The dictionary of the rights of the child

The dictionary of the rights of the child

580 terms and their definitions, from “abandon” to “zoom”, have been elaborated to enable the reader to discover and understand children’s rights, including the right to protection and respect, and their individual rights and responsibilities.
Subject areas covered include: education, the family, health, privacy, environmental health, migration, sustainable development, equality, non-discrimination, justice and peace.
This comprehensive book goes beyond simply defining the rights of the child, by proposing contexts for further reflection. For example, with regards to the paragraph on sexual abuse, the author explains the different forms of abuse, and in addition discusses some of the protections and preventative measures the legal system and the state must implement in order to prevent these abuses.


Age: All ages

Pages : 300

Size: 15 x 21 cm

Rights sold: All rights available

ISBN : 978-2-88908-492-0

Publication: 2019

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