An Introduction to Key Debates between Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law
Chapter 8: The rights of the child
The rights of the child have been an important part of Islamic legal thinking since the very emergence of Islam. This chapter outlines the rights of the child according to Islamic law and thought and compares these conceptions to the rights of the child under international law. It identifies several areas of tension and considers how these might be addressed.
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