Children's Political Representation: The Right to Make a Difference

  title={Children's Political Representation: The Right to Make a Difference},
  author={Anandini Dar and John Wall},
  journal={The International Journal of Children's Rights},
While children's rights have made significant gains in recent decades, children and youth continue to wield relatively little power in determining the nature of their societies' rights as such. This article sets out to explore what it might mean for children to enjoy genuine political representation. While it is often acknowledged that children should possess political rights to participation, voice, and citizenship, we argue that there is a need also for their more specific right to… Expand
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