SpringerBriefs in rights-based approaches to social work. 2195-9749
This book provides a conceptual framework for children's rights as well as specific strategies and opportunities for social workers to apply in their work. It guides social work professionals and students through the history of children's rights. It also includes a call for a paradigm shift from a focus on the right to nurturance to the right to self-determination, as well as a contrasting look at children's rights in the West versus the rest of the world.
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Introduction Social Work and Human Rights The History of Children's Rights Social Work and Children's Rights: A Theoretical and Ethical View Social Work and Children's Rights: Implications for Practice Social Work and Children's Rights: Implications for Research Appendix I: Convention on the Rights of the Child Bibliography.
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