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Parental Guidance, State Responsibility and Evolving Capacities: Article 5 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

Edited by: Claire Fenton-Glynn, Brian Sloan

ISBN13: 9789004446861
Published: October 2021
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £101.00



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This book arises out of a CRC Implementation Project colloquium on Article 5 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Article 5 protects the responsibilities, rights and duties of parents or others to provide, in a manner consistent with the evolving capacities of the child, appropriate direction and guidance in the exercise by the child of his/her rights. In this interdisciplinary collection, leading international scholars address the interplay of parental guidance, state responsibility and child autonomy within a wide range of fields, from gender identity to criminal justice. The chapters provide fascinating insights into the vital but enigmatic role of Article 5.

Subjects:
Children
Contents:
Introduction
Brian Sloan and Claire Fenton-Glynn
Part 1: Decoding Article 5
1The Enigma of Article 5 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Central or Peripheral?
Elaine E. Sutherland
2The Scope and Limitations of the Concept of Evolving Capacities within the crc
Gerison Lansdown
3Assessing Children's Capacity
Reconceptualising Our Understanding through the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Aoife Daly
Part 2: Article 5 and Domestic Legal Systems
4'Evolving Capacities' and 'Parental Guidance' in the Context of Youth Justice
Testing the Application of Article 5 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Ursula Kilkelly
5Parental Guidance in Support of Children's Participation Rights
The Interplay Between Arts 5 and 12 in the Family Justice System
Nicola Taylor
Part 3: Parental Responsibility and Evolving Capacities
6Do Parents Know Best?
John Eekelaar
7From Reasonable to Unreasonable
Corporal Punishment in the Home
Trynie Boezaart
8Parental Responsibilities and Rights during the "Gender Reassignment" Decision-Making Process of Intersex Infants
Guidance in Terms of Article 5 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Lize Mills and Sabrina Thompson
Part 4: The Impact of Article 5 in Adoption Proceedings
9Children's Capacities and Role in Matters of Great Significance for Them
An analysis of the Norwegian County Boards' Decision-Making in Cases about Adoption from Care
Amy McEwan-Strand and Marit Skivenes
10Children's Views, Best Interests and Evolving Capacities in Consenting to Their Own Adoption
A Study of nsw Supreme Court Judgements for Adoptions from Care
Judy Cashmore, Amy Conley Wright and Sarah Hoff
11Article 5 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Involvement of Fathers in Adoption Proceedings: A Comparative Analysis
Brian Sloan
Part 5: Case Studies on the Application of Article 5
12Article 5: The Role of Parents in the Proxy Informed Consent Process in Medical Research involving Children
Sheila Varadan
13Scotland's Named Person Scheme
A Case Study of Article 5 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in Practice
Gillian Black
14New Zealand Case Studies to Test the Meaning and Use of Article 5 of the 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Mark Henaghan
Index