Advancing a Child Rights Informed Approach to Antislavery Policy and Practice
This systematic evidence review will examine the intersections between two distinct, and traditionally separate, fields of academic research – children’s rights and modern slavery – to take understandings of both fields in new directions and deliver new theoretical insights that will help reshape practice. It will demonstrate the value of applying the child rights framework to tackling modern slavery. This project will provide evidence and guidance to support policy and research, delivering meaningful research to contribute to the broader evidence-base on a child-rights informed approach to addressing modern slavery and child labour.
legal framework, children’s rights, governance, child work/labour, child exploitation, autonomy/protection, social norms/attitudes towards child labour/work, child participation and empowerment
legal framework, social norms/attitudes towards child labour/work, child participation and empowerment