International children's rights has come of age. The Programme on International Rights of the Child Series is the first series of volumes dedicated to exploring specific aspects of international children's rights. The series comprises both sole authored and edited volumes and single and multi-disciplinary monographs, all authoritatively considering issues at the forefront of international children's rights.
By Gillian Douglas, Leslie Sebba
November 28, 2016
This book of essays by legal scholars from the United Kingdom, Eire, Israel and Palestine explores the extent to which the recognition of the concept of children’s rights is affected by adherence to religious, cultural and ethnic traditions. The aim is twofold: first, to illuminate the interface ...