Oxford Children's Rights Network Podcasts
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Seminars and other events on children's rights, produced by the Oxford Children's Rights Network
||CleanSeminar: The Best Interests of the Child Principle as an Independent Source of International Protection with Jason Pobjoy||The Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the best interests principle codified in Article 3 in particular, is playing an increasingly significant role in decisions involving the admission or removal of a child from a host State. The talk will disc||4/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeminar: “Interrogating Children’s Rights to Participate in Public Decision-Making” with Laura Lundy||Children’s right to participate in public-decision making is now well established in theory and in law. In practice, the right remains elusive with barriers to its realisation often linked to a lack of time or resources and/ or the capacity of both ad||2/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeminar: “Children’s Rights and the Vulnerability of the Child” with Jonathan Herring||Those who argue that children should not have the same rights as adults typically emphasise the vulnerability of children. It is commonly argued that their vulnerability provides a powerful reason why children need to be protected from harms in ways adu||2/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|