Children's Rights

Global Perspectives, Challenges and Issues of the 21st Century

Samuel M. Lange (Redaktør)

The opening chapter argues that an alternative praxis, one that honours constructivist and post humanist theoretical approaches to teaching and learning, is a rights-based praxis. This approach takes as its foundational assumption the contention that programmes and services have a responsibility to ensure the rights of children and their families are met. Les mer
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The opening chapter argues that an alternative praxis, one that honours constructivist and post humanist theoretical approaches to teaching and learning, is a rights-based praxis. This approach takes as its foundational assumption the contention that programmes and services have a responsibility to ensure the rights of children and their families are met. Chapter two is dedicated to children's views about their participation rights in school. It analyses what five-year-old children from Scotland and Greece said about a teacher-centred school for them. The author in the closing chapter explores how Russian child rights-oriented NGOs supported by domestic state actors and partners from abroad advocate a child welfare reform.

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