Catalogue by titles / A commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

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Title A commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Author DETRICK Sharon
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Date published/issue 00-00-0000
Date received 00-00-0000
Place published NETHERLANDS
Publisher Kluwer Law International P.O. Box 85889, 2508 CN The Hague, The Netherlands
Page 813
ISBN 90-411-1229-4
Type of material Book
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Document description Commentaries
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Index Child-rights
Free text Acknowledgements. Table of abbreviations. Text of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Introduction. Part One: The Convention on the Rights of the Child: An Overview. Part Two: Part I of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. (Articles 1-41): A Commentary. 1. Definition of the child. 2. Non-discrimination. 3. Best interests of the child. 4. General measures of implementation. 5. Parental guidance. 6. The right to life, survival and development. 7. Name and nationality. 8. Preservation of identity. 9. Separation from parents. 10. Family reunification. 11. Illicit transfer and non-return. 12. Respect for the views of the child. 13. Freedom of expression. 14. Freedom of thought, conscience and religion. 15. Freedom of association and peaceful assembly. 16. Protection of privacy. 17. Access to appropriate information. 18. Parental responsibilities. 19. Abuse and neglect. 20. Children deprived of their family environment. 21. Adoption. 22. Refugee children. 23. Disabled children. 24. Health and health services. 25. Periodic review of placement. 26. Social security. 27. Standard of living. 28. Education, including vocational training and guidance. 29. Aims of education. 30. Children belonging to a minority or an indigenous group. 31. Leisure, recreation and cultural activities. 32. Economic exploitation. 33. Drug abuse. 34. Sexual exploitation and sexual abuse. 35. Sale, trafficking and abduction. 36. Other forms of exploitation. 37. The right not to be subjected to torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; the sentencing of children, with particular reference to the prohibition of capital punishment and life imprisonment; children deprived of their liberty, including any form of detention, imprisonment or placement in custodial settings. 38. Children in armed conflicts. 39. Physical and psychological recovery and social reintegration of the child. 40. The administration of juvenile justice. 41. Savings clause. Concluding remarks. Appendices. Selected bibliography. Index

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Work area Legal
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