ALL SCREENSHOTS ARE LECTURE NOTES. Please answer ONLY two questions. Written in

ALL SCREENSHOTS ARE LECTURE NOTES.
Please answer ONLY two questions. Written in a total of 1500-2000 words.
The grade will be based on whether you refer to the required readings listed on the course syllabus, lecture notes, and online discussion. No additional research is required.
Sources must be cited in the text. The bibliography is not required.
The final exam must be sent as an attachment to the drop box on MyLS. The document must be in WORD.
Please include a separate cover page which includes your name, your student number, the course number and title,
and my name. There will be a late penalty of 2% or 0.5 of a mark out of 30% per day (including Saturday and Sunday).
Questions:
1. Shortly discuss the perceptions of children of two philosophers among, Plato, Locke, and Rousseau and
state which you think makes the most sense and why.
2. To what extent does the CRC empower children? What conceptual and practical problems exist?
3. Are child soldiers responsible for their actions?
4. Why do the experiences of girl soldiers need special attention and recognition?
5. What is novel about the CRC’s concept of children’s rights?
6. Who should have the authority to speak on behalf of children domestically and internationally?
I WOULD REALLY APPRECIATE A WELL-DETAILED ANSWER FOR ANY