Social inclusion - rethinking the children's rights agenda
This extensive paper draws the links between human rights for young children, full citizenship, social inclusion and solidarity. It particularly focuses on children with disabilities, racial minorities and children living in poverty. Canada
Understanding social inclusion
People with disabilities are leading the way in calling for approaches based on social inclusion and valued recognition to deliver what human rights claims alone cannot. Canada
The right of disabled children to inclusion
The Convention on the Rights of the Child makes special mention of disabled children in Article 23. However, it is important to remember that every article in the Convention which refers to 'the child' applies also to the disabled child. United Kingdom
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