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The Human Rights of Street and Working Children

By Iain Byrne
ISBN: 9781853394492
This is a one-stop guide for experienced advocates and for non-specialists in the field. It defines substantive rights - survival, fair treatment, and empowerment, practical guidelines on how to use regional and international human rights systems such and contains a comprehensive list of human rights documents.
£24.95

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  • Synopsis
    The Human Rights of Street and Working Children is a one-stop guide both for experienced advocates and for non-specialists in the field. The manual, which presents information in an accessible question-and-answer format, is divided into three sections for ease of reference. The first section defines substantive rights - survival, fair treatment, and empowerment. The second section provides practical guidelines on how to use regional and international human rights systems such as the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, or the UN Committee on Torture. The third and last section contains a comprehensive list of human rights documents with tables by country detailing the status and the stage in the implementation process of each of the conventions in each country.
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    Author Iain Byrne
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    Number of Pages 288
    Format Paperback / softback