The International Journal of Children’s Rights CONTENTS Volume 14 No. 3 2006 Articles Noam Schimmel: Freedom and Autonomy of Street Children 211–233 Sonja Grover: Denying the Right of Trafficked Minors to be Classed as Convention Refugees: The Canadian Case Example 235–249 Jane McAdam: Seeking Asylum under the Convention on the Rights of the Child: A case for Complementary Protection 251–274 John Tobin: Beyond the Supermarket Shelf: Using a Rights Based Approach to Address Children’s Health Needs 275–306 Yasemin Karaman-Kepenekci: A Study of University Students’ Attitudes Towards Children’s Rights in Turkey 307–318 Book Review Eric Kodish, Ethics and Research With Children (Michael Freeman) 319–324 Marie Connolly, Yvonne Crichton-Hill and Tony Ward, Culture and Child Protection. Reflexive Repsonses (Eva Brems) 325–326 CHILL_14_3_00_Contents 8/22/06 7:33 PM Page i 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, UK Philip Alston , New York University, New York, NY, USA Stewart Asquith , University of Glasgow,
The International Journal of Children's Rights – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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