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Child Rights in the Community Context

Child Rights in the Community Context

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The Child Rights in the Community Context magazine is for anyone who works with children and families.  

This quick-read newsletter pulls material from the Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights of interest to family support practitioners and the organizations for which they work. Find tips, suggestions, and evidence-based practices that will encourage shared accountability for children’s well-being and increase the visibility of children as individuals in your community.

In Issue 1, practitioners can learn about:

  • adopting a rights framework for action
  • how to incorporate meaningful child participation into your organization’s practices
  • “dos” and “don’ts” for supporting new Canadian families whose children may have been traumatized by war
  • the importance of children’s rights


In Issue 2, practitioners can learn about:

  • ideal learning spaces 
  • child rights facts and myths
  • child rights-based approaches (CRBA)
  • how to practice a CRBA at the community level
  • the importance of children’s rights in the context of indigenous experiences


In Issue 3, practitioners can learn about: 

  • connecting families to child vaccine information
  • a recent shift in childhood studies
  • children’s books
  • the right to play


In Issue 4 (a special issue on the rights of indigenous children), practitioners can learn about:

  • action-oriented hopes for the future of First Nations youth living in remote communities
  • information on supporting children’s rights
  • a condensed memoir of living in a residential school
  • indigenous early childhood programs
  • exemplary Inuit early childhood programs

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