Programme on International Rights of the Child (Series)
"Papers originally presented at a symposium held at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in March 1996."--t.p. verso. First published 1998 by Ashgate Publishing.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
1. 'You have to start somewhere' / Michael King 2. Children's rights : balancing traditional values and cultural plurality / Geraldine Van Bueren 3. Children's rights, cultural diversity and private international law / William Duncan 4. The interpretation of the concept 'The best interest of the child' in Israel / Yehiel S. Kaplan 5. A note on children's rights in Islamic law / His Honour Judge David Pearl 6. 'Honour thy father and thy mother' : children's rights and children's duties / Andrew Bainham 7. Rights and autonomy : or the best interests of the child? / Ze'ev W. Falk 8. Multiculturalism, parental choice and traditional values : a comment on religious education in Israel / Stephen Goldstein 9. Child-parent-state : the absence of community in the courts' approach to education / Leora Bilsky 10. Tradition and the right to education : the case of the ultra-Orthodox community in Israel / Leslie Sebba and Varda Shiffer 11. A child's right to privacy or open justice? / James Michael 12. Who is the father? Access to information on genetic identity / Katherine O'Donovan 13. Crimes of war, culture, and children's rights : the case of female Palestinian detainees under Israeli military occupation / Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian 14. Protection for whom and from what? Protection proceedings and the voice of the child at risk / Ya'ir Ronen 15. The child's right to make mistakes : criminal responsibility and the immature minor / Gillian Douglas 16. Traditional values, children's rights and social justice : English youth justice in the 1990s / Wayne Morrison 17. Afterword : choosing rights for children / David Nelken.