Summary: The first comprehensive review of independent human rights institutions for children based on the experience of the more than 200 institutions now existing. Thematic chapters cover roles they perform & core elements & characteristics that contribute to their success. Regional chapters cover history, main features & trajectories of their creation & work around the world. A resource for policymakers, advocates & independent institutions themselves, as well as for organizations and individuals seeking to set them up, strengthen their performance or work with them. Also available in summary.Owner: Unicef Office of Researchpdf: http://www.unicef-irc.org/publications/701 (and to order hard copy: https://unp.un.org/browse.aspx?publisher=32)
Championing childrens rights: a new review of independent human rights institutions for children from UNICEF
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