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Research outputs: CHILDREN'S RIGHTS

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2005 Can there be any universal children's rights?

The article questions the normative universality of children's rights by considering the ideal definition of childhood implicit in the UN Co...

2004 The global debate on multiculturalism and women's human rights in South Africa

Conducting research on the rights of women and children in South Africa, particularly from the perspective of their woeful under servicing, ...

2003 Concepts of childhood and the "right" treatment of children: culture, realtivity and human rights

This paper is intended for the purposes of discussion to raise questions, rather that present answers to the problem of the universality of ...

2002 Concepts and standards of children's rights: some considerations of relativity and enforcement

This paper seeks to address the issue of children's rights and how their delivery may be assessed....