By International and National Agencies, Academics and NGOs

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child laid a strong foundation for a series of further international commitments on children's environmental health matters. Additional international commitments have been signed concerning the broad issues of children's environmental health as well as targetting specific issues such as lead pollution. National governments, particularly in the United States have made similar overarching policy commitments to the protection of children from environmental threats. Alliances of non-governmental organizations have drawn up similar declarations

The following list of resources contain links to these international and national policy declarations, agreements and guidelines.

  1. October 2013
    Web page
  2. 2013
  3. May 2010
    Guiding principles
  4. February 2010
    Web page
  5. June 30, 2009
  6. 2006
    Brochure, Guiding principles
  7. June 2006
    Position Paper
  8. October 2005
    Brochure
  9. June 2004
    Web page, Position Paper
  10. May 2004
    Position Paper, Commentary
  11. June 2002
    Report
  12. September 2001
    Guiding principles
  13. 2001
    Government Policy
  14. June 13, 2000
    Policy Paper
  15. May 1997
    Guiding principles
  16. April 23, 1997
    Government Policy
  17. February 19, 1996
    Government Policy
  18. 1992
    Government Policy, Guiding principles
  19. Guiding principles
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