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1. Brems, Eva (ed.) : Children's rights law in the global human rights landscape, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Children's rights law in the global human rights landscape : isolation, inspiration, integration? / Brems, Eva (ed.) ; Desmet, Ellen (ed.) ; Vandenhole, Wouter (ed.), 312 p. - London : Routledge, 2017.

ISBN 978-1-138-63901-0

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Eva Brems, Ellen Desmet and Wouter Vandenhole: Children's rights law and human rights law: analysing present and possible future interactions. PART I: THE BROADER RELEVANCE OF FEATURES OF CHILDREN'S RIGHTS LAW. 1. Wouter Vandenhole: Distinctive characteristics of children's human rights law. 2. Helen Stalford: The broader relevance of features of children's rights law: the 'best interests of the child' principle. 3. Laura Lundy and Bronagh Byrne: The four general principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: the potential value of the approach in other areas of human rights law. 4. Roberta Ruggiero, Diana Volonakis and Karl Hanson: The inclusion of 'third parties': the status of parenthood in the Convention on the Rights of the Child. PART II: INSPIRATION FOR CHILDREN'S RIGHTS FROM CATEGORICAL HUMAN RIGHTS. 5. Eva Brems: Lessons for children's rights from women's rights? Emancipation rights as a distinct category of human rights. 6. Ralph Sandland: Lessons for children's rights from disability rights?. 7. Ellen Desmet: Inspiration for children's rights from indigenous peoples' rights. 8. Ann-Katrin Habbig, Alexander Hoefmans and Paul De Hert: What young and old can learn from each other: cross-fertilization between existing human rights law for children and developing human rights law for older persons. PART III: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN CHILDREN'S RIGHTS LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAW IN THEMATIC AREAS. 9. Titia Loenen: Towards an integrated approach to intra-family relations under the CRC and CEDAW: some reflections. 10. Ivana Isailovic: Children's rights and LGBTI persons' rights: some thoughts on their 'integration'. 11. Julie Ryngaert and Wouter Vandenhole: Undocumented migration: integrating the children's rights concept of nuanced vulnerability in human rights law. 12. Eva Lievens: Children's rights and media: imperfect but inspirational. 13. Danielle van Kalmthout: Out of isolation: a claim for explicit attention for children in the movement towards recognition of an environmental right. 14. Gamze Erdem Türkelli: Children's rights in business and human rights: from the sidelines to the centre field?

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* barnets rättigheter = rights of the child = lapsen oikeudet
* barnets bästa = best interest of the child = lapsen etu
* föräldrar = parents = vanhemmat
* föräldrarskap = parenthood = vanhemmuus
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* de äldres rätt = rights of the elderly = vanhempien ihmisten oikeudet
* familj = family = perhe
* sexuella minoriteter = sexual minorities = seksuaaliset vähemmistöt
* HBTQ personer = LGBT persons = LHBT-henkilöt
* papperslösa personer = undocumented persons = paperittomat henkilöt
* utsatta grupper = vulnerable groups = riskialttiit ryhmät
* rätt till en sund miljö = right to environmental quality = oikeus puhtaaseen ympäristöön
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC: CRPD; CEDAW

 
2. Fokala Mukumu, Elvis : Implementing children's right to participation in family decision-making processes in Africa, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Implementing children's right to participation in family decision-making processes in Africa / Fokala Mukumu, Elvis, 217 p. - Åbo : Åbo Akademi University Press, 2017.

ISBN 978-951-765-871-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Introduction. 2. Tracing the narratives of children's right to participation in Africa. 3. It is not a 'stand-alone' right. 4. A comprehensive legal and policy reform of children's right to participation. 5. The family, the state and protection of children's right to participation. 6. Medical and healthcare-related decisions. 7. Not understood and not implemented: remarks and conclusions.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* barnets rättigheter = rights of the child = lapsen oikeudet
* deltagande = participation = osallistuminen
* rätt att deltaga = right to participation = oikeus osallistua
* familj = family = perhe
* föräldrar = parents = vanhemmat
* föräldrarskap = parenthood = vanhemmuus
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen

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GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Cameroon / South Africa

NOTE (THESIS): Doctoral thesis in Public International Law, Åbo Akademi University, 2017

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; African charter on the rights and welfare of the child

URL http://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/144086?locale=lsv

 
3. González Pascual, Maribel (ed.) : The right to family life in the European Union, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The right to family life in the European Union / González Pascual, Maribel (ed.) ; Torres Pérez, Aida (ed.) - (Routledge research in EU law), 256 p. - London : Routledge, 2017.

