The Oxford Handbook of Children's Rights Law (inbunden)
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King, Shani M.
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The Oxford Handbook of Children's Rights Law (inbunden)

The Oxford Handbook of Children's Rights Law

Inbunden Engelska, 2020-06-22
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This book is a foundational interdisciplinary volume on children's rights that is relevant to scholars, practitioners, and students with an interest in children's rights, human rights, family law, and related topics. With contributions from leading experts in the field of children's rights, this book provides both in-depth analysis of children's rights as a discipline, and maps the critical issues for advancing children's rights today and in the future.
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Jonathan Todres is Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law at Georgia State University College of Law. Shani M. King is Professor of Law and the Director of the Center on Children and Families at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.


Preface - Martha Minow Introduction - Jonathan Todres and Shani M. King I. Historical and Theoretical Framework Chapter 1. Images Toward the Emancipation of Children in Modern Western Culture - Gertrud Lenzer Chapter 2. The Evolution of the Children's Rights Movement - Jo Becker Chapter 3. Taking Children's Human Rights Seriously - Michael Freeman Chapter 4. The Interrelated and Interdependent Nature of Children's Rights - Savitri Goonesekere II. Perspectives and Methods Chapter 5. A Child-centered Approach to Children's Rights Law: Living Rights and Translations - Karl Hanson and Olga Nieuwenhuys Chapter 6. A Socio-Ecological Model of Children's Rights - Tali Gal Chapter 7. Critical Race Theory and Children's Rights - Natsu Taylor Saito and Akilah J. Kinnison Chapter 8. Feminist Legal Theory and Children's Rights - Meredith Johnson Harbach Chapter 9. Intersectionality and Children's Rights - Jessica Dixon Weaver III. Substantive Legal Areas Chapter 10. The Best Interests of the Child - Wouter Vandenhole and Gamze Erdem Turkelli Chapter 11. Citizenship and Rights of Children - David B. Thronson Chapter 12. The Child's Right to Family - Barbara Bennett Woodhouse Chapter 13. Child Participation - Jaap Doek Chapter 14. Juvenile Justice - Ton Liefaard Chapter 15. Placing Children's Freedom from Violence at the Heart of the Policy Agenda - Marta Santos Pais Chapter 16. Continuing Dilemmas of International Adoption - Twila L. Perry Chapter 17. Economic and Labor Rights of Children - Manfred Liebel Chapter 18. The Health Rights of Children - Ursula Kilkelly Chapter 19. Revisiting the three 'R's in order to realize children's education rights: Relationships, Resources and Redress - Laura Lundy and Amy Brown Chapter 20. Poverty and Children's Rights - Aoife Nolan Chapter 21. Situating the Rights vs. Culture Binary within the Context of Colonial History in Sub-Saharan Africa- Afua Twum-Danso Imoh Chapter 22. Climate Change & Children's Rights - Christine Bakker V. Selected Individual and Institutional Actors Chapter 23. Taking Part, Joining In, and Being Heard? Ethnographic Explorations of Children's Participation - Perpetua Kirby and Rebecca Webb Chapter 24. National Human Rights Institutions for Children - Gerison Lansdown Chapter 25. Examining the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child through the Lens of Caste- and Descent-based Discrimination - Philip E. Veerman VI. Selected Populations Chapter 26. Embracing Our LGBTQ Youth: A Child Rights Paradigm - Berta Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol Chapter 27. Indigenous Children - Addie C. Rolnick Chapter 28. Children with Disabilities: Achievements, Prospects, and Challenges Ahead - Maya Sabatello and Mary Frances Layden Chapter 29. Independent Children - Julia Sloth Nielsen and Katrien Klep Chapter 30. Trafficked Children - Mike Dottridge Chapter 31. Children in Armed Conflict - Mark Drumbl Chapter 32. Working Towards Recognition of the Rights of Migrant and Refugee Children - Sarah Paoletti VII. Conclusion Chapter 33. Human Rights Education: Educating about Children's Rights - R. Brian Howe and Katherine Covell Chapter 34. Children's Rights in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities - Jonathan Todres and Shani M. King