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Routledge International Handbook of Children's Rights Studies
Routledge International Handbook of Children's Rights Studies
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ISBN No.: 9781138084490
Pages: 452
Year: 201705
Format: Trade Paper
Price: £44.40
Dispatch delay: Dispatched between 7 to 15 days
Status: Available (Forthcoming)

1. Introduction: A critical approach to children's rights, Didier Reynaert, Ellen Desmet, Sara Lembrechts and Wouter Vandenhole  Part 1. Disciplinary perspectives  2. Children's rights from a legal perspective: Children's rights law, Wouter Vandenhole  3.The Convention on the Rights of the Child: Reflections from a historical, social policy and educational perspective, Eugeen Verhellen  4. Children's rights and childhood studies: From living apart together to a happy marriage, Bruno Vanobbergen  5. Children's rights and the sociology of childhood, Berry Mayall  6. Children's rights from a social work perspective: Towards a lifeworld orientation, Didier Reynaert and Rudi Roose  7.


Children's rights from an anthropological perspective: Critiques, resistances and powers, Geraldine Andr  8. Children's rights from a critical geographic perspective, Stuart Aitken  9. Children's rights and gender studies: Gender, intersectionality and the ethics of care, Katrien De Graeve  10. Children's rights and citizenship studies: Re-theorising child citizenship through transdisciplinarity from the local to the global, Richard Mitchell  Part 2. Selected themes at the intersection of the global and the local  11. Children and young people's participation, Kay Tisdall  12. Education and children's rights, Ann Quennerstedt  13. Health and children's rights, Ursulla Kilkelly   14.


Juvenile justice from a children's rights perspective, Ton Liefaard  15. The human rights of children in the context of formal alternative care, Nigel Cantwell   16. Violence against children, Gertrud Lenzer  17. Female genital mutilation in Europe from a children's rights perspective, Els Leye and Annemarie Middelburg  18. Child labour, working children and children's rights, Karl Hanson, Diana Volonakis and Mohammed Al-Rozzi  19. The human rights of children in the context of international migration, Pablo Ceriani Cernadas  20. Child poverty in the context of global social development, Francine Mestrum  21. Indigenous children's rights: Opportunities in appropriation and transformation, Natasha Blanchet-Cohen  22.


Natural resource exploitation and children's rights, Ellen Desmet and Jos Aylwin  23. Conclusions: Towards a field of critical children's rights studies, Ellen Desmet, Sara Lembrechts, Didier Reynaert and Wouter Vandenhole.


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