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International perspectives and empirical findings on child participation : from social exclusion to child-inclusive policies

Providing a broad portrayal of how child participation is implemented in practice today, this volume brings together prominent authors from the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and Israel, to present descriptions of innovative programmes that engage children and youth in decision-making processes, as well as insightful findings regarding what children, their families and professionals think about these programmes. Beyond its contribution to the empirical evidence on the ways in which children engage in decision-making processes, it also contributes to the theoretical development of the meaning of 'participation', 'citizenship', 'inclusiveness' and 'relational rights' in regards to children and youth
eBook, English, 2016
Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 2016
1 ressource en ligne
9780190625238, 0190625236
Introduction ; Tali Gal & Benedetta Faedi Duramy ; 1. A Feminist Perspective on Children and Law: From Objectification to Relational Subjectivity ; Laura A. Rosenbury ; Part I. Child participation in education and research settings ; 2. Inclusion and participation in special education processes in Ontario, Canada ; Mona Pare ; 3. Implementing the principle of child participation: Pupil's participation in placement committees in Israel ; Eran Uziely ; 4. Children and Young People's Participation in Research ; Nigel Thomas ; Part II. Child participation in family disputes ; 5. Implementation of Article 12 in Family Law Proceedings in Ireland and New Zealand: Lessons Learned and Messages for Going Forward ; Aisling Parkes ; 6. Judicial Interviews of Children in Canada's Family Courts: Growing Acceptance But Still Controversial ; Nicholas Bala, Rachel Birnbaum, and Francine Cyr ; 7. Children's Participation in Israeli Family Courts: An Account of an Ongoing Learning Process ; Tamar Morag, Yoa Sorek, and Anat Inbar ; Part III. Participatory mechanisms for children at risk ; 8. Inclusive and Respectful Relationships as the Basis for Child Inclusive Policies and Practice: The Experience of Children in Out-of-Home Care in Australia ; Sharon Bessel ; 9. Child and Family Team Meetings: The Need for Youth Participation in Educational Success ; Jodi Hall, Joan Pennell, and RV Rikard ; 10. Teen experiences of exclusion, inclusion and participation in child protection and youth justice in Vermont ; Gale Burford and Sarah Gallagher ; 11. Professionals' Conceptions of "Children," "Childhood" and "Participation" in an Australian Family Relationship Services Sector Organisation ; Anne Graham, Robyn Fitzgerald, and Judith Cashmore ; Part IV. Child participation in the criminal process ; 12. Teen Courts: Children Participating in Justice ; Lynne Marie Kohm ; 13. The Developmental Stakes of Youth Participation in American Juvenile Court ; Emily Buss ; 14. Benefits of Restorative Reentry Circles for Children of Incarcerated Parents in Hawai'i ; Lorenn Walker, Cheri Tarutani, and Diana McKibben ; Part V. Child participation in the public sphere ; 15. Face to face: children and young people's right to participate in public decision-making ; Chelsea Marshall, Bronagh Byrne, and Laura Lundy ; 16. Addressing the challenges of children and young people's participation: considering time and space ; E. Kay M. Tisdall ; 17. Child Participation in Monitoring the Convention on the Rights of the Child ; Tara M. Collins ; 18. Children's Participation in Haiti ; Benedetta Faedi Duramy ; 19. Conclusion - From Social Exclusion to Child-Inclusive Policies: Toward an Ecological Model of Child Participation ; Tali Gal
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Publié précedemment en version imprimée : 2015