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  1. This volume attempts to examine the issue of prevention of violence to children in violent political conflicts from a multidisciplinary perspective that includes international law, developmental psychology, education, communications and police science.
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    €45.-

  2. In this book, children's participation rights are reflected on by a Belgian interdisciplinary research network on children’s rights.
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    €54.-

  3. This book evaluates how the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, more than 15 years after its coming into force, has furthered children’s rights, and to explore the challenges we still face in realising these rights.
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    €110.-

  4. Human rights tend to focus on the relationship between individual and state: the individual is rights-holder, the state is duty-holder. Children’s rights bring a third player much more in the picture, namely parents. In this volume, child-rearing responsibilities are examined in the light of children’s rights and (other) human rights. All contributions focus in particular on the proposal to introduce an upbringing (or parenting) pledge.
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    €29.-

  5. It is estimated that at least one million children are deprived of their liberty worldwide. This book provides a systematic and comprehensive study of the implications of International Human Rights Law and Standards for children deprived of their liberty. It addresses the legal requirements regarding arrest, detention and imprisonment of children set by international and regional human rights treaties, in particular the UN Convention on the Ri...
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    €89.-

  6. This book looks at child poverty and policy experience not only in Africa but also in Asia and industrialised and transition economies. It contains a wealth of information and analysis on the linkages between child rights, child wellbeing and child poverty, the dimensions and state of child poverty and the policy options for tackling it.
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    €65.-

  7. Seeking to address the problem of corporate involvement in grave human rights abuse, i.e. genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, this study explores the desirability and feasibility of subjecting business enterprises to regulation through international criminal law.
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    €69.-

  8. Over the past decade, EU and national policy-makers alike have paid more attention to childhood poverty and children’s rights. Whether this has led to better policies, and whether these policies have in turn resulted in less childhood poverty and more human dignity, remains debatable. A better understanding of both child poverty and children’s rights could help. This book introduces several approaches in the field of child poverty and children...
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    €39.-

  9. This study examines the scope of obligations and responsibility for the fulfilment of children’s social and economic rights under international law. It argues that in addition to the domestic/vertical obligations of states parties to regimes of human rights law, international law on the protection and promotion of the social and economic rights of children as recently interpreted and applied by states parties entrenches binding external/diag...
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    €64.-

  10. Dans le contexte de profondes mutations du droit des mineurs et de la création en France, d’un code de justice pénale des mineurs on peut s’interroger sur l’avenir de la justice des mineurs en tant qu’objet d’étude spécifique mais aussi en tant qu’objet tout court : que recouvre-t-elle ? En Europe, des réformes similaires ont été menées, avec des postulats et des résultats très variés: le présent ouvrage est l’occasion d’en débattre en laissan...
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    €58.-
 
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