|1.||van Bueren, Geraldine : The international law on the rights of the child, 1995|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
The international law on the rights of the child / van Bueren, Geraldine - ( International studies in human rights ; vol. 35), xxiii, 434 p.. - Hague : Kluwer, 1995.
ABSTRACT: The chapters are:. 1. A history of the international law on the rights of the child. 2. The definition and status of the child in international law. 3. The family and the rights of the child in international law. 4. the right of children to preserve their identity. 5. The right of the child to freedom of expression. 6. The right of the child to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. 7. The administration of juvenile justice and the prevention of juvenile delinquency. 8. The rights of children deprived of their liberty. 9. The right of the child to education. 10. The right of the child to be protected against exploitation. 11. The right of the child to survival and development. 12. The rights of children in armed conflicts. 13. The rights of children with special needs. 14. The implementation of the international rights of the child.
NOTE (GENERAL): Declaration of the rights of the child; CRC; UN charter; UDHR; ICESCR; ICCPR; ACHPR; AMR; African charter on the rights and welfare of the child; CDE; Convention for the suppression of the traffic in persons and of the exploitation of the prostitution of others; Convention concerning the abolition of forced labour; Convention on consent to marriage, minimum age for marriage and registration of marriages; CEDAW; Convention on the reduction of statelessness; CAT; Refugee convention; Declaration on the rights of the child; Declaration on social and legal principles relating to the protection and welfare of children with special reference to foster placement and adoption nationally and internationally; Declaration onterritorial asylum; Declaration of the elimination of all forms of intolerance and of discrimination based on religion or belief; Declaration on the protection of all persons from enforced disappearances; Declaration on the protection of women and children in emergency and armed conflict; Declaration on the rights and welfare of the African child; Declaration on the rights of disabled persons; Declaration on the survival, protection and development of children; ECPT; ECHR; European convention on the adoption of children; European convention onthe exercise of children's rights; European convention onthe legal status of children born out of wedlock; European convention on the recognition and enforcement of decisions concerning custody of children and on restoration of custody of children; ESC; ECHRP-1; Geneva conventions; Hague conventions; ILO convention concerning vocational guidance and vocational training in the development of human resources; ILO convention on the basic aims and standards of social policy; International convention on the conflict of laws concerning the adoption of minors; International charter of physical education and sport; International convention on the suppression of the circulation and the traffic in obscene material; OAU refugee convention; Limburg principles;