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The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children's Rights

Edited by: Jane Murray, Beth Blue Swadener, Kylie Smith

ISBN13: 9780367142018
Published: November 2019
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £190.00



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Written to commemorate 30 years since the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Rights reflects upon the status of children aged 0–8 years around the world, whether they are respected or neglected, and how we may move forward. With contributions from international experts and emerging authorities on children’s rights, Murray, Blue Swadener and Smith have produced this highly significant textbook on young children’s rights globally.

Containing sections on policy, along with rights to protection, provision and participation for young children, this book combines discussions of children’s rights and early childhood development, and investigates the crucial yet frequently overlooked link between the two. The authors examine how policy, practice and research could be utilised to address the barriers to universal respect for children, to create a safer and more enriching world for them to live and flourish in.

The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Rights is an essential resource for students and academics in early childhood education, social work and paediatrics, as well as for researchers, policymakers, leaders and practitioners involved in the provision of children’s services and paedeatric healthcare, and international organisations with an interest in or ability to influence national or global policies on children’s rights.

Subjects:
Children
Contents:
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Part 1: Policy Affecting Young Children’s Rights
Chapter 1. Introduction: The State of Young Children’s Rights - Jane Murray, Beth Blue Swadener and Kylie Smith
Chapter 2. Implementing the Rights of Young Children: An Assessment of the Impact of General Comment No.
7 on Law and Policy on a Global Scale - Laura Lundy
Chapter 3. Babies’ Rights, When Human Rights Begin - Priscilla Alderson and Tamaki Yoshida
Chapter 4. Understanding Children’s Rights in Early Childhood: Policy and Practice in Australia - Margaret Coady and John Tobin
Chapter 5. Towards Comprehensive and Systematic Children’s Rights Education for Early Childhood Education and Care Students: Experiences from Ireland - Sheila Long
Chapter 6. Satu Desa Satu Paud – One Village, One Centre: Unpacking the Meaning of Children’s Participation within ECE Policy and Provision in Indonesia - Vina Adriany, Hani Yulindrasari and Marek Tesar
Part 2: Young Children’s Rights to Protection
Chapter 7. Introduction: Young Children’s Rights to Protection - Jane Murray
Chapter 8. Rhetoric and Realities: Macro-Policy as an Instrument of Deflection in Meeting the Needs of Young Children Marginalised by SEND - Philip Garner
Chapter 9. Risk and Safety in Western Society - Zoi Nikiforidou
Chapter 10. The (In)Visibility of Infants and Young Children in Child Protection - Eunice Lumsden
Chapter 11. Childcare and Standardisation: Threats to Young Children’s Right to Education - Peter Moss
Chapter 12. Leave No One Behind: Young Children’s Rights to Education - Mercy Musomi
Chapter 13. Young Children’s Rights in ‘Tough’ Times: Towards an Intersectional Children’s Rights Policy Agenda in Greece and Scotland - Kristina Konstantoni and Kyriaki Patsianta
Chapter 14. Achieving Rights for Young Children in Ghana: Enablers and Barriers - Prospera Tedam
Chapter 15. Being a Refugee Child in Lebanon: Implementing Young Children’s Rights in a Digital World through the Blockchain Educational Passport - Cristina Devecchi
Chapter 16. ‘Dad! Cut that Part Out!’ Children’s Rights to Privacy in the Age of ‘Generation Tagged’: Sharenting, Digital Kidnapping and the Child Micro-Celebrity - Emma Nottingham
Chapter 17. Safeguarding the Protection Rights of Children in the Eastern Caribbean - Jane Murray, Shelly-Ann Harper, Lisa McClean-Trotman and Heather Stewart
Chapter 18. Understanding Young Children’s Experiences Growing Up with Domestic Violence from a Children’s Rights Perspective - Vera Lopez
Part 3: Young Children’s Rights to Provision
Chapter 19. Introduction: Young Children’s Provision Rights - Kylie Smith
Chapter 20. Young Children’s Right to Good Nutrition - George Kent
Chapter 21. Learning with and from Colombia: Perspectives on Rights-Based Early Childhood Policies - Mathias Urban, Diana Paola Gómez Muñoz and Germán Camilo Zárate Pinto
Chapter 22. Enabling Children’s Rights in Wales with Early Years Professionals: Policy and Practice - Nicola Welton, Glenda Tinney and Sioned Saer
Chapter 23. Beyond Recognition: Persistent Neglect of Young Traveller Children’s Rights in Ireland - Colette Murray
Chapter 24. Listening and Deciding: Children’s Rights in Paediatric Palliative Care - Luigina Mortari, Ludovica De Panfilis and Luca Ghirotto
Chapter 25. Young Children’s Education and Care Beyond the School Walls: The Right to Adventure, Away - Casey Y. Myers and Rochelle L. Hostler
Chapter 26. Early Childhood Education and Care for Indigenous Children and their Families from Colonised Nations: Working Towards Culturally Meaningful Service Provision - Rebekah Grace, Mere Skerrett. Jenny Ritchie, Margo Greenwood and Michelle Trudgett
Chapter 27. Respectful Educators, Capable Learners: Then and Now - Cathy Nutbrown
Chapter 28. Young Children and their Educational Rights: Critical Perspectives on Policy and Practice in India - Amita Gupta
Chapter 29 Children’s Rights in Hungary in Early Childhood Education and Care - Sándor Pálfi, Erzsébet Rákó, Anikó Varga Nagy and Eleonóra Teszenyi
Chapter 30. Play Maps: Supporting Children’s Provisional Rights to Play in their Local Community - Cat Sewell, Jo Smale and Kylie Smith
Part 4: Young Children’s Rights to Participation
Chapter 31. Introduction: Young Children’s Participation Rights - Beth Blue Swadener
Chapter 32. Towards a More Participatory Fulfilment of Young Children’s Rights in Early Learning Settings: Unpacking Universalist Ideas in India, Scotland and the EU - Caralyn Blaisdell, John M. Davis, Vinnarasan Aruldoss and Lynn McNair
Chapter 33. Immigrant Children’s Life Worlds in the U.S. Borderlands - Angeles Maldonado, Beth Blue Swadener and Casey Khaleesi
Chapter 34. Exploring Global Citizenship with Canadian and Tanzanian Children through Voice and Multimodal Meaning Making - Jodi Streelasky
Chapter 35. Children’s Perspectives on Belonging in Icelandic Preschools - Johanna Einarsdottir and Sara M. Ólafsdóttir
Chapter 36. How to Create an Open Listening Climate: Using the Lundy Model of Chld Participation with Adults - Alison Moore
Chapter 37. What Do Children Expect Out of Research Participation? - Sue Dockett and Bob Perry
Chapter 38. "Otherness" in Research with Infants: Marginality or Potentiality? - Ioanna Palaiologou
Chapter 39. Children as Research Consultants: The Ethics and Rights of No Research About Them Without Consulting with Them - Sonya Gaches and Megan Callagher
Chapter 40. Using the UNCRC as a Frame of References for Ethical Research with Young Children - Aline Cole-Albäck
Chapter 41. Combining Children’s Participation Rights in Research with Professionalisation of Educators and Teachers: Critical Analysis of a Transition Study Design - Petra Büker
Chapter 42. Young Children’s Right to Play during their Transition from Early Childhood Education to Primary School in Chile - Daniela S. Jadue-Roa and Matías Knust
Chapter 43. Epilogue: Imagining Child Rights Futures - Jane Murray, Beth Blue Swadener and Kylie Smith