Respecting the Rights of Children & Young People: A New Perspective on Quaker Faith & Practice

Summary: In this book of her 2003 James
Backhouse Lecture, Helen Bayes
asks Friends to implement the
human rights of children in the life of
their Quaker Meetings & in their
social witness. The roots of these
rights are found in the faith &
ministry of the seventeenth century
Friends, & the source is the inward
guidance of God, in both adult & child
Owner: Helen Bayes



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