A question of commitment: the status of children in Canada
Children's rights : a question of status and recognition / Thomas Waldock -- Do Canadian education practices respect the rights of the child? / Katherine Covell -- Parenting education and support : a children's rights perspective / R. Brian Howe -- Promising policies, ambiguous practices :...
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|Summary:||Children's rights : a question of status and recognition / Thomas Waldock -- Do Canadian education practices respect the rights of the child? / Katherine Covell -- Parenting education and support : a children's rights perspective / R. Brian Howe -- Promising policies, ambiguous practices : an exploration of the status of children in Canadian health care settings /Cheryl van Daalen-Smith, Brenda LeFrançois, and Devon MacPherson-Mayor -- Young people, justice, and children's rights in Canada : critical reflections at the edge of abeyant action / Shannon A. Moore -- Child welfare and the status of children requiring support and care / Thomas Waldock -- Assessing the rights and realities of war-affected refugee children in Canada / Myriam Denov and Maya Fennig -- The Supreme Court of Canada and the convention / J.C. Blokhuis -- More than a symbol : Canada's legal justification of corporal punishment of children / Joan Durrant -- A children's rights perspective on "wrongful life" disability medical negligence cases / Sonja C. Grover -- The extraordinary cases of J.J. and Makayla Sault / J.C. Blokhuis and Amy Smoke -- Participation rights of the child : at the crossroads of citizenship / Jan Hancock -- Canadian child and youth advocates' roles in supporting children's rights / M. Theresa Hunter -- Shaking the movers : a decade later--does our voice stick? / Judy Finlay and Landon Pearson -- A children's rights pathway to status and recognition / Thomas Waldock.|
"This book is a collection of essays in which various authors examine the extent to which children's rights have been incorporated into their respective areas of Canadian policy and law. The authors deduce, from what is thereby revealed about the status of children in this country, that much remains to be done before children achieve full recognition and citizenship."--
|Item Description:||Originally published: Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2007|
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Physical Description:||xiii, 360 Seiten 23 cm|
Issued also in electronic format.