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Children and the law
Thomas Egbert James
|Contributions||Morrison, Charles A.|
Vulnerability is commonly cited as a reason why children should not receive rights, or at least not the same rights as adults. We are told that if the law were to give children the same rights as adults we would see more exploitation of children, not less. Plenty of authors have criticized the way that the law and media have presented children as being vulnerable. Children’s books burn, courtesy of the federal government. It’s hard to believe, but true: under a law Congress passed last year aimed at regulating hazards in children’s products, the federal government has now advised that children’s books published before should not be considered safe and may in many cases be unlawful to sell or distribute.
The Tuttle Twins series helps you introduce these ideas to your children and have meaningful family discussions about them. Learn More. Ethan and Emily learn about law, liberty, and limited government. Unlike any other book, this story helps children learn what individual rights are and how true laws help protect them from bad guys. Representation of children is covered throughout the book. Also treated for comparative purposes are several relevant international law issues, including the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, international child labor, and U.S. tobacco exports. Imprint: West Academic Publishing Series: Nutshells.
This report by the Law Library of Congress provides information on children's rights in international law and sixteen nations including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Iran, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, Nicaragua, Russia, and the United Kingdom. Children usually go to court because of cases involving their family. It could be a criminal case, where someone is charged with a crime. Or it could be a family law case if a mother and father need the judge to decide something. Sometimes it is a case where someone in the family hurt someone else in the family. These cases are hard for everyone.
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