- the child's right to play
- youth justice and children's rights
- the voice of the child
- ethical dilemmas in different contexts
- involvement, participation and decision making
- safeguarding and child protection
- social justice and exclusion
This book helps the reader understand what constitutes good practice, whilst considering the advantages and tensions involved in working across disciplines to implement children's rights against a complex legislative and social policy backdrop.
Essential reading for undergraduate and graduate students on Early Years, Early Childhood Studies, Childhood and Youth, Education, Law, Social Work, Play and Psychology courses, it is relevant to professionals working across education, health and social work.