This volume is in part intended to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. We are now a generation on from its formulation, and, as this varied collection of articles by leading thinkers in the field reflects, children's rights have come a long way. Yet the aim of this volume is not to look back, but to take stock and look forward. It explores subjects as diverse as socio-economic rights, corporal punishment, language and scientific progress as they relate to children and their rights, and offers new insights and new ideas. Edited by one of the most respected and leading scholars in the field, The Future of Children's Rights constitutes a stimulating and useful resource for academics and practitioners alike.Guggenheim, M., Whata#39;s Wrong with Childrena#39;s Rights (Boston: Harvard University Press, 2005). ... Holt, J., Escape from Childhood: The Needs and Rights of Children (Dutton: Boston, 1974). ... Treseder, P., Empowering Children and Young People Training Manual: Promoting Involvement in DecisionMaking ( Dunfermline: Carnegie UK Trust, 1997). ... Books. Alston, P., a#39;The best interests principle: Towards a reconciliation of culture and human rightsa#39;. In The Best Interests of the Child:anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Future of Children’s Rights|
|Publisher||:||Hotei Publishing - 2014-12-08|