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How municipalities are working with child rights

The Child Rights Institute organized a meeting last week to highlight the importance of the Convention on the Rights of the Child for municipal activities.

Simrishamn's, Kristianstad's and Trelleborg's municipalities shared how they are working with the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), as well as which challenges they see ahead. After the presentations there was a discussion about how research and practice can cooperate and exchange experiences.

The Child Rights Institute is a network of researchers at Lund University and a research cluster here at the Sociology of Law Department.

Learn more about Child Rights Institute here on the Sociology of Law Department's website.

Learn more about our research clusters here on our website by going to /research/research-clusters

The Child Rights Institute is also planning an anthology with Child rights in practice as the theme. At the moment Lund University Centre for Languages and Literature, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Social Sciences plan to participate.

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