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Inhaltsangabe: Within the sphere of law it is the recognition of its subjects, private or official individuals, private or public entities, and states which has been the most prominent facet of national or international relations. The dominance of the question of recognition has led to the development of the law and the maintenance of its provisions. In other words, rights imply recognition, and recognition implies the legal permission to use certain rights. Obviously, the legal effect of recognition is limited if rights are not implemented completely or appropriately. Thus, the complexity one may expect of a legal issue is not just how to deal with the relevant issue in a court of justice, but how to prove that the machinery of justice does not own or use the appropriate documents necessary for the examination of the issue. This is because recognition is acknowledgment of an existing state of the subject of the law or the legal personality that has been granted by adoption or ratification of law nationally, regionally or internationally. Consequently, when we formulate law about children or their rights and interests, we implicitly or explicitly infer their existence. This is merely a declaration of their recognition. This book on the rules of law for the protection of children brings together all international documents which are significant to the protection of the rights of children. The introduction to each document presented in the book demonstrates that there is not necessarily any particular need to prove the legal existence of children's rights. They obviously exist with full rights, but the implementation of those rights is indeed not so easy. In addition, as a matter of principle, we must not forget that the natural personality of each child has not been created by national, regional or international documents, but on their very existence within our global environment, constituting the human beings of their own age.
Über den Autor: Distinguished Visiting Professor Farhad Malekian is the founder and director of the Institute of International Criminal Law, Uppsala, Sweden. He was already in the twentieth century recognized as leader and one of the most distinguished publicists in the field of international criminal law who has significantly contributed to the advancement of world community values and expectations. [Over A Century of Dedication to Criminal Justice and Human Rights; Crimes Against Humanity (Cherif Bassiouni, 1997, 1992)]. Malekian is the author of outstanding major treatises (Ohio State University), a considerable number of books and articles which have been an integral part of reading literature in different universities. He is known for his enthusiastic lectures and dynamic presentations. (Cornell Law School, 2005) Professor and Dr of Laws Kerstin Nordlof is a distinguished leading authority in defending children's rights in the Nordic countries and an expert in criminal and criminal procedure law in Sweden. Her research interests also include international law and social law, with a particular focus on children's rights before the criminal justice system. She is engaged in questions about the trafficking of women and children. Nordlof has also been an adjunct judge in the Court of Appeal in Stockholm.
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