Innocenti Studies Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child: Resource mobilization in low-income countries. Summary AUTHOR(S) James R. Himes; Diana Saltarelli Published: 1996 Innocenti Studies This Innocenti Study focuses on the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as it relates to children’s basic economic and social rights in developing countries in terms of the obligations placed by the Convention on both States and the international community. A key proposition is that working effectively for children’s rights involves many of the same strategies and implementation methods that have proved successful in numerous development efforts worldwide. The rights approach is inherently more concerned with issues of equity, non-discrimination and social justice, but it cannot afford to neglect the challenge of resource mobilization. And in this regard our conception of societal ‘resources’ must be extended beyond the limited finances of governments to encompass human, technological, cultural and organizational capabilities. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 46 | Thematic area: Convention on the Rights of the Child | Tags: child development, children's rights, convention on the rights of the child, economic and social development, implementation of the crc | Publisher: UNICEF ICDC, Florence × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION James R. Himes; Diana Saltarelli 1996 Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child: Resource mobilization in low-income countries. Summary. , pp. 46.