The Routledge international handbook of young children's rights / edited by Jane Murray, Beth Blue Swadener and Kylie Smith.

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Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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Series:Routledge international handbooks
Format: Electronic eBook
Table of Contents:
  • PART 1: Policy affecting young children's rights; 1. Introduction: the state of young children's rights; A short history of children's rights; The nature of rights; The nature of children's rights; Some problems with children's rights; Conclusion; References; 2. Implementing the rights of young children: an assessment of the impact of General Comment No. 7 on law and policy on a global scale; Introduction; The method; Provision; Protection; Participation

  • DiscussionConclusion; References; 3. Babies' rights, when human rights begin; Introduction; Two ways of justifying rights: legal and natural; Protection rights; Provision rights; Participation rights; Conclusion; Notes; References; 4. Understanding children's rights in early childhood: policy and practice in Australia; Introduction; ECE: what is the rights-based approach?; Early childhood and the family: rights, regulation and the state; Conclusion; References

  • 5. Towards comprehensive and systematic children's rights education for early childhood education and care students: experiences from IrelandIntroduction; The children's rights framework; The young child's rights under Articles 28, 29 and 42 of the UNCRC; The case study of Ireland; Conclusion; References; 6. Satu Desa, Satu Paud
  • one village, one centre: unpacking the meaning of children's participation within ECE policy and provision in Indonesia; Introduction; Early childhood education in Indonesia; Satu Desa, Satu Paud (one village, one centre); Conclusion; Notes; References

  • PART 2: Young children's rights to protection7. Introduction: young children's rights to protection; Introduction; What is the extent of violence against children?; Causes and effects of violence against children; What is being done at global level to address violence against children?; New perspectives on young children's rights to protection; Conclusion; References; 8. Rhetoric and realities: macro-policy as an instrument of deflection in meeting the needs of young children marginalised by SEND; Introduction; Young children's rights: current aspirations; Practical challenges and tensions

  • Moving towards more inclusive, rights-based practiceConclusion; Notes; References; 9. Risk and safety in Western society; Introduction; Risk (and) society; Safeguarding and child protection welfare systems; Risk-aversion culture and rights; Conclusion; References; 10. The (in)visibility of infants and young children in child protection; Introduction; Protection rights; Prevalence of violence against infants and young children; Defining child abuse; Consequences of abuse; Making the invisible visible; Conclusion; References