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  1. Constitutionalisation of Children's Rights

    Publication date: December 31, 2020

    This book looks at the domestication of children’s rights through the means of constitutionalisation. Constitutionalised, children’s rights become an important frame of reference for the formulation and implementation of legislation and strengthen children’s standing before the courts. However, many leading constitutional developments remain inaccessible due to language barriers. This book is a first effort to make developments and case law mo...
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    €89.-

  2. This book presents a rich and detailed analysis of the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. It combines individual contributions that address the experience of legal incorporation in countries around the world, written by individual country experts, with comparative analysis of the international landscape from the world’s leading authorities on children’s rights incorporation.
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    €69.-

  3. This book presents an original and timely fundamental rethinking of the regulatory framework of commercial communication from a children’s rights perspective. Offering a carefully considered, well-documented overview and in-depth evaluation of several legislative frameworks, policy documents, self- and co-regulatory initiatives and literature from a variety of disciplines, it works towards the development of children’s rights-inspired recommen...
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    €70.-

  4. Millions of children are on the move worldwide. Children are fleeing conflicts and wars. They move with or without their parents to attain a better future. This book reflects the growing concern for children and children’s rights in immigration in academia and practice and shows the diversity of issues related to immigration and children, including family reunification, detention, participation, human trafficking and the rights of siblings in ...
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    €75.-

  5. This book offers an analysis of the existing normative framework regulating the right to reparation for child victims of armed conflict. The study questions whether the current framework is sufficiently developed to provide child victims with adequate, effective and prompt reparations.
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    €65.-

  6. In a political climate that holds limited promise for addressing the issue of child recruitment, Child Soldiers and Transitional Justice: Protecting the Rights of Children Involved in Armed Conflicts challenges the trend towards a narrow focus on recruitment and use of the child, and seeks to contribute to more effective prevention and responses that offer the child a chance of recovery, reconciliation and reintegration.
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    €70.-

  7. This second volume contains the results of the empirical research conducted in the five Member States consisting of focus group interviews and observations of recorded interrogations. These country reports are followed by an integrated analysis and a set of guidelines.
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    €80.-

  8. Although recent family law debates have been predominantly paedo-centric, the founding of “bio-medically assisted families” still focuses on the individual parents’ rights to reproduce. By introducing donations, the donor’s genetic contribution becomes instrumental and the legal attribution of parenthood negotiated through expressed intentions. This book provokes the curious mind and clarifies concepts, studies the rationale behind the legal c...
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    €90.-
  9. The Child in ICC Proceedings

    Publication date: September 3, 2015

    This study examines the procedural implications of child participation in the proceedings before the International Criminal Court
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    €65.-

  10. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and its core legal texts from a children’s rights perspective. It examines the ICC provisions and its case law, evaluating whether these meet international children’s rights standards.
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    €65.-
 
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