This Italian article is describing a law proposition made by an Italian politician who would like to impose to individuals which don't reach the age of 16 years a non-vegan diet, punishing with jail the parents that disobey.
It's an initiative from some years ago, that did not encounter consensus and led to nothing but buzz. But the aspect of someone being imposed by the law of the majority a life-style that is not suiting his person is quite a frightening idea.
Is there any tool in international right that recognizes the freedom of individuals, of their family, of their offspring to make deliberate dietary choices?
By extension, would this right be powerful enough to enforce, wherever applied, the obligation for a libertarian country to provide a vegan dietary option in schools, hospitals, prisons?