Understanding Children's Rights -7 January 2011

Too often, children are approached as a homogenous grouip. It is the intention not to loose sight of the actual situation of this one particular child, in his or her very particular situation and about every child's relationship to her or his parents and the broader community to wich she or he belongs.

  • category: Children's Rights
  • author: Marie Wernham, Savina Geerinckx, Kathy Vlieghe
  • format: Dossier
  • page_count: 155
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