Children's Rights and Sustainable Development : Interpreting the Uncrc for Future Generations
(Treaty Implementation for Sustainable Development)
Fenton-glynn, Clarie (EDT)
Cambridge Univ Pr 2019/04
401 p. 23 cm
This book is for academics and practitioners working in the fields of children's rights, international development, and environmental law. It takes an interdisciplinary approach, with authors coming from the fields of law, economics, early childhood education, and development studies.
Table of Contents
Part I. A Children's Rights Approach to Sustainable Development: 1. Introduction Claire Fenton-Glynn; 2. Children's rights and sustainable development from a 'law and development' perspective Wouter Vandenhole; Part II. Fundamental Rights: 3. Rethinking children's rights through a sustainability lens: implications for education Julie M. Davis; 4. The right to participate in domestic law and policy development Holly Doel-Mackaway; 5. What course without evils? Rare diseases, children's right to health and sustainable development goals Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz; 6. Gender equality, children's rights and sustainable development Amanda Kron; 7. Children with disabilities, human rights and sustainable development Paul Harpur and Michael A. Stein; Part III. Children and the Environment: 8. Inter-generational equity and children's rights: the role of sustainable development and justice Sumudu Atapattu; 9. Children's rights and the environmental dimension of sustainable development Ellen Desmet; 10. Children's rights and climate change Karin Arts; 11. Inclusion of indigenous children's rights: informing water management in Canada Carissa Wong; Part IV. Children's Rights in a Gloablised World: 12. Children's rights, international trade law, and economic globalisation Sebastien Jodoin and Candice Pollock; 13. Present needs and future prospects: exploring the policy conundrum of working children in developing nations Jenny Driscoll; 14. Advancing the right to play in international development Tara M. Collins and Laura Wright; 15. Rapid development and the child's future right to the city Liam Magee, Amanda Third and David Sweeting; 16. Healthy diet as a global sustainable development issue: reasons, relationships and a recommendation Lucia A. Reisch and Wencke Gwozdz; Part V. Concluding Remarks: 17. The future research agenda: where to from here? Claire Fenton-Glynn; Index.