This series of studies on child law and children’s rights seeks to provide timely and high-quality analyses of all issues relating to the interface of children and adolescents with their surrounding societies. The focus is on legal research results, but multi-disciplinary child-right-related studies also have an obvious place in the series. The diversity of contributions will be maintained by including scholarly works by academics and scholars from all geographical areas.
General Editor: Pernilla Leviner (Stockholm University)
Philip Alston (New York University)
Ursula Kilkelly (University College Cork)
Yanghee Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
Marta Santos Pais (United Nations)
Kirsten Sandberg (University of Oslo)
Julia Sloth-Nielsen (University of the Western Cape and Leiden University)