International Children’s Rights
by Sara Dillon
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Available November 2009
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International Children’s Rights provides an exciting and comprehensive look at the main themes, legal and political, affecting international children’s rights today. Designed for use in undergraduate, graduate, and law school settings, it is divided into seven major topics: the role of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, child labor, children in the global sex industry, children without parental care, children and punishment, children and armed conflict, and, finally, children’s rights as interpreted and applied in regional human rights systems.
Sara Dillon has brought together a wide variety of writings so that students will understand the underlying controversies relating to each unit. These include academic articles, United Nations reports, evidence provided by non-governmental organizations, and material from many other sources. Introductory sections and notes and questions frame the readings, and facilitate use of the book as a teaching tool.
The book is accompanied by a CD containing additional cases, treaties, and UN documents.
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