What is right for children? : the competing paradigms of religion and human rights /
- Publication info:
- Farnham ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2009.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- What is right for children? : the competing paradigms of religion and human rights / edited by Martha Albertson Fineman, Karen Worthington.
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Farnham ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2009
- Physical Description:
x, 450 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : empowering parents to protect their children's rights / Barbara Bennett Woodhouse and Kathryn A. Johnson
- Child, family, state, and gender equality in religious stances and human rights instruments : a preliminary comparison / Linda C. McClain
- Rhetoric, religion, and human rights : "save the children!" / Barbara Stark
- Feminist fundamentalism on the frontier between government and family responsibility for children / Mary Ann Case
- Using international human rights law in US courts : lessons from the campaign against the juvenile death penalty / Linda M. Keller
- The lesser culpability of the juvenile offender : trial in adult criminal court, incarceration with adults, and excessive sanctions / Bernardine Dohrn
- Parental rights doctrine : creating and maintaining maternal value / Annette R. Appell
- Placing children in context : parents, foster care, and poverty / Naomi Cahn
- Expanding the parent-child-state triangle in public family law : the role of private providers / Susan Vivian Mangold
- Advocating for children's rights in a lawless nation : articulating rights for foster children / Barbara Bennett Woodhouse and Brooke Hardy
- A proposal for collaborative enforcement of a federal right to education / Kimberly Jenkins Robinson
- Taking children's interests seriously / Martha Albertson Fineman
- The child's right to religious freedom in international law : the search for meaning / Ursula Kilkelly
- Clashing rights and welfare : a return to a rights discourse in family law in the UK? / Shazia Choudhry
- Accommodating children's religious expression in public schools : a comparative analysis of the veil and other religious symbols in Western democracies / Catherine J. Ross
- Children, education, and rights in a society divided by religion : the perspectives of children and young people / Laura Lundy
- Children, international human rights, and the politics of belonging / Alice Hearst
- The right of children to be loved / S. Matthew Liao
- Appendix. Convention on the Rights of the Child : adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by General Assembly resolution 44/25 of 20 November 1989 entry into force 2 September 1990, in accordance with article 49.