Domenico Rosani

Children’s Rights in Constitution: A European Perspective

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Keywords: Comparative law, children’s rights, fundamental rights, European Constitutions

Long rarely investigated, the inclusion of children’s rights in constitutions has received renewed interest in recent years. Although the focus is frequently on Germany and the planned reform of its Basic Law, Europe’s other German-speaking countries have much more experience in this regard. The contribution analyses the specific provisions for children enshrined in the constitutions of Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany and Italy, taking account of relevant discussions in scholarship and jurisprudence. The comparative analysis highlights crucial discussion points and identifies cornerstones of any meaningful constitutional provision on children’s rights

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