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Real people, real problems: children left without human rights? : the influence and relevance of childrens human rights on the economic, social and cultural rights of refugee children
Central to this thesis is the question what protection is afforded to refugee children under the international refugee system and the international human rights system. Both the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Refugee Convention afford protection to refugee children, and the implementation of the latter is guided by the former. The holistic and comprehensive character of the CRC brings up the question how the permitted limitation of economic, social and cultural rights to thedoi:10.25330/390 fatcat:4bcvk2anrvb4nbcfnklaaze77q