Further bibliographic references

  • KMOP/Defence for Children Italy (2013), IMPACT Transnational Analysis
  • Roose, R. & De Bie, M. (2008), Children's rights - A challenge for social work, International Social Work 51(1) pp.37-46
  • Willems, J. C.M.  (2007), Developmental and Autonomy Rights of Children Empowering Children, Caregivers and Communities, Intersentia
  • Vandenbroeck, M. & De Bie, M. (2006), Children’s Agency and Educational Norms. A tensed negotiation, Childhood 13(1) pp.127-143
  • Parton, N. (2000), Some Thoughts on the Relationship between Theory and Practice in and for Social Work, British Journal of Social Work, 30(4) pp. 449-463.
  • Ife, J. & Fiske L. (2006), Human Rights and Community Work. Complementary Theories and Practices, International Social Work 49(3) pp. 297-308
  • Ife, J. (2001), Human Rights and Social Work. Towards Rights-Based Practice, Cambridge University Press
  • Hoyle, C. &  Bosworth, M.  (2011), Labelling the Victims of Sex Trafficking: Exploring the Borderland between Rhetoric and Reality,  Social Legal Studies vol. 20 no. 3 313-329
  • Munro, V. E. (2008), Of Rights and Rhetoric: Discourses of Degradation and Exploitation in the Context of Sex Trafficking. Journal of Law and Society, 35: 240–264.


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