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Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2018]
xvii, 449 stran ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-90-04-35581-1 (vázáno)
Stockholm studies in child law and children’s rights ; volume 3
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001637085
Contents // Foreword xi Preface xiii // A Child-Friendly Summary xv Acknowledgments xvi // Introduction: Children, Autonomy and the Courts: Beyond the Right to be Heard i // 1 The Argument in Favour of Prioritising Children’s Autonomy in Best Interest Proceedings i // 2 The Problem with Best Interest Proceedings 4 // 3 Introducing the Children’s Autonomy Principle 9 // 4 The Aim of this Book: Embedding Children’s Autonomy in Official Decisions 11 // 5 Overview of this Book 14 // 1 A Proposal: Replace the ‘Right to be Heard’ with a ‘Children’s Autonomy Principle’ 15 // Introduction 15 // 1 Children and Proceedings: Is Article 12 Effective or is it Just Rhetoric? 17 // 2 The Obscured Autonomy Idea in the crc 21 // 3 Let’s Talk about Autonomy Instead of a Right to be Heard 30 // 4 Do Children Want Autonomy in Proceedings? 36 // 5 Why the Text of c rc Article 12 is Flawed 43 // 6 The Right to be Heard is a Right Particular to Children: Due Process and Fair Trial Rights 58 // 7 Comparison with Legal Rights for Adults with Cognitive Impairment 63 // 8 Concluding Thoughts on the Validity of the ‘Right to be Heard’ in Proceedings 67 // 2 The Children’s Autonomy Principle and the Best Interest of the Child 71 // Introduction 71 // 1 The ‘Children’s Rights’ Age: The Legal Journey and the Best Interest Principle 73 // 2 The Best Interest Principle: Focusing on the Child 80 // Vili // CONTENTS // 3 Where Should the Limits of the Best Interest Principle Lie? 90
// 4 The Best Interest Principle in Practice 97 // 5 The Interests of Which Children? 102 // Concluding Thoughts on Autonomy in the Context of the Best Interest Principle 112 // 3 The ’Liberal Ideal: Autonomy Capacity and the Adult/Child Divide 115 // Introduction 115 // 1 Introducing Autonomy 118 // 2 What Does Autonomy’ Actually Mean? 122 // 3 Self Determination Theory: Autonomy as Crucial to Well-being 132 // 4 Is it so Obvious that Children Should be Denied Legal Autonomy? 138 // 5 What We Can Learn about Autonomy from Medical Law 146 // 6 Children’s Autonomy in Medical Law (Compared to Other Areas of Law) : A Different Ball Game? 162 // 7 Developmental Psychology and Children’s Decision-Making Abilities 175 // Conclusions on Children and Autonomy 189 // 4 Ensuring Good Processes for Children through Respect for Autonomy 192 // Introduction 192 // 1 Provision at National Level for the Right of Children to be Heard in Best Interest Proceedings: Being Heard is Not Seen as a Right 194 // 2 Providing the Opportunity to be Heard: Too Little Too Late? ’Capability’, Being Heard ’Freely’ and the Issue of Resources 208 // 3 Do Children Enjoy the Right to be Heard the Way they Wish? Representation, Judicial Interviews and Due Process 235 Concluding Thoughts on the Process of the Right to be Heard 277 // 5 ’Weighing’ Views: The Right to be Heard Does Not Allow Children to Sufficiently Influence Outcomes 280 // Introduction 280 // 1 The Right to be Heard is Not Making a Sufficient
Difference 283 // 2 The Right to be Heard Has Benefited Some Older Children 318 // 3 Younger Children’s Wishes Devalued 324 // 4 Why the Right to be Heard Gives Children Little Influence on Outcomes 325 // CONTENTS // IX // 5 Concluding Thoughts on the Inability of Children to Influence Outcomes 345 // 6 Putting the Autonomy Principle into Practice: Moving from a Focus on ‘Competence’ to One on Significant Harm 350 // Introduction 350 // 1 Justifying a Focus on Significant Harm 352 // 2 Redefining Harm: Repressing Autonomy as Harmful 355 // 3 Significant Harm in the Context of Respect for Children’s Autonomy 363 // 4 The Concern that Children Will be Pressured or Manipulated in Proceedings 372 // 5 The Complexity of Reality: Resources and Other Obstacles 380 // 6 The Process of the Children’s Autonomy Principle and Its Application 387 // Concluding Thoughts on a Focus on Significant Harm 390 // 7 Autonomy Support: Embedding the Children’s Autonomy Principle in Good Systems 393 // Introduction 393 // 1 A Dififerent Approach for Legal Systems: Children as Equals 396 // 2 Balancing Autonomy and the Integrity of the Family 404 // 3 Not Just Providing an Opportunity: Encouraging and Assisting 409 // 4 Autonomy Support: Structuring Respect 418 // 5 Systems Suitable for Autonomy Support 423 // Conclusions on Embedding the Children’s Autonomy Principle in Good Systems 431 // Conclusion 434 // 1 Recognising that Children Deserve More than a Right to be Heard 434 // 2 Prioritising
Children’s Autonomy in the Courts: Moving Beyond a Right to be Heard 436 // 3 Reframing the Best Interest Principle to Explicitly Include Autonomy 437 // 4 Respecting Families and Supporting Autonomy 439 // 5 Reframing Systems for Best Interest Proceedings 439 // Index 443

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