By Michael Freeman
This assortment bargains a sequence of essays highlighting the various so much debatable of latest concerns with regards to kids, medication and well-being care together with the participation rights of kids, genetic trying out, male circumcision, organ donation, gender reassignment, the rights of autistic young children, anorexia nervosa. Essays are written by way of quite a number major students throughout a number disciplines. a few of the essays during this assortment have been formerly released within the overseas magazine of kid's Rights.
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London, Children’s Rights Ofﬁce/Save the Children, 1997). United Nations. Convention on the Rights of the Child. (Geneva: United Nations, 1989). Utting, W. People Like Us: The Report of the Review Safeguards for Children Living Away from Home. (London: HMSO/Department of Health/Welsh Ofﬁce, 1997). Wade, H. and B. Badham. Hear by Right: Standards for the Active Involvement of Children and Young People. (Leicester: National Youth Agency and Local Government Association, 2001). Ward, L. Seen and Heard: Involving Disabled Children and Young People in Research and Development Projects.
Children’s Health and Children’s Rights, 31–50. © 2006. Koninklijke Brill NV. Printed in the Netherlands. 32 PRISCILLA ALDERSON, JOANNA HAWTHORNE AND MARGARET KILLEN by age, sex, or merit. Traditionally, English law has restricted children’s rights and regarded children up to 21 and more recently 18 years as legal “infants”, literally “not speaking”. Current English policy on citizenship education (QCA, 1998) slips uncertainly between education for future adult citizenship or the education of children who are citizens now.
Make it Happen! (London: Department of Health, 2000). Clarke, A. and P. Moss. Listening to young children: The Mosaic Approach. (London: National Children’s Bureau, 2001). Cohen, J. and J. Emanuel. Positive Participation: Consulting and Involving Young People in Health-Related Work: A Planning and Training Resource. (London: Health Education Authority, 1998). Coombe, V. Up For It: Getting Young People Involved in Local Government. (London: The National Youth Agency, 2002). CR Team, Article 12. Respect!