Roberta Ruggiero's research while affiliated with University of Geneva and other places

Publications (9)

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‘Call in an assembly to make sure what the child said or did with people in the assembly that do not know the child to validate whether what he did was good or bad. A proof that the assembly happened would be a paper that all the people in the assembly would sign to say they assisted it.’ (Western Europe/Other).
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‘When parents make decisions or something related to their children, they should discuss with their children and make decisions based on best interests of their children.’ (Eastern Europe)
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Article 4 deals with the nature of the States Parties’ obligations and it therefore relates ‘to all the substantive articles of the Convention’ (Rishmawi, 2006, pp. 22, 57). Together with Articles 42 and 44(6), it comprises the heading ‘General Measures of Implementation’ in the States Parties’ periodic reports (Hodgkin et al., 2007, p. 47; Rishmaw...
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‘There would be places of worship and religious texts from a variety of religions in each municipality.’ (Western Europe/Other)
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‘By promoting the differences through accepting their holidays, respecting their important days, celebrating important days connected with their tradition and culture.’ (Eastern Europe)
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‘When deciding how much help and money is needed, governments should consider the particular situation of the child and family. Government should provide families with some support and money to help bring up their children. Some families will need more support and money than others. Everybody gets what they need rather than everybody gets the same....
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‘Governments should help them to do so. For me, States should put in place means to help parents and their children. For example, suppose there are six children in a house with two bedrooms, we should help them move to a social house with six bedrooms. We have to look at all this in relation to the situation of children.’ ( Western Europe/Other )
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This open access book presents a discussion on human rights-based attributes for each article pertinent to the substantive rights of children, as defined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). It provides the reader with a unique and clear overview of the scope and core content of the articles, together with an analysi...