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Challenges to children's rights today: what do children think?

Challenges to children's rights today: what do children think? (2016)

Dr Aoife Daly, Sandy Ruxton and Mieke Schuurman

REF. 042016GBR
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Challenges to children's rights today: what do children think?

Challenges to children's rights today: what do children think?

A desktop study on children’s views and priorities to inform the next Council of Europe Strategy for the Rights of the Child

This report aims to establish the most important rights issues for children in Europe based on available research. It is intended that children’s views on their rights, and their recommendations for improving their enjoyment of those rights, feed into the Council of Europe’s next Strategy for the Rights of the Child, 2016-2019.

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A desktop study on children’s views and priorities to inform the next Council of Europe Strategy for the Rights of the Child

This report aims to establish the most important rights issues for children in Europe based on available research. It is intended that children’s views on their rights, and their recommendations for improving their enjoyment of those rights, feed into the Council of Europe’s next Strategy for the Rights of the Child, 2016-2019.

SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
METHODOLOGY
Data gathering
Data analysis
Challenges of the research
VIOLENCE
Violence in the home
Violence in custody
Sexual violence and exploitation
CHILD-FRIENDLY JUSTICE
Participation in justice systems
Children in conflict with the law
Children with parents in custody
CHILDREN’S PARTICIPATION
General issues
CHILDREN IN CARE
Hearing children in care
Important issues for children in care
DISCRIMINATION
Discrimination on the basis of age
EDUCATION
Education as a key right
CHILD POVERTY AND AUSTERITY
How children view poverty
Children’s views on austerity
Children, poverty and participation
Children’s views on government expenditure
Impact on particular groups
CONCLUSIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY

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