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Children, Rights and the Law

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ISBN13: 9780198257769
ISBN: 0198257767
Published: June 1992
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The adoption in November 1989, by the UN General Assembly, of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child heralded the arrival of a new era in the development of children's rights. As of March 1991, over 75 states have ratified the Convention. Using the Convention as a framework, the contributors to this volume set out to re-evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of issues of children's welfare and well-being through the lens of a human rights approach. The aim is to take a fresh look at these issues and to do so with specific reference to an international treaty.

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Family Law
The rights of the child - as person, as dependant, as juvenile, as future adult, Tom Campbell; children's rights and children's lives, Onora O'Neill; the concept of childhood - from dependency to autonomy, Michael Freeman; the young child in court - can there be rights without a remedy?, Ngaire Naffine; reconciling conflicting rights - the case of ""uncontrollable"" children, John Seymour; child abuse, morality and law, Margaret Coady and Tony Coady; child support - putting rights into practice or policial posturing, Stephen Parker; medical experimentation and children's rights, Sheila McLean; the Convention on the Rights of the Child - a feminist analysis, Frances Olsen; what balance does the Convention strike in reconciling the interests of the child, the family and the State?, John Ekelaar.