Children’s Rights, Early Childhood, Sociocultural Contexts
… provides a holistic, unifying vision of children’s rights that provides child advocates, professionals working with children, and policy makers, with a direction and moral imperative for improving policies and practices for children. (p. 155)
When the UNCROC was finally agreed to, it was almost universally adopted. It differed from previously agreed to human rights treaties in its conceptual depth and breadth. As a framework, it is not without problems, and the premise...
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