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PATINO MANFFER, Ruperto. State Constitutional Law and International Human Rights: The Specific Case of Street Children. Rev. IUS [online]. 2011, vol.5, n.28, pp.187-203. ISSN 1870-2147.

The paradigm of the Constitutional State has conducted the Mexican state to make the Catalogue of human right wider and more productive in different factors of international law, thanks to the new constitutional reform specialist in human right's subject however, the situation in which homeless children live and the circumstances that do not let them to act and make their rights be recognized have been ignored, as a result, these vulnerable factors will carry on for so long.

Keywords : Children's rights; Convention on the Rights of the Child; Homeless Children; Children wondering through streets.

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