ISBN 978-1-138-18627-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Luis López Guerra: European Convention on Human Rights and family life: primary issues. 2. Bruno de Witte: The scope of application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. 3. Sara Iglesias Sánchez and Keiva Carr: The right to family life in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. 4. Maribel González Pascual: Mutual recognition of judicial decisions and the right to family life. 5. Anna Lorenzetti: The European courts and transsexuals: the binary distinction and the pattern of family law. 6. Guillem Cano Palomares: Right to family life and access to medically assisted procreation in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. 7. Esther Farnós Amorós: Biology-based systems of parentage and safety valves protecting social parenting. 8. Kristine Kruma: Family reunification: a tool to shape the concept of EU citizenship. 9. Aida Torres Pérez: The right to family life as a bar to the expulsion of third country nations in the European Union. 10. Lucia Alonso Sanz: When there is no family: unaccompanied minors in the EU. 11. Silvia Morgades-Gil: The protection of family life in the EU common policy on asylum. 12. Lucia Busatta: Moving patients and families and the social right to cross-border healthcare. 13. Joan Solanaes Mullor: The right to housing and the protection of family life and vulnerable groups: European judicial activism. 14. Samantha Currie: Unjoined-up policy making and patchy promotion of gender equality: free movement and reconciliation of work and family life in the EU

INDEX WORDS:
* rätt till familjeliv = right to family life = oikeus perhe-elämään
* EU = EU = EU
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* transsexuella = transsexuals = transseksuaalit
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* reproduktiva rättigheter = reproductive rights = lisääntymiseen liittyvät oikeudet
* föräldrarskap = parenthood = vanhemmuus
* familjeåterförening = family reunification = perheen yhdistäminen
* utvisning = expulsion = maastakarkotus
* utlänningar = aliens/non-citizens = ulkomaalaiset
* ensamkommande barn = unaccompanied children = ilman saattajia tulevat lapset
* gemensamt europeiskt asylsystem = CEAS = yhteinen eurooppalainen turvapaikkajärjestelmä
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhoito
* rätt till bostad = right to housing = oikeus asuntoon
* utsatta grupper = vulnerable groups = riskialttiit ryhmät
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* kön = gender = sukupuoli
* rörelsefrihet = freedom of movement = liikkumisvapaus

NOTE (GENERAL): EU charter of fundamental rights; ECHR

 
4. Sutherland, Elaine E. (ed.) : Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 2018
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : best interests, welfare and well-being / Sutherland, Elaine E. (ed.) ; Barnes Macfarlane, Lesley-Anne (ed.), xxii, 426 p. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018. - ISSN 978-1-316-61087-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Elaine E. Sutherland: Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: the challenges of vagueness and priorities. 2. Ursula Kilkelly: The best interests of the child: a gateway to children's rights? 3. Janys M. Scott: Conflict between human rights and best interests of children: myth or reality?. 4. Mark Henaghan: Final appeal courts and Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: what do the best interests of the particular child have to do with it?. 5. John Eekelaar: Two dimensions of the best interests principle: decisions about children and decisions affecting children. 6. Nancy E. Dowd: A developmental equality model for the best interests of children. 7. Alison Cleland: A long lesson in humility? The inability of child care law to promote the well-being of children. 8. Lesley-Anne Barnes Macfarlane: Serving best interests in 'known biological father disputes' in the United Kingdom. 9. Kenneth Mck. Norris: Surrogacy in the United Kingdom: an inappropriate application of the welfare principle. 10. Trynie Boezaart: Baby switching: what is best for the baby?. 11. Brian Sloan: Primacy, paramountcy and adoption in England and Scotland. 12. Richard W. Whitecross: Article 3 and adoption in and from India and Nepal. 13. Nicholas Bala: Canada's controversy over best interests and post-separation parenting. 14. D. Kelly Weisberg: In harm's way: the evolving role of domestic violence in the best interests analysis. 15. Linda D. Elrod: The best interests of the child when there is conflict about contact. 16. Nicola Taylor: Relocation disputes following parental separation: determining the best interests of the child. 17. Claire Mcdiarmid: Making best interests significant for children who offend: a Scottish perspective. 18. Ioana Cismas: The child's best interests and religion: a case study of the Holy See's best interest obligations and clerical child sexual abuse. 19. Judy Cashmore: 'Best interests' in care proceedings: law, policy and practice. 20. Marit Skivenes and Karl-Harald Soevig: Judicial discretion and the child's best interests: the European Court of Human Rights and adoptions in child protection cases.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* barnets rättigheter = rights of the child = lapsen oikeudet
* barnets bästa = best interest of the child = lapsen etu
* barnomsorg = child welfare = lastenhuolto
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* barnavård = child care = lastenhoito
* faderskap = paternity = isyys
* föräldrarskap = parenthood = vanhemmuus
* surrogatmoderskap = surrogacy = kohdunvuokraus
* adoption = adoption = adoptio
* skilsmässa = divorce = avioero
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* utnyttjande av barn = exploitation of children = lasten hyväksikäyttö
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Australia / Canada / India / Nepal / South Africa / United Kingdom / USA

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC


24.11.1999