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Children's rights in Aotearoa New Zealand : reflections on the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child Nessa Lynch, Chair of the Symposium Steering Group

Contributor(s): Lynch, Nessa [Chair of Steering Group].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : New Zealand Law Foundation, 2019Description: electronic document (128 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children | CHILDREN | CHILD PROTECION | CHILDREN'S RIGHTS | CORPORAL PUNISHMENT | DISABLED PEOPLE | FAMILY COURT | FAMILY LAW | MĀORI | Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) | TAMARIKI | TURE WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website
Contents:
Children's rights and the family justice system - the korowai as the new motif / Bill Atkin -- "Troubling the hegemony of the norm" - learning from disabled children's rights to uphold the rights of all children / Andrea Jamison -- When it's about me, make sure to include me: The importance of the voice of the child in professional settings / Jazz Robson -- The language of children's rights: Impact on children in conflict with the law / Faith Gordon -- Strengthening advocacy using the Convention on the Rights of the Child as a guiding framework to advance the issue of ending the physical punishment of children / Jacqui Southey -- Using the international children's rights framework in research / Nicola Taylor -- Reflections on the children's rights symposium / Tony Fitzgerald -- Learning to swim confidently in a river of words / Sally Kedge -- Interesting, intense, inspiring: reflections from the symposium / Laura Lundy -- Centring indigenous children's rights: The problem with universalism / Luke Fitzmaurice -- The origins of children's rights - a pathway to participation / Maria Dacre --- A time for change? Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the children's convention: The intersection of children's culture and children's rights / Sarah Morris, Kelsey Brown and Andrew Becroft -- Oranga Tamariki reforms: Can law be implemented when understanding is lacking / Alison Cleland -- Children's righst in contemporary Aotearoa New Zealand / Alayne McKee -- Reflections on the children's rights symposium / Deb Inder -- The 'best interests' of the child and the 'malpractices' of schooling / John O'Neill -- Why is it so difficult to uphold children's rights in their own education? / Roseanna Bourke -- The Convention at 30 / Bruce Adamson -- Children's participation in medical decisions: The United Nations Convention of the child and beyond / Fiona Miller -- A child is a child no matter how big / Ashley Shearar -- All children, all rights in all circumstances / Ursula Kilkelly -- Upholding the rights of children in care - what needs to change to make children's rights real / Kiri Milne -- Children's views and the Family Court / Mark Henaghan -- The time to deliver on the promise of the children's Convention is now / Claire Achmad -- Convention on the Rights of the Child - He Whakaaetanga Whakatau i te Mana o te Tamaiti a te Whakakotahitanga o ngā Whenua o te Ao (The Convention in te reo Māori)
Summary: This collection brings together a series of reflections on the rights of children/tamariki on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. These reflections arose out of a symposium held in Wellington in August 2019. Some are written by those who presented at the symposium, others from participants. (From the document). Record #6515
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Children's rights and the family justice system - the korowai as the new motif / Bill Atkin -- "Troubling the hegemony of the norm" - learning from disabled children's rights to uphold the rights of all children / Andrea Jamison -- When it's about me, make sure to include me: The importance of the voice of the child in professional settings / Jazz Robson -- The language of children's rights: Impact on children in conflict with the law / Faith Gordon -- Strengthening advocacy using the Convention on the Rights of the Child as a guiding framework to advance the issue of ending the physical punishment of children / Jacqui Southey -- Using the international children's rights framework in research / Nicola Taylor -- Reflections on the children's rights symposium / Tony Fitzgerald -- Learning to swim confidently in a river of words / Sally Kedge -- Interesting, intense, inspiring: reflections from the symposium / Laura Lundy -- Centring indigenous children's rights: The problem with universalism / Luke Fitzmaurice -- The origins of children's rights - a pathway to participation / Maria Dacre --- A time for change? Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the children's convention: The intersection of children's culture and children's rights / Sarah Morris, Kelsey Brown and Andrew Becroft -- Oranga Tamariki reforms: Can law be implemented when understanding is lacking / Alison Cleland -- Children's righst in contemporary Aotearoa New Zealand / Alayne McKee -- Reflections on the children's rights symposium / Deb Inder -- The 'best interests' of the child and the 'malpractices' of schooling / John O'Neill -- Why is it so difficult to uphold children's rights in their own education? / Roseanna Bourke -- The Convention at 30 / Bruce Adamson -- Children's participation in medical decisions: The United Nations Convention of the child and beyond / Fiona Miller -- A child is a child no matter how big / Ashley Shearar -- All children, all rights in all circumstances / Ursula Kilkelly -- Upholding the rights of children in care - what needs to change to make children's rights real / Kiri Milne -- Children's views and the Family Court / Mark Henaghan -- The time to deliver on the promise of the children's Convention is now / Claire Achmad -- Convention on the Rights of the Child - He Whakaaetanga Whakatau i te Mana o te Tamaiti a te Whakakotahitanga o ngā Whenua o te Ao (The Convention in te reo Māori)

This collection brings together a series of reflections on the rights of children/tamariki on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. These reflections arose out of a symposium held in Wellington in August 2019. Some are written by those who presented at the symposium, others from participants. (From the document). Record #6515

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