A means to justice for some who lose out?
The battle for recognition, an important milestone?
How to improve interprofessional collaboration and prevent child deaths.
Greater openness is needed, but would it breach the Data Protection Act?
Stop and think; words can hurt
An appreciation of a champion of children’s right to be heard
Practical guidance for dealing with a problem that can hurt.
Children are still treated as pawns or possessions.
Calling on children and young people to join the campaign
A brief analysis of the report by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
What A Christmas Carol offers that the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child does not
Children need to be heard and not hit.
How children’s rights relate to circumstances
The debate about whether they should be linked
Knowing what racism is (and is not) – a prerequisite for putting racial equality into practice in the early years
And Children’s Rights as the basic principle for developing the Quality4Children standards
Quality Standards in out-of-home Child Care in Europe: Why the project was set up, how it worked and where it’s going next.
The dangers of current practice analysed, with pointers for the future
The NCB has young Board members – and it works.
A Danish research project to consider the effectiveness and morality of restraint
Does defining children’s rights undermine adults’ intuitive sense of responsibility?
IFSW meets the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
The importance listening to marginalised people
Described by the author as the disjointed rantings of a grumpy old git