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Children’s Rights Research Moving into the Future – Challenges on the Way Forward

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
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  • 1 Associate Professor in Education, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences Örebro University, Sweden, E-mail: ann.quennerstedt@oru.se
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The expansion of the research into children’s rights during the last 20 years has constituted children’s rights research as an established and legitimate field of study. The time may now be ripe to reflect on the work undertaken so far and to consider the future of children’s rights research. In recent years, self-critical voices have surfaced within the research field, pointing out possible areas of concern. The ambition of this paper is to contribute to such deliberations within children’s rights research. In the paper, comments and concerns that have been put forward are brought together and developed further, leading to the suggestion that research into children’s rights issues will need to address three major challenges on the way forward: advancing critique, increasing theorisation and contextualising research.

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