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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are relevant to the discussion of theoretical and legal underpinnings of gender and race discrimination, at both the domestic and international level, and the discussion of children's rights. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. This 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. It demonstrates, such clear legislative measures excluding children and young persons from bringing claims of age-based discrimination.

Keywords: children's rights; gender; race discrimination



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