Advocating for children : international perspectives on children's rights / edited by Anne B. Smith ... [et al.].
Dunedin, N.Z. : University of Otago Press, 2000.|
223 p. ; 23 cm.|
Children's rights -- Congresses.|
Children (International law) -- Congresses.
Children -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Congresses.
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Table of Contents:
- About the authors
- Introduction: Children's rights: An overview
- 1.. Trauma and children's rights
- 2.. Children with disabilities: Equal rights or different rights?
- 3.. Children's rights education: Implementing Article 42
- 4.. Children's rights in the ecology of human development
- 5.. Juducial and legislative conceptions of childhood and children's voices in family law
- 6.. Assessing the impact of the economic reforms on Maori tamariki and rangatahi
- 7.. The rights of the Samoan child
- 8.. Victims of tokenism and hypocrisy: New Zealand's failure to implement the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
- 9.. The sociology of childhood: Children's autonomy and participation rights
- 10.. Parents and children: Legal reform to facilitate children's particiaption
- 11.. Children's democratic rights: Are we ready? What we can learn from young workers
- 12.. Urban children and families in distress: Global trends and concerns
- 13.. Children's rights and early childhood education: The rights of babies and young children
- 14.. Consent in child health: Upholding the participation rights of children and young people
- 15.. Summary: Where do we go next?