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Introduction Can the idea of human rights for children be justified? Does an answer to this question really matter? Children’s rights are, after all, already recognised in international law, most notably the Convention on the Rights of the Child. They are increasingly included in national

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights

human rights violations. Hanson and Nieuwenhuys (2013) claim that the prevalence of these approaches feed the impression amongst both scholars and policy-makers that children’s rights are those defined in the crc and that they should primarily be preoccupied with issues of implementation. Working

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights

( 2012 : 156) counter such worries: a critical approach to children’s rights is one that – ... does not consider the basic assumptions fundamental to children’s rights as ‘truths.’ Contrary, it means that we attempt to understand and interpret different social construction of children’s rights, bringing