Children’s Rights in the Strict Sense Based on 'A Child’s Right to Respect' by Janusz Korczak

Collection Korczak Digital Repository
Description Janusz Korczak’s book entitled A Child’s Right to Respect (1929) is the subject of semantic and structural analysis in this article. The aforementioned author addressed the negatively assessed adult community with a passionate appeal to ensure a variety of rights for the child, the fundamental of which is the right to respect. He criticized the provisions of the Geneva Declaration, in which an attempt was made to formulate the rights of the child (Geneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child, 1924), as they confused the rights of the child with the obligations of adults towards her. J. Korczak formulated the rights due to a child in an explicit and implicit manner, relating them to the processes involved in their spiritual, physical, mental, and social development.
Creator Sieradzka-Baziur Bożena
Publisher Kraków: Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie
Date 2022
Rights Wolny dostęp
Format pdf/application
Language pol
Identifier ISBN 978-83-7614-541-9
Type publikacja

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Public project co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Poland "Public Diplomacy 2020: New Dimension” funding programme.

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