TeenageMoms A comparison of two countries on the effectuation of their social and survival rights Anita Verkaaik Ineke Uitterhoeve Jisca Plomp Nyohmi van der Biezen Sanne Verbaan
Approximately how many US teenagers get pregnant every year? a. 1.000.000 b. 750.000 c. 500.000
There is a difference in the choices the pregnant teens in the Netherlands and the USA make about their pregnancy, concerning abortion, adoption and keeping the baby. How many percent of the Dutch pregnancies are not carried out, either by abortion or miscarriage? a. 20 percent b. 40 percent c. 60 percent
Whatare survival rights? a. Rights that concern your primary needs, such as life, safety, food, water, shelter and health. b. The right to go out into the wilderness and try to survive on your own. c. The rights that are implemented when a crisis situation occurs, such as war or natural disasters.
What is the first thing that pops to mind when you see a 16 year old mother with her baby?
Introduction • Teenagemoms • Humanrights • Mainquestion • Sebsequentquestions
Content presentation • Humanrights • Survival rights • Socialrights • Conclusion • Questions
HumanRights • European convention versus American organization of State • ECHR • IACHR
Survival rights • Life and safety • Basic living standard • Health
Socialrights • Housing • Education
Conclusion Quality and quantity of research data Availability and accessibility of facilities Availability of knowledge about HR The right to education The right to housing The right to a basic living standard Difference in support
Recommendations • Environment • SocialWork • Space to set up a community