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Mainstreaming Children's Rights in, to and through Education in a Society Emerging from Conflict

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
Author: Laura Lundy
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Mainstreaming Children’s Rights in, to and through Education in a Society Emerging from Conflict LAURA LUNDY School of Education, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland Introduction Children’s rights are increasingly recognised as a central to the reconstruc- tion of societies emerging from conflict (Sloth-Nielsen, 1996). Within the broader sphere of children’s rights, education rights are particularly signifi- cant for societies which are in the process of making a transition from vio- lence towards peace. The Universal Declaration on Human Rights, itself an attempt to build a peaceful future in the wake of war, recognises and endorses the right to education. The

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