Children's Rights in Practice
- Phil Jones - Insitute of Education, University of London
- Gary Walker - Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
Child Protection | Child Protection | Working with Parents, Families & Communities
- the child's right to play
- youth justice and children's rights
- the voice of the child
- ethical dilemmas in different contexts
- involvement, participation and decision making
- safeguarding and child protection
- social justice and exclusion
This book helps the reader understand what constitutes good practice, whilst considering the advantages and tensions involved in working across disciplines to implement children's rights against a complex legislative and social policy backdrop.
Essential reading for undergraduate and graduate students on Early Years, Early Childhood Studies, Childhood and Youth, Education, Law, Social Work, Play and Psychology courses, it is relevant to professionals working across education, health and social work.
This book is very informative and has been added to our reading list.
The module covers Children's Rights and very relevant and helpful for the students. It is one recommended on the module and reading list.
I used this book several times for my masters sessions but I really recommend it for undergraduate modules as well. There is no doubt that by using this book, undergraduate and graduate students will understand clearly all children's rights, their importance, the necessity for those rights to be safeguarded and the ways that practitioners and teachers can facilitate the promotion of these rights through their work with young children and adolescences. The practical examples, case studies and scenarios provided in each chapter of this book are really useful to this end.
This is an essential text for all early years based courses. I am teaching a module on children's rights; this book has helped both within lectures and as additional reading to extend learners knowledge and understanding of children's rights.
This text clearly links theory and the practice of children's rights and will be a invaluable to any student. It promotes critical analysis towards legislation and the individuals perception.
Essential for teaching this subject. Good examples to demonstrate how legislation impacts on practice.
This book will be very useful and informative in the module Voice of the Learner with relevant chapters supporting children's voice from the youngest to secondary pupils. This will be a valuable book for my reading list.
This book is well written and explained. Learners were able to find specific rights and types of safe practice when teaching in an early years setting. This not only benefits early years, social care but also enables tutors to look at various scenarios that will aid them in their professional practices.
Shows childrens rights in a language suitable for a good level of learners.
Helps readers to understand what good practice entails, this book provides clear guidance on the rights of young people today. Covering education, social care and welfare, and health this book allows readers to put policy into practice in their setting.