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A child’s right to enjoy benefits of scientific progress and its applications

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The right to enjoy benefits of scientific progress and its applications (REBSPA) is under debate. The efforts of a U.N. Expert, the U.N. CESCR, an AAAS coalition, and scholars have shed light on and raised awareness of this right. Deserving more attention is children’s REBSPA. Young people stand to gain significantly from REBSPA, yet little is known about how this right may impact children’s interests. This article examines young people’s REBSPA in the context of international agreements and research on this right. Indicators reveal differences in this children’s right across and within countries, suggesting research is needed to explore young people’s experiences with REBSPA.

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