Cornell Law Review
The latter part of the twentieth century saw the near-universal recognition of the idea of children's rights as human rights. At the same time, the conceptual basis for such rights remains largely under-theorized. Part of the aim of this Article is to dra
Martha Nussbaum & Rosalind Dixon, "Children's Rights and a Capabilities Approach: The Question of Special Priority," 97 Cornell Law Review 549 (2012).
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