evaluate the impact of their reservations to the Convention and the Optional Protocols, with a view to withdrawing them in order to ensure the fullest possible respect for the Convention and the Optional Protocols in all States parties; 3. Requests the States parties to take effective measures to ensure that their obligations arising from the Convention are given effect and comprehensively implemented through policy and legislation within their domestic systems and to review their national legislation with this aim; 4. Calls upon all States parties to systematically assess any proposed law, administrative guidance, policy or budgetary allocation that is likely to have an impact on children and their rights, taking into account the interdependence and indivisibility of the rights of the child and ensuring appropriate enforcement of their obligations under the Convention and the Optional Protocols thereto; 5. Also calls upon all States to ensure that development and evaluation of States policies on children are informed by available, sufficient, reliable and disaggregated data on children, covering the whole period of childhood and all the rights guaranteed in the Convention; 6. Urges all States to develop or renew, as appropriate through a process of consultation, including with children and young people and their representatives, as well as those living and working with them, comprehensive national strategies for children, taking into account the Convention, setting out specific goals, targeted implementation measures and allocation of financial and human resources and including arrangements for monitoring and regular review, and to endorse this strategy at the highest level of government and ensure its comprehensive dissemination, including in child-friendly formats as well as in appropriate languages and forms; 7. Recognizing that the sufficient allocation of resources in public spending, including in primary education and basic health care, is a fundamental condition for the full realization of the rights of the child, calls upon States to make children a priority in their budgetary allocations, make resources allocated to children visible in the State budget through a detailed compilation of resources allocated to them and to take all necessary measures to ensure that children, including in particular marginalized and disadvantaged groups of children, are protected from the adverse effects of financial downturns; 8. Calls on States to take all appropriate measures, including legal reforms and special support measures, to ensure the enjoyment by children of all their human rights and fundamental freedoms without discrimination of any kind; 9. Recalls the United Nations target for international development assistance of 0.7 per cent of gross domestic product and the 20/20 initiative,1 and calls upon all States to ensure that their international development assistance related directly or indirectly to children is rights-based and supports the implementation of the Convention; 1 2 Outcome document of the World Summit for Social Development.