United Nations and Children's Rights
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Sociology 102
- United Nations and Children's Rights
Last Modified: 2011-07-10
-rights that extend to adults but not to children
-rights that extend only to children
-freedom of expression
-due process before the law
-autonomy to make decisions independently of those who have responsibility for them
-to the adult right to self-determination
-to have their best interests given primary consideration
-to protection from abuse and exploitation
-to alternative care when families cannot provide it
- civil and political
-recognizes children as subjects of legal rights
-challenges traditional views of children as passive recipients of care and protection
-insists that children are entitled to have their needs met and thereby imposes obligation on adults
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