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Date:

31/01/2005

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Child Rights International Network

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Bibliography


CRIN Readers

 

Reader on Child Rights No. 1 (Publication (general))
This list was produced by CRIN and the International Anti-Poverty Law Center for an event on 9 May on the Role of the Committee on the Rights of the Child, on the occasion of the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Children, UN Headquarters 8-10 May 2002.

Reader on Children and Armed Conflict No. 3 (Publication (general))
This reading list contains selected resources about children affected by armed conflict. This includes basic texts, legal instruments, best practice documents, policy and advocacy documents, monitoring and reporting tools, training material and websites.

Reader on Children and HIV/AIDS No. 4 (Publication (general))
This reader contains selected resources relating to children and HIV/AIDS. This includes basic texts that provide an overview on how HIV/AIDS affects children; key legal instruments for HIV/AIDS; best practice documents by thematic areas; and key resources for child rights and HIV/AIDS.

Reader on Children and Rights Based Programming No. 5 (Publication (general))
The reader contains selected resources about children and rights-based approaches to programming. This includes basic texts, legal instruments, best practice documents, policy and advocacy documents, monitoring and reporting tools, training material and websites. Further resources are available on the rights-based programming website www.therightsapproach.org.

Reader on National Plans of Action for Children No. 2 (Online publications catalogue and/or library)
This reader contains selected resources relating to the follow-up to the UN Special Session on Children, and its outcome document, 'A World Fit for Children.' It includes guidance on involvement in the development of national plans of action (NPAs). It also highlights basic texts, regional commitments, guidance on involvement and monitoring and evaluation guides.


 

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