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Ce glossaire des droits des enfants est publié comme volume d'accompagnement au Thésaurus international sur les droits des enfants, rédigé aussi par le Centre international pour le développement de l'enfant de l'UNICEF. Son but est de fournir une explication détaillée de la terminologie spécialisée utilisée dans le secteur des droits des enfants.

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Sharon Detrick
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The bibliography includes monographs, journal articles, reports and conference proceedings, and spans a broad geographical area. Entries are generally restricted to publications issued after the adoption of the Convention on 20 November 1989.

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Sharon Detrick
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The International Children’s Rights Thesaurus has been created for use in libraries and documentation centres as a tool for indexing and retrieving documents from the point of view of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

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Anne Di Lauro
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Este Tesauro está diseñado para que se use junto con el Glosario sobre los Derechos del Niño, que proporciona una guía detallada a la terminología especializada relativa a los derechos del niño y, de manera particular, a la terminología que contiene la CDN. Además, permite ver los términos relacionados de una misma temática (términos generales, términos específicos).

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Anne Di Lauro
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Le Thésaurus de la Convention relative aux droits de l'enfant (Thésaurus CDE) est un outil qui permet aux bibliothèques et aux centres de documentation d'indexer et de repérer des documents du point de vue de la Convention. Il est destiné à être employé conjointement avec le "Glossaire des droits de l'enfant" qui fournit une explication détaillée de la terminologie spécialisée de la Convention.

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Anne Di Lauro
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The paper outlines the goals, organization and methodology of one of the most authoritative attempts to monitor the situation of children and women in countries undergoing rapid social and economic change. UNICEF's MONEE project has been gathering and sharing this unique information since 1992 covering the transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

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Gaspar Fajth
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The key economic variables on which economic policy operates can all be given a child dimension. And direct measures of various dimensions of child well-being must also be brought into the picture.

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John Micklewright
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Evidence is considered on differences in access to education and in learning achievement within the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Analysis of the transition period focuses on the differences in access and achievement.

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John Micklewright
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The accession of up to 13 new members in the next decade is the most important development now facing the European Union. This paper analyses measurable differences in the well-being of children between current club members, the EU Member States, and the 10 Central and Eastern European applicants seeking admission.

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Kitty Stewart; John Micklewright
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The Report focuses on the experiences of young people during the transition. It examines the advantages and the obstacles youth encounter as they grow up in rapidly transforming societies. The Report covers a broad range of issues, including the participation of adolescents in education and of young men and women in the political lives of their nations. It examines the special problems of young people in the areas of health and in the labour market.

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