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Rights Streams aspires to support the process of bringing children’s standing as subjects of human rights into being in our world.

International human rights law qualifies or officially recognises children’s standing as subjects of human rights. Research suggests, in particular a probe of peace processes from a juristic, human rights and child rights perspective, children’s standing as subjects of human rights is under qualified in peacemaking and more generally. The probe’s staged findings — as developed in the Law of Peace and Children’s Human Rights — inspired the development of the project’s collection of thematic streams: Law of Peace and Syria's Invisible 43%; UN Security Council and Children's Human Rights; Law of Peace and the Right to have Rights; Malala and the Post-Postcolonial Child; Education Rights in Emergencies and Armed Conflict; Streaming Children’s Rights. Through these streams, Rights Streams aspires to share the study’s findings, offer new ways of seeing and acting — and support the process of bringing the law alive.

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