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This course offers a critical examination of children’s rights in an international context, focusing around the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989. It also includes a detailed examination of the theory of children’s rights and provides analysis of how they are transposed into law and legal practice.

This course highlights some of the current problems in policies and practices relating to children, searches for a coherent theoretical basis in this area, and applies it to a range of children’s issues.

The aim is for you to develop a more child-centred understanding of children’s rights and child law, and be able to use that understanding and knowledge to engage critically with policies and practices which impact on children’s lives.

Module A: Theoretical Issues and Children’s Rights Mechanisms


Module B: The Core Principles of Children’s Rights Mechanisms


Module C: Specific Issues in Children’s Rights (1)


Module D: Specific Issues in Children’s Rights (2)



Each module will be assessed by a 45-minute unseen written examination.


The modules should be attempted in order.

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