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Doing right by children. Making the most of children's rights in the family and juvenile justice
This publication makes the case for a consistent rights-based approach to all law, policy and practice affecting children, and explores in depth the implications of a children's rights approach to the family and to juvenile justice. It discusses the values and attitudes underpinning a children's rights framework and reports on good practice in a variety of settings. A must have for children's rights advocates, policy makers, managers and practitioners working with children and young people and students.£15.00 including UK postage; free to CRAE members
Published June 2011
Young children’s activity book – Convention on the Rights of the Child ** BESTSELLER **
This colourful young children’s activity book takes children – and their parents/carers – through the rights in the Convention on the Rights of the Child using different themes such as 'be the best you can be', 'be happy' and 'be safe'. It includes easy-to-use stickers and is packed with other hands-on activities. Invaluable resource for primary citizenship classes, early years workers and parenting practitioners.£4.50 each including UK postage
Set of five £20 including UK postage
Published 2006; reprinted 2010
State of Children's Rights in England 2012 - CRAE's annual publication ** BESTSELLER **
In-depth though easy-to-read analysis of the extent to which law, policy and practice in England is complying with recommendations made by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child on the UK. A must-have publication for Parliamentarians and other policy makers, professionals working with children and young people, students and campaigners.£20.00 including UK postage; free to CRAE members
Published January 2013
Ready Steady Change participation training materials
** BESTSELLER **
This innovative training pack includes two comprehensive training handbooks for use with adult decision-makers and children and young people, a 45-minute DVD and promotional materials. Detailed handouts cover ‘rights and the law’, ‘messages from research’ and an ‘A to Z of participation’. The pack was funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families and developed with contributions from over 40 organisations and 100 individuals.£75.00 including UK postage
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