Children's Rights and Sustainable Development
Interpreting the UNCRC for Future Generations
Claire Fenton-Glynn (Redaktør)
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Part I. A Children's Rights Approach to Sustainable Development: 1. Introduction Claire Fenton-Glynn; 2. Children's rights and sustainable development from a 'law and development' perspective Wouter Vandenhole; Part II. Fundamental Rights: 3. Rethinking children's rights through a sustainability lens: implications for education Julie M. Davis; 4. The right to participate in domestic law and policy development Holly Doel-Mackaway; 5. What course without evils? Rare diseases, children's right to health and sustainable development goals Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz; 6. Gender equality, children's rights and sustainable development Amanda Kron; 7. Children with disabilities, human rights and sustainable development Paul Harpur and Michael A. Stein; Part III. Children and the Environment: 8. Inter-generational equity and children's rights: the role of sustainable development and justice Sumudu Atapattu; 9. Children's rights and the environmental dimension of sustainable development Ellen Desmet; 10. Children's rights and climate change Karin Arts; 11. Inclusion of indigenous children's rights: informing water management in Canada Carissa Wong; Part IV. Children's Rights in a Gloablised World: 12. Children's rights, international trade law, and economic globalisation Sebastien Jodoin and Candice Pollock; 13. Present needs and future prospects: exploring the policy conundrum of working children in developing nations Jenny Driscoll; 14. Advancing the right to play in international development Tara M. Collins and Laura Wright; 15. Rapid development and the child's future right to the city Liam Magee, Amanda Third and David Sweeting; 16. Healthy diet as a global sustainable development issue: reasons, relationships and a recommendation Lucia A. Reisch and Wencke Gwozdz; Part V. Concluding Remarks: 17. The future research agenda: where to from here? Claire Fenton-Glynn; Index.
Considers how to implement children's rights in the twenty-first century through a child rights-based approach to sustainable development.