By Manfred Liebel
Kid's paintings is at the elevate in all components of the area, together with the prosperous international locations of Europe and North the USA, and is heavily associated with the strategies of globalization. it may tackle generally differing kinds and will damage young children, but in addition gain them. This book's strategy is special: it endeavors to appreciate operating young ones, and their methods of residing and appearing, from their very own viewpoint. it truly is drawn to the kid's personal stories and hopes, specially their makes an attempt to talk out in public and to struggle jointly opposed to exploitation and discrimination. It indicates that kids usually see and assessment their paintings another way from adults, and that measures directed opposed to kid's paintings usually are not continually within the pursuits of the kids. It argues for a brand new, subject-oriented strategy in facing kid's paintings, which takes account of socio-cultural contexts, either in concept and perform.
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Doubt is growing as to whether it makes sense to regard children only as victims. This way of seeing things, which often coincides with the view of children as dependants, blocks ‘perception of what orphans perform in the ﬁelds of work, care, family support, psychological adaptation, etc. They attend school under difﬁcult conditions. Girls … manage whole families, boys help out with the ﬁeld work and take on unfamiliar domestic chores. From this viewpoint the children and adolescents are not “needy victims”, but people with equal rights, speciﬁc interests and needs, and their own initiatives’ (Madörin 1999).
They are, for one thing, proof that children can take their interests and rights into their own hands even under difﬁcult conditions, and at the same time show how under favourable conditions children can develop as social subjects. Meanwhile, the discussion of the ‘social subject’ and the manner in which its nature manifests itself in the children’s organizations depend on certain social and cultural conditions. The working children’s organizations generally come into being in an urban context and under the inﬂuence of the spread (in the media and in education) of ‘new’ ideas about individual and social ‘human rights’ in general and about such rights for children in particular.
4 The foundation of the International Working Group on Child Labour (IWGCL), which was supported by several NGOs, was also important. It has carried out surveys in numerous countries in the South and North which have promoted a differentiated view of children’s work taking into account the cultural context (see IWGCL 1998).
A Will of Their Own: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Working Children by Manfred Liebel
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