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Sarah M. Field

the Forum Peace and Reconciliation constituted by the Irish Government as agreed under the Interstate (British-Irish) Joint (Downing St) Declaration (Forum for Peace and Reconciliation, 1995: 40). In shaping their rights in the Children’s Charter of South Africa and the initial consultation towards a

Dilemmas and Contradictions in Hearing Children in Care Proceedings

Conceptions of Children’s Views in an Indirect Participation Arrangement

Marie Hatlelid Føleide and Oddbjørg Skjær Ulvik

not to say anything at all. Can avoid saying a single word. Josephine demonstrates a reconciliation of certain contradictions within the spokesperson mandate: that, since the arrangement is voluntary, the child should decide what goes in the report. As presented above, there is variation in the

Manfred Liebel

Principle: Towards a Reconciliation of Culture and Human Rights ” in Alston P. (ed.), The Best Interests of the Child: Reconciling Culture and Human Rights , pp. 1 – 25 ( Oxford : Clarendon Press , 1994 ). Archard D. , Children: Rights and Childhood . Third Edition

Nessa Lynch

Justice through a Children’s Rights Lens Nessa Lynch * School of Law, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Abstract Restorative justice is an alternative to the formal criminal justice system which focuses on repairing the harm caused to the victim of the off ence, eff ecting reconciliation


allegations of abuse and the reasons why it was possible for the abuse to occur. Individuals and organ- isations should be held accountable for their actions. The process should be fair, BOOK REVIEW 297 for everyone involved. The process should provide for apology and “reconciliation”, provide

Helen Stalford

eu : Issues facing migrant scientists”, Innovation , ( 2005 ) vol. 18 ( 3 ), 361 – 380 . Reconciliation of Work and Family Life Caracciolo di Torella E. and Masselot A. , Reconciliation of Work and Family Life in eu Law and Policy ( Basingstoke , Palgrave

Cyndi Banks

, reconciliation ceremonies are held following a compensation set- tlement to demonstrate publicly that the confl ict has terminated and both parties have restored relations. A ceremony restores harmony to the community and removes tensions (Swaine, 2003: 12). Th is ceremony also ensures that any agree- ment


reconciliation programmes that emerge from negotiations ignore the differential impact on and particular needs of children. The effect is to marginalize persistent problems like the rehabilitation and reintegration of child soldiers and to overlook valuable opportunities to address widespread systemic problems

Forgotten Voices in the Forgotten Conflict

The Role of Children in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Solomon Islands

Daniel Evans

Islands’ Truth and Reconciliation Commission The Solomon Islands’ trc had a difficult and long conception, largely failed to capture public attention while operational, and has had its final report shelved for over three years. 29 Carrying out its activities over roughly two years (October 2009

Michael Freeman

Choices: Making Decisions with Children , London, IPPR. Alston, P. (1994) ‘The Best Interests Principles: Towards a Reconciliation of Culture and Human Rights’, International Journal of Law and the Family , 8, 1–25. Barnes, J. (2003) ‘Intervention Addressing Infant Mental Health Problems’, Children and