International Journal of Children’s Rights 18 (2010) 677–680 T HE I NTERNATIONAL J OURNAL OF C HILDREN ’ S R IGHTS brill.nl/chil © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/157181810X544447 Contents of Volume 18 Volume 18, No. 1 Articles Brian K. Gran: Comparing Children’s Rights: Introducing the Children’s Rights Index 1–17 Nigel Th omas, Mandy Cook, Josey Cook, Hannah France, Joanne Hillman, Cerys Jenkins, Toby Pearson, Rhodri Pugh-Dungey, Ben Sawyers, Mathew Taylor and Anne Crowley: Evaluating the Children’s Commissioner for Wales: Report of a Participatory Research Study 19–52 Nicholas Bala, Kang Lee, R.C.L. Lindsay and Victoria Talwar: Th e Competency of Children to Testify: Psychological Research Informing Canadian Law Reform 53–77 Isabelle D. Cherney: Mothers’, Fathers’, and their Children’s Perceptions and Reasoning about Nurturance and Self-Determination Rights 79–99 Irene Stevens and Raymond Taylor: Special Protection: Article 20, Special Protection and Children’s Rights Training in the Developing World? 101–110 Petra Kouvonen: Re-negotiating Personal Integrity in Finnish Child Welfare 111–125 Jenny Kuper: A Minor Matter? Th e Place of Young People in an EU Human Security Doctrine 127–147 Book Reviews Charles Krinsky (ed.), Moral Panics over Contemporary Children and Youth (Katherine Hodson) 149–153 Sylvie Langlaude, Th e Right of the
The International Journal of Children's Rights – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
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