment 1. PEOPLE COUNT P L C P D P O L I C Y B R I E F Parenting without punishing A Policy Brief on the Proposed Anti-Corporal Punishment Law By Carlos O.
Tulali Introduction Corporal punishment is often defended in the and disapproval, and punishment involving physical name of tradition and, at times, even in the name pain, as in corporal punishment. Based on the data provided by the Department of Education (DepEd), 2 of the 10 cases of violence among schools which they have received speaks about corporal punishment or the use of violence to discipline a child.
While 80% is related to bullying. THE ARCHIVE. News items about corporal punishment, classified by country, type and month. Philippine Maid Gets Symbolic Lashes Old punishment book analysed.
Tories back Shephard over caning Politicians endorse view that CP can be useful deterrent. Parents, communities and governments around the world are recognizing children’s rights to protection from physical punishment and to discipline that respects their dignity.
Increasingly, parents are being advised to use “positive discipline”. But parents. The average class size across Philippine regionsranges from 33 to 50 students per class• Only 3 out of every 10 Filipino children has earlychildhood education, formal or non-formal. 7. Filipino children and health:• 22% of children under the age of five areunderweight• There is a lack of knowledge about HIV withonly 21% of the population.DepEd Order No.
40, s. The Department of Education promotes a zero-tolerance policy for any act of abuse, exploitation, violence, discrimination, bullying, and other forms of abuse.