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Rights of the Child

ISBN 13: 9781861688712

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It is a sad fact that children around the world are often at high risk of exploitation and abuse. This book explores why children’s rights matter and what those rights are. It also looks at the ways in which the rights of children are violated, focussing on child labour, child marriage, digital privacy, and access to education. Issues publications are intended as a photocopiable, cross-curricular educational resource exploring contemporary social issues in an accessible format, for teachers and students 11 and above (Key Stage 3 & 4). Titles in the series are designed to provide a balanced overview of a topic. The information in our books is comprised of facts, articles, and opinions from many different sources, including newspapers, website factsheets, magazine and journal articles, statistics and surveys, government reports, and literature from special interest groups. Colour illustrations, statistics, infographics, and assignment ideas help to make these books a valuable teaching resource for Key Stage 3 upwards (S1-S6 in Scotland). From abortion to bullying, human rights to drug use, Issues has around 70 publications in print and can be used across a wide range of subjects, including: PSHE & RSE, Religious Studies, Humanities, Geography, Business Studies, Media Studies, Sociology, English (for debating, critical thinking, etc.) General Studies, Citizenship, Health & Social Care, Travel & Tourism Philosophy, Ethics … and many more. 

ISBN 13: 9781861688712

Author: Danielle Lobban

Author(s) Danielle Lobban
Format Paperback
ISBN 13 9781861688712
Pages 48
ISBN 10 1861688717
Publisher Independence
Publication Date 21-10-2022
Dimensions 290 × 210 mm
Dewey 331.31
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