From Innocents to Agents

Children and Children's Rights in New Zealand
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'From innocents to agents' is a timely analysis of the rise of children's rights in New Zealand. It examines the evolution from a nineteenth century understanding of children as 'innocents' needing protection within families, and where state involvement was minimal, to a more contemporary view of children as 'empowered…

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