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Children's Rights in Scotland 3rd ed isbn 9780414015906

Children's Rights in Scotland 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780414013490
ISBN: 0414013492
New Edition ISBN: 9780414015906
Published: October 2001
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Children's rights is a concept which has finally become an accepted part of the legal landscape. How Scottish law approaches issues involving children is of increasing importance for lawyers and those working with children.

This book addresses the law and practice in Scotland and its significance for children, parents and their legal, and other, advisers. The title analyses child law in the light of international conventions and, in particular, The European Convention on Human Rights and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Scots Law
The history and philosophy of children's rights in Scotland - Scots Law and international conventions - Equal opportunities and children - Name, nationality and identity - Care of children within the family - Child abduction - Child protection - Adoption - The child's voice: How children's views and experiences get into court - Medical treatment - The child's right to education - Employment - The right to a safe environment - Juvenile justice - Enforcing the Human Rights Convention - The child in conflict with the lawsAppendices: - The Convention on the rights of the child. UK reservation and declarations as amended - European Convention on Human Rights.