Books in category Law – Child Advocacy

  • International Conventions Affecting Children

    International Conventions Affecting Children
    Jeremy Rosenblatt

    11 Children and War.

  • Little Angels

    Little Angels
    Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter

    Examines issues of child labour & the relevant laws which are designed to protect the most vulnerable in society, exploring the primary role of legislation & the judicial system, its impact on the fight for child rights, & the ultimate goal …

  • A Deadly Game of Tug of War

    A Deadly Game of Tug of War
    Craig Key

    Kelsey was a bubbly ray of sunshine.

  • Human Rights in Children s Literature

    Human Rights in Children’s Literature
    Jonathan Todres, Sarah Higinbotham

    How can children grow to realize their inherent human rights and respect the rights of others? This book explores this question through children's literature from 'Peter Rabbit' to 'Horton Hears a Who!' to Harry Potter.

  • Juvenile Justice in Global Perspective

    Juvenile Justice in Global Perspective
    Franklin E. Zimring, Maximo Langer, David S. Tanenhaus

    This important volume fills a large gap in the study of juvenile justice by providing an unprecedented comparison of criminal justice and juvenile justice systems across the world, looking for points of comparison and policy variance that …

  • Aliena√ √ o Parental

    Alienação Parental
    Grace Andrade Leite

    A Aliena√ß√£o parental √© um fen√īmeno que ganhou corpo de forma mais significante na ordem jur√≠dica brasileira, a partir da d√©cada de 90, iniciando-se na pr√°tica forense, vindo somente √† a ser lei em 2010 com a vig√™ncia da L. 12 …

  • Therapy with Children

    Therapy with Children
    Debbie Daniels, Peter Jenkins

    `Debbie Daniels and Peter Jenkins approach the complex issue of the rights of children to seek and sustain psychotherapy with skill and sensitivity.

  • Child Poverty in the Uk

    Child Poverty in the Uk
    Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions, Great Britain: Department for Education

    Despite some progress, not enough parents were able to move into work and progress in work. Work did not pay as well as it should, and the proportion of poor children who came from working households increased.

  • The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child An Analysis of Treaty Provisions and Implications of U S Ratification

    The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: An Analysis of Treaty Provisions and Implications of U.S. Ratification
    Jonathan Todres, Mark E. Wojcik, Cris Revaz

    This in-depth text goes beyond the rhetoric of the debate on children‚Äôs rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in particular, to provide a detailed examination of the impact that U.S. ratification of the Convention would …

  • The Protection of Children Second Edition

    The Protection of Children (Second Edition)
    Robert Dingwall, John Eekelaar, Topsy Murray

    Famous for coining the much-used (and often misunderstood or misused) phrase "the rule of optimism," this book is updated with an extensive Postscript from 1995 and a new, 2014 Preface that explains the uneven history of the optimism …

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