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Human Rights and the Child in Global Politics

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Title: Human Rights and the Child in Global Politics
Author: FYS Class – Fall 2014, Section 15
Abstract: The Human Rights and the Child in Global Politics seminar explored global child rights. In the academic study of the child, scholars have largely moved beyond the child as a passive actor and instead are recognizing the child as an active agent. Despite a rise in advocacy for children's rights, countless forces continue to constrain their realization. Therefore, Human Rights and the Child in Global Politics will see students pursue an enquiry-based learning approach into a variety of challenging children's livelihoods. This poster displays photos and information on children as refugees, children who live on the street, children who labour, and children involved in armed conflict.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9001
Date: 2015-08-05


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