By Dr Antonella Invernizzi, Jane Williams
Providing a severe and modern method of the principal debates surrounding kid's citizenship, the authors make specific the connections among theoretical ways, felony tools, coverage implementation, the reviews of youngsters themselves, and the perform of execs who paintings with them. Unpacking kid's citizenship / Ruth Lister -- schooling for citizenship : young children as electorate and political literacy / Andrew Lockyer -- Citizenship from lower than : kid's rights and social activities / Manfred Liebel -- From chattels to electorate? 80 years of Eglantyne Jebb's legacy to kids and past / Brian Milne -- young ones as rights holders : information and scepticism / Jane Fortin -- teenagers as 'citizens' of the United international locations (UN) / Judith Ennew -- Care and keep an eye on within the building of kid's citizenship / Allison James, Penny Curtis and Joanna Birch -- adolescence, citizenship and the matter of dependence / Gill Jones -- while does citizenship start? Economics and early formative years / Priscilla Alderson -- Dilemmas in kid's participation in England / Virginia Morrow -- daily lives of operating childrens and notions of citizenship / Antonella Invernizzi -- Will legislation take into consideration teenagers? Reflections on adolescence issues / Christine Piper -- The relevance of eu Union citizenship to teenagers / Helen Stalford -- Devolution and the language of kid's rights within the united kingdom / Samantha Clutton -- Institutional aid for the UNCRC's 'Citizen baby' / Jane Williams and Rhian Croke
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New York: Simon and Schuster. Schumpeter, J. (1943) Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy. London: Allen and Unwin. Scruton, R. (1985) World Studies: Education or Indoctrination? London: Institute for European Defence and Strategic Studies. qxd 30/8/07 7:40 PM Page 32 3 Citizenship from Below: Children’s Rights and Social Movements Manfred Liebel Introduction In the social sciences, the question of children’s rights is being discussed increasingly with regard to the citizenship of children. This addresses in a general way the question whether children do not only possess rights, but also make extensive use of these, and are able to confer rights upon themselves.
What is needed is the same kind of assessment of the capacities necessary for citizenship. While there is a legitimate question concerning the competence for citizenship of babies and very young children, the literature is abound with examples of where even young children have shown themselves to be competent in the skills and capacities required for participation as citizens (Cutler and Frost, 2001; Marchant and Kirby, 2004). Moreover, as Alderson has pointed out, ‘treating children with respect can markedly increase their competence’ (1992: 175 and in this volume).
Oxford: Clarendon Press. Haydon, G. (2003) ‘Aims in citizenship education: responsibility, identity, inclusion’, in A. Lockyer, B. Crick and J. Annette (eds) Education for Democratic Citizenship: Issues of Theory and Practice, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 78–88. Kymlicka, W. (1995) Multicultural Citizenship: A Liberal Theory of Minority Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Lockyer, A. (2003) ‘The political status of children and young people’, in A. Lockyer, B. Crick and J. Annette (eds) Education for Democratic Citizenship: Issues of Theory and Practice, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.
Children and Citizenship by Dr Antonella Invernizzi, Jane Williams