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R.H. Helmholz

present context: M. Ingram, Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, 1570-1640 (Cambridge: 1987); R. Houlbrooke, Church Courts and the People during the English Reformation 1520-1570 (Oxford: 1979); and R.M. Wunderli, London Church Courts and Society on the Eve of the Reformation (Cambridge, Mass


Rousseau, but an empty one, to be filled by the educators. This concept originated in Humanistic and Reformation Europe, as can be seen in texts by Erasmus and Cats (Dekker, Groenendijk and Verberckmoes 2000; Cunningham 1995: ch. 3). The third image of childhood was the idea of the child marked by Original

adequate resources and support which impedes the success of their efforts. Physical spaces are insufficient or lacking, no research is undertaken, there are few facilities for the children who say they feel "unless" just standing or walking around the reformation centres. The chapter includes statements by


States” (1990) 16 Human Rights Quarterly 202, 218–221. 9 See generally, An-Na’im, A. A., Toward an Islamic Reformation: Civil Liberties, Human Rights, and International Law (Syracuse, 1990); An-Na’im, A. A., “The Rights of Women and International Law in the Muslim Context” (1987) 9 Whittier Law Review

Llifen Palacios Nunez and Anna Copeland

prisoners the essential aim of which shall be their reformation and social rehabilitation’. In the cat , Article 16 (1) states that – [e]ach State Party shall undertake to prevent in any territory under its jurisdiction other acts of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment which do not

Children’s Rights and the Crisis of Rapid Urbanisation

Exploring the United Nations Post 2015 Sustainable Development Agenda and the Potential Role for unicef’s Child Friendly Cities Initiative

Karen Malone

reformation of their cities. Equitable Child Friendly Cities Identifying and addressing issues of equity and representation is identified as critical to the new sustainability agenda (Save the Children, 2012, United Nations, 2013); it has also always been core to the work of cfci globally. In a


measures alternative to institu- tional confinement for the treatment of such mothers; (c) State Parties must ensure that a mother should not be imprisoned with her child; (d) death sentence should not be imposed on such mothers; (e) the essential aim of the penitentiary system should be the reformation

Adair Dyer

-Na'im, author of Toward an Islamic Reformation. Civil liberties, human rights, and international law (The American University in Cairo Press, 1992), as interviewed in NRC Handelsblad, 10 April 1993, Zaterdags Bijvoegsel, p. 1. 292 The spread of international transport throughout the world and the reduc

Robert Johnson

’s declared aim of the administration of juvenile justice is the young person’s “reformation, re-integration into his or her family and social rehabilitation” (article 17.3), and is arguably preferable to and clearer than the crc ’s reference to the mere “desirability of promoting the child’s reintegration

Cyndi Banks

the statements and admissions made during such conferences inadmissible in any court and the proceedings may not be published. Th e principal aims of the Juvenile Justice System are set out as: (a) reformation, social rehabilitation and reintegration of the child, while emphasizing indi- vidual