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From the Publisher'The important socio-legal dimension of human rights in childhood studies is explored here in an interesting and engaging manner. The work should be of interest to students from a variety of disciplines working within the field' -
Professor Chris Jenks, Vice Chancellor, Brunel University
'A highly accessible text - the activities will be valuable for students and professionals alike' -
Deborah Albon, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at London Metropolitan University
'This is a very informative book that gives a realistic and thought-provoking insight into legislation and its interpretation in practice' -
Denise Chadwick, Senior Lecturer in Early Years, University of Huddersfield
'An invaluable resource for students on initial teacher education courses and education practitioners seeking to make the link between the theory and practice of children’s rights. It is hoped that those in the field of education will grasp the opportunities this highly accessible text offers in promoting and realising children’s rights'