Child Rights in the Community Context
Child Rights in the Community Context
Child Rights in the Community Context
Child Rights in the Community Context
Child Rights in the Community Context
Child Rights in the Community Context
Child Rights in the Community Context
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