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Enhancing Children's Rights
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1. Introduction: Rights, Research and Policy; Anne Smith PART I: THE BODY 2. Reforms to Healthcare Systems and Policies: Influences from Children's Rights; Priscilla Alderson 3. Changing the Law on Physical Punishment in New Zealand; Anne Smith 4. The Child's Right to Play: Laying the Building Blocks for Optimal Health & Well-Being; Rita Shackel PART II: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 5. Early Childhood Services in England: Policy, Research and Practice; Gillian Pugh 6: Early Childhood Education in New Zealand: Progress and Challenges in Achieving Children's Rights; Anne Smith 7: Children's Rights and Early Years Provision in India; Vinnarasan Aruldoss and John Davis PART III: CHILD PROTECTION 8. Child Protection: Policies for Vulnerable Children in New Zealand; Anne Smith 9. Children In Care: Global Perspectives On The Challenges Of Securing Their Wellbeing And Rights; Robbie Gilligan 10. Children and Young People Leaving Care; Judy Cashmore and Philip Mendes 11. Family and Care Policies for Children in the Former Soviet Union: What is Changing in Russia and Lithuania?; Ekaterina Yazykova and Liepa Boberine 12. Child Rights and Wellbeing in Latin America: A Role for Conditional Cash Transfers; Jill McLeigh and Francisco Pilotti, PART IV: PARTICIPATION, POLITICS AND THE LAW 13. Taking Account of Children: How far Have We Come in England?; Carolyne Willow 14. Young People as Leaders in (and Sometimes Victims of) Political and Cultural Change; Gary Melton and Weijun Wang 15. Children's Rights and Wellbeing: Tensions within the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014; Kay Tisdall and John Davis 16. 'Vi ere en nasjon vi med?' 'We are a nation, we' Children's rights in Norway: Research, Policies and Practices; Anne Trine Kjorholt 17. Children's Views and Participation in Family Dispute Resolution in New Zealand; Nicola Taylor and Megan Gollop 18. Conclusion: Challenges for Research on Children's Rights; Anne Smith

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Priscilla Alderson, Institute of Education, University of London Vinnarasan Aruldoss, Sussex University, UK Liepa V. Boberiene, Psychologist Judith Cashmore, Psychologist John M. Davis, University of Edinburgh, UK Robbie Gilligan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Megan Gollop, University of Otago, New Zealand Anne Trine Kjorholt, Norwegian Centre for Child Research (NOSEB) and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, NTNU, Norway Jill McLeigh, University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA Gary B. Melton, Kempe Center for Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, USA Philip Mendes, Monash University, Australia Francisco Pilotti, Policy Advisor Gillian Pugh, Coram, UK Rita Shackel, Sydney Law School, Australia Nicola Taylor, University of Otago, New Zealand Kay Tisdall, University of Edinburgh Weijun Wang, University of Ottawa, Canada Carolyne Willow, CRAE Ekaterina Yazykova, Clemson University, USA

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