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Children, Autonomy and the Courts

Beyond the Right to be Heard

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In this book Aoife Daly reframes the status of children where courts decide their best interests, arguing that the Convention on the Rights of the Child ‘right to be heard’ is insufficient, and that autonomy should instead be the focus.

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