The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the child was set up in 1945 with 51 member countries. Today there are 192 member states. It was set up with several aims that would benefit young children. The aims of the Convention are to set standards for the defense of young children against neglects and abuses that they face in countries all over the world every day. It has been constituted  considering the different cultural, political and material realities among all the different countries. The most important factor to consider is for the best interest of the child.