The International Journal of Children’s Rights CONTENTS Volume 14 No. 2 2006 Articles Rebekah Snow and Katherine Covell: Adoption and the Best Interests of the Child: The Dilemma of Cultural Interpretations 109–117 Eva Brems: Above Children’s Heads: The Headscarf Controversy in European Schools from the Perspective of Children’s Rights 119–136 Terry Anne Dobbs, et al. : “No, We Don’t Get a Say, Children Just Suffer the Consequences”: Children Talk about Family Discipline 137–156 Caroline Sawyer: Not Every Child Matters: the UK’s Expulsion of British Citizens 157–185 Donato Tarulli and Hans Skott-Myhre: The Immanent Rights of the Multitude: An Ontological Framework for Conceptualizing the Issue of Child and Youth Rights 187–201 Book Review Monica Barry, Youth Policy and Social Inclusion. Critical Debates with Young People (Virginia Morrow) 203–205 Manfred Nowak, CRC Commentary: Article 6 (Michael Freeman) 207–209 CHILL_14_02_00_Contents 7/4/06 12:35 PM Page 1 The International Journal of Children’s Rights EDITOR-in-CHIEF Michael Freeman , Faculty of Laws, University College, Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG, United Kingdom, Tel.: 44 2076791443, Fax: 44 2079168539 SHORTER ARTICLES EDITOR Philip Veerman , Psychologist, PO Box 413, The Hague 2501 CH, The Netherlands EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD Priscilla Alderson , University of London, London,
The International Journal of Children's Rights – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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