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Children's Rights and Social Work.

By: Kosher, Hanita.
Contributor(s): Ben-Arieh, Asher | Hendelsman, Yael.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Rights-Based Approaches to Social Work: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (95 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319439204.Subject(s): Social policyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Children's Rights and Social WorkDDC classification: 362.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- References -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Social Work and Human Rights -- The Concept of Human Rights -- Human Rights and Social Work: An Historical Point of View -- Ethics and Values in Social Work -- Social Work Practice and Human Rights -- 2 The History of Children's Rights -- Historical Perspective -- The Pre-industrial Period -- The Industrial Period (the 19th Century up to the Mid-20th Century) -- Liberalism and Romanticism -- The Middle of the 20th Century to the Present -- International Treaties and Conventions on the Rights of the Child -- Typologies of Children's Rights -- 3 Social Work and Children's Rights: A Theoretical and Ethical View -- The History of Social Work with Children -- Protection and Provision -- Every Child Matters -- The Late 20th Century to the Present-Children as Autonomous Persons -- Why Should the Social Work Profession Be Involved in Children's Rights Practice? -- Participation as a Value in Social Work -- Participation as Basic Practice in Social Work -- Social Work as a Profession of Authority and Supervision -- 4 Social Work and Children's Rights: Implications for Practice -- Rights-Based Approach for Working with Children -- The Relevance of a Rights-Based Approach to Social Work -- Children's Rights Practice in Social Work -- Social Work and Children's Right at the Macro Level: Child Advocacy -- Child Participation as a Practice in Social Work -- What Is Child Participation? -- Why Should We Let the Child Participate? -- Models for Children's Participation -- Children's Participation as Individuals in the Child Welfare System -- Examples from Around the World -- Children's Participation in the Public Context-How Is This Relevant for Social Workers? -- Why Is It Important to Promote Children's Participation as a Group in the Public Context?.
5 Social Work and Children's Rights: Implications for Research -- Introduction -- Children's Right to Participation-Implications for Social Work Research -- Children's Participation in Social Work Research -- Appendix: Convention on the Rights of the Child -- Part I -- Part II -- Part III -- Bibliography.
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Foreword -- References -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Social Work and Human Rights -- The Concept of Human Rights -- Human Rights and Social Work: An Historical Point of View -- Ethics and Values in Social Work -- Social Work Practice and Human Rights -- 2 The History of Children's Rights -- Historical Perspective -- The Pre-industrial Period -- The Industrial Period (the 19th Century up to the Mid-20th Century) -- Liberalism and Romanticism -- The Middle of the 20th Century to the Present -- International Treaties and Conventions on the Rights of the Child -- Typologies of Children's Rights -- 3 Social Work and Children's Rights: A Theoretical and Ethical View -- The History of Social Work with Children -- Protection and Provision -- Every Child Matters -- The Late 20th Century to the Present-Children as Autonomous Persons -- Why Should the Social Work Profession Be Involved in Children's Rights Practice? -- Participation as a Value in Social Work -- Participation as Basic Practice in Social Work -- Social Work as a Profession of Authority and Supervision -- 4 Social Work and Children's Rights: Implications for Practice -- Rights-Based Approach for Working with Children -- The Relevance of a Rights-Based Approach to Social Work -- Children's Rights Practice in Social Work -- Social Work and Children's Right at the Macro Level: Child Advocacy -- Child Participation as a Practice in Social Work -- What Is Child Participation? -- Why Should We Let the Child Participate? -- Models for Children's Participation -- Children's Participation as Individuals in the Child Welfare System -- Examples from Around the World -- Children's Participation in the Public Context-How Is This Relevant for Social Workers? -- Why Is It Important to Promote Children's Participation as a Group in the Public Context?.

5 Social Work and Children's Rights: Implications for Research -- Introduction -- Children's Right to Participation-Implications for Social Work Research -- Children's Participation in Social Work Research -- Appendix: Convention on the Rights of the Child -- Part I -- Part II -- Part III -- Bibliography.

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Asher Ben-Arieh is a Professor of Social Work at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Director of the Haruv Institute in Jerusalem. He served for 20 years as the Associate Director of Israel's National Council for the Child. From 1990 to 2011 he was the founding editor-in-chief of the annual "State of the Child in Israel". He is a leading international expert on social indicators, particularly those related to child well-being. He initiated and coordinated the International Project "Measuring and Monitoring Children Well-Being", and was among the founding members of the International Society for Children Indicators (ISCI). Currently, Professor Ben-Arieh is one of the PI's of the multi-national, multi-million International Study of Children's Well-being (ISCWeB) research project. He is also the founding editor-in-chief of the Child Indicators Research journal (CIR) and the Child Well Being: Indicators and Research book series. <br> Hanita Kosher is an associate faculty member at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as of 2016. Her research interests include: children's rights; advocacy and social work; children's subjective well-being; children at-risk and child maltreatment. She had also published a few articles at scholarly journals. From 2007 to 2015 she was the head of the education centre of the National Council of the Child, which is the leading advocacy organization for children's rights in Israel. <br> <br> Yael Handelsman holds a BSW in Social-Work and a BA in Philosophy Studies, both from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Yael is currently a Master student in the MA program of Non-profit Organization Management at The Hebrew University's School of Social Work. She is writing her thesis dissertation on the topic of: "Conceptualizing Abuse and Neglect: The Child's Perspective". Alongside her academic activities, Yael serves as a research assistant at the Haruv Institute. As a social worker, Yael worked with families in the social services in Jerusalem and with youth at risk at The Kemper Group House, for youth with complex psychological difficulties that were removed from their homes. Yael volunteered for two years at the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel where she served as a group facilitator for the topic of gender and sexuality. <br>

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