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Children's Rights and Traditional Values

Edited by: Gillian Douglas

ISBN13: 9781855219564
ISBN: 1855219565
Published: May 1998
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00

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This is a collection of essays which focus on subjects such as: the rights of children, cultural diversity and private international law; children's rights in Islamic law; children's rights in Israel and Palestine; and traditional values in English youth justice in the 1990s.

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You have to start somewhere, Michael King; children's rights - balancing traditional values and cultural plurality, Geraldine Van Bueren; children's rights, cultural diversity and private international Law, William Duncan; the interpretation of the concept ""the best interest of the child"" in Israel, Yehiel Kaplan; a note on children's rights in Islamic Law, His Honour Judge David Pearl; ""honour thy father and they mother"" - children's rights and children's duties, Andrew Bainham; rights and autonomy or the best interest of the child? Ze'ev Falk; multiculturalism, parental choice and traditional values - a comment on religious education in Israel, Stephen Goldstein; child-parent-state - the absence of community in the courts' approach to education, Leora Bilsky; tradition and the right to education - the case of the ultraorthodox community in Israel, Leslie Sebba, Varda Shiffer; a child's right to privacy or open justice? James Michael; who is the father? access to information on genetic identity, Katherine O'Donovan; crimes of war, culture, and children's rights - the case of female Palestinian detainees under Israel military occupation, Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian; protection for whom and from what? protection proceedings and the voice of the child at risk, Ya'ir Ronen; the child's right to make mistakes - criminal responsibility and the immature minor, Gillian Douglas; traditional values, children's rights and social justice - English youth justice in the 1990s, Wayne Morrison. Afterword: choosing rights for children, David Nelken.