Children in the International Political Economy Hardback
by G. Kent
Part of the International Political Economy Series series
The first line of responsibility for children lies with their parents, but what if the parents fail to look after their children?
Who else is involved, and what should they do? Children in the International Political Economy examines the moral responsibilities of different individuals and agencies towards children and argues that some responsibilities should be codified as concrete legal duties.
If all else fails, children must look to the international community for help.
Thus international agencies should recognize specific obligations to look after the well-being of children around the world.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 260 pages, XIV, 260 p.
- Publisher: Palgrave USA
- Publication Date: 13/09/1995
- Category: Sociology
- ISBN: 9780312128708
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