Law of Peace(making) and Children's Right to have Rights


Working Paper Series

S. M. Field, Law of Peace(making) and the Right to have Rights, Working Paper 1, (July, 2017), [Abstract].

S. M. Field, Law of Peace(making) and the Extremity of Children's Invisibility, Working Paper 2  (July, 2017), [Abstract].

S. M. Field, Law of Peace(making) and Children's Right to have Rights, Working Paper 3 (July, 2017), [Abstract]. Cf. 'Law of peacemaking and transforming children's invisibility', Blog of Groningen Journal of International Law (August 22, 2017); 'Law of peacemaking and the promise of a new beginning for children' OxHRH Blog (October 23, 2016), cross-posted IntLawGrrls (October 28, 2016). 

S.M. Field, Intra-Syrian talks, Politicking and Possibility for the Invisible 43%, Working Paper 4 (January 2017), [Abstract]; Paper Presented at the Third International Multi-Disciplinary Conference on Children and War (Salzburg, July 13-15, 2016).  

Related Investigations

S. M. Field, Re-Imagining Peace Processes with Children (Cambridge Open Book Publishers, forthcoming 2017), Chapter 7Cf. Silvia Carolina Parra Semolina, 'Re-Imaginando Procesos de Paz con Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes'  Boletín Pútchipu 27:10-11 (December 2014), [Summary of Chapter 7 in Spanish]; and Informing the Legal Promise of Respect for Children's Views in Decision-Making towards Peace Agreements (PhD Thesis, University College Cork, Ireland, 2012). 

S. M. Field 'Syria's Invisible 43%'  Rights-Streams Blog Series (January and March 2014; and February 2016), courtesy of OxHRH,  CCJHR and IntlawGrrls.

S. M. Field 'Unintended Vulnerability and the Security Council'  Rights-Streams Blog Series (October and November 2015), courtesy of IntLawGrrls. 

S. M. Field, 'UN Security Council Resolutions relating to Children: In Whose 'Best Interest'?' The International Journal of Children's Rights 1: 127-161 (2013).