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This front matter section of the book Age Discrimination and Children's Rights contains table of contents and introduction. The book starts from the philosophical premise that children are rights-holders. Implicit in this assertion is the recognition that, although rights are accorded to the child, a lack of capacity may inhibit the child from exercising his or her rights. Human rights may become enshrined in domestic legislation as a consequence of the State's legal undertakings in the international sphere.

Keywords: children's rights; human rights



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