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February 20, 2020News Release

Children's rights: The reform of the health system has not lived up to its promises

From the perspective of children's rights, the reform of the health and social services network has not achieved its objectives, particularly that of promoting and simplifying access to services, according to an analysis of the Commission. The situation of the most vulnerable children has not improved, and, in some cases, has even deteriorated concludes the Commission in a report tabled today at the National Assembly.​

Montréal, February 20 2020 – From the perspective of children's rights, the reform of the health and social services network has not achieved its objectives, particularly that of promoting and simplifying access to services, according to an analysis of the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse. The situation of the most vulnerable children has not improved, and, in some cases, has even deteriorated concludes the Commission in a report tabled today at the National Assembly.

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