The International Journal of Children’s Rights 9: 385–387, 2001. 385 CONTENTS Volume 9 2001 Volume 9 No. 1 Articles Cailin C.E. Mackenzie: A Director for Children’s Rights but no Commissioner: Does the U.K. Government’s Response to Waterhouse for Children Living in England Breach Article 37 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child? 1–14 Ronald Ahnen: Civil Society’s Push for Political Space: Child and Adolescent Rights Councils in Brazil 15–43 Steven Walker: Consulting with Children and Young People 45–56 Book reviews Christian Wolmar, Forgotten Children: The Secret Abuse Scandal in Children’s Homes (Margaret Hall) 57–61 Sharon Detrick, A Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Bruce Abramson) 63–67 Style Sheet 69–70 Volume 9 No. 2 Articles Philip Veerman and Hephzibah Levine: Protecting Palestinian Intifada children: Peaceful demonstrators, child soldiers or child martyrs? 71–88 Chuma Himonga: Implementing the rights of the child in African legal systems: The Mthembu journey in search of justice 89–122 Kelly M. Campbell and Katherine Covell: Children’s rights education at the university level: An effective means of promoting rights knowledge and rights-based attitudes 123–135 Nicola Taylor, Anne B. Smith and Karen Nairn: Rights important to young people: Secondary
The International Journal of Children's Rights – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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