Why are children mostly unqualified in peacemaking? And, how might this be transformed?
Click to see Study and Blog Stream on the Law of Peace(making) and Children’s International Human Rights.
(Flickr Picture, Chris Linag)
Intra-Syrian Talks, Politicking and Possibility for the Invisible 43%
Click to see Blog Stream on the Law of Peace(making) and Syria's Invisible 43%.
(UNICEF Picture, Anon., Child)
Are the thematic Security Council Resolutions on children in their best interests? To what extent do they qualify children's standing as subjects of human rights? And how might this be strengthened?
Click to see Blog Stream (and Paper) on the UN Security Council Resolutions on Children and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
(UN Picture, Mark Garten)
On the Juridical — and Meta-Juridical — Imperatives to Protect Schools as Safe Spaces of Learning
Click to see Blog Stream on Education Rights in Emergencies and Armed Conflict.
(Picture, Marcus Bleasdale)
On 'the Malala' in Each and Every Child
Click to see Blog Posting on Malala and the Post-Postcolonial Child.
(UNICEF Picture, Shehzad Noorani)
What is the content and scope of the Right to have Rights? What rights are expressive of this right? And why is it — above for example more corporeal rights — so fundamental?
Click to see Working Papers on the Law of Peace(making) and the Right to have Rights.
(UN Picture (of Art. 7, UDHR), Yacine Ait Kaci (Yak).)
Eights Ways International Human Rights Law Supports Children's Survival and Flourishing
Click to see forthcoming Stream on Streaming Children’s Rights.
(Picture, Defence for Children International-Palestine).