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Kišūnaitė, A.; Bui, LH. (2021). Operationalising children’s rights principles: an indicator framework for policy analysis. Revista sobre la infancia y la adolescencia. 0(20):1-21. https://doi.org/10.4995/reinad.2020.13291

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Title: Operationalising children’s rights principles: an indicator framework for policy analysis
Secondary Title: Operacionalizar los principios de los derechos del niño: un marco de indicadores para el análisis de políticas
Author: Kišūnaitė, Aida Bui, Ly Hai
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Abstract:
[EN] Despite decades-old political commitments to mainstreaming children’s rights in policy initiatives, there remains inadequacy of children’s rights-based monitoring and evaluation instruments for this progress. As an ...[+]


[ES] A pesar de los compromisos políticos de décadas de incorporar los derechos del niño en las iniciativas políticas, los instrumentos de seguimiento y evaluación basados en los derechos del niño siguen siendo inadecuados ...[+]
Subjects: Children’s rights , Policy analysis , Principles , Derechos del niño , Análisis de políticas , Principios
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento - No comercial - Sin obra derivada (by-nc-nd)
Source:
Revista sobre la infancia y la adolescencia. (eissn: 21747210 )
DOI: 10.4995/reinad.2020.13291
Publisher:
Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/reinad.2020.13291
Thanks:
Matteo Tracchi, University of Padua, Department of Political Science, Law and International Studies
Type: Artículo

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