Loyola University symposium on the human rights of children ; v. 1.
International conference proceedings.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1. Perspectives on Health Environments for Children "To Such as These, the Kingdom of Heaven Belongs": Religious Faith as a Foundation for Children's Rights / Gary B. Melton Preventing Childhood Malaria: Strategies That Work Today and Directions for the Future / Kim C. Williamson A Case Study of a Partnership in Chicago to Prevent Childhood Lead Poisoning / Anita Weinberg Part 2. Why Is Protecting the Human Rights of Children so Difficult? Spare the Rod: Why Are More American Children Victims and Perpetrators of Violence Than Those of Any Other Developed Country? / James Gilligan Promoting a Protective Environment for Children Affected by Disaster and War / Neil Boothby and Alastair Ager When Rights and Needs Collide / Shweta Singh Part 3. Human Rights as a Tool for Social Change The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: An Instrument for Creating a Healthy Environment for the Child / Jaap E. Doek The Right to a Family Environment for Children of Prisoners / Robin Kimbrough-Melton A Child's Right to an Environment That Prevents Obesity: Ethical Considerations / Garry Sigman Anchoring and Empowering Children: A Child's Right to Participation Within a Healthy Environment / Edmund B. Bruyere Part 4. Cultural and Social Impediments to a Healthy Environment for Children Child Slavery and the Global Economy: Historical Perspectives on a Contemporary Problem / John Donoghue In Harm's Way in America: The Burden of Gun Violence / William French The Right to a Healthy Social Environment: Protecting Children from Social Toxicity / James Garbarino.
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Print version: Child's right to a healthy environment. New York ; Heidelberg : Springer, 2010
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