Innocenti Publications Championing Children's Rights: A global study of independent human rights institutions for children AUTHOR(S) Vanessa Sedletzki Published: 2013 Innocenti Publications This study, globally the first comprehensive review of independent human rights institutions for children, takes stock of more than 20 years of their experience.The report provides practitioners with an extensive discussion of the issues as well as a series of regional analyses from around the world. The aim is to help readers understand the purpose and potential of independent human rights institutions for children, what it is they do and how they operate. This review covers institutions created by law or decree that are independent at least in principle. It includes institutions performing activities related to children’s rights operating at the national or local level. The report is organized into two major parts: a series of thematic chapters, drawing out lessons from practice on the distinctive principles and features underlying the function of child rights institutions; and an overview of their international development, looking at the work of institutions by region. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 326 | Thematic area: Child Protection | Tags: children's participation, children's rights, children's rights advocacy, governance, human rights, ombudsman × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION Vanessa Sedletzki 2013 Championing Children's Rights: A global study of independent human rights institutions for children. , pp. 326.