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Harnessing Child Development Hardcover – Dec 1 2006


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  • Hardcover: 916 pages
  • Publisher: Isha Books (Dec 1 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8182052025
  • ISBN-13: 978-8182052024
  • Parcel Dimensions: 22.4 x 14.7 x 7.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 Kg
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The present compilation of topics constitutes a trilogy under three specific heads—Children and the culture of human rights, Right to education to the children, and Access to information. These three volumes have been devoted to children rights, education, information, no-sexual exploitation etc. Also, this pro-children literature discusses the theme very exhaustively and comprehensively in lucid style. The set will be indispensable reference tool for social workers, sociologists, child welfare agencies, NGOs, Civil liberty groups, policy makers, researchers, and the other sections of headers interested in child development. Vol. 1: Children and the Culture of Human Rights; provides a comprehensive analysis of the human rights issues of children and ways to foster their rights. Vol. 2: Children and the Rights to Education; focuses on the educational rights of children and the importance to protect these rights to achieve the millennium development goals. Vol. 3: Children and the Access to Information; deals with the indispensable role of information in children’s developmental process. About The Author:- O. P. Narayan, with a master’s degree in political science and a post-graduate diploma in social work is a renowned teacher of political science and also well-known for his research on human development. He has worked with many famous pedagogical institutions in India and abroad. He has participated in several national and international programmes and published a number of research papers, attended and conducted many workshops, seminars, symposia, etc. He is associated with many national and international human rights organizations and has sincerely devoted his life to social welfare activities. Women’s rights, child rights and rights are some of his major concerns and his commitment toward protecting the rights of child, women and socially disadvantaged people is remarkable. He is in the advisory board of many organizations which are working for the welfare of chil


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