The Government of Greenland approves historic National Action Plan to comply with UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. For decades it has been documented that many children in Greenland live under very difficult conditions. Greenland has major socioecomic problems, including care neglect and high levels of suicide and substance abuse. And for many years, the political response to children's problematic living conditions has been characterized by fire extinguishing, an often changing political course, inadequate coordination of cooperation between the authorities, and non-involvement of children and adults.
Now, Naalakkersuisut (Greenland Government, ed.) has adopted an Action Plan for implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Read more about it here.