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Participation in Decision-Making and Law-Making

Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child: Lithuania, 17 March 2006 [CRC]

Document CRC/C/LTU/CO/2

22. The Committee welcomes efforts made by the State party to establish relationships between the Government and civil society and increase mutual cooperation. However, the Committee remains concerned at insufficient efforts made by the State party to involve and support civil society in the implementation of the Convention.

23. The Committee emphasizes the important role that civil society plays as a partner in implementing the provisions of the Convention and encourages closer cooperation with NGOs. In particular, the Committee recommends that the State party involve NGOs and other sectors of civil society working with and for children more systematically throughout all stages of the implementation of the Convention.

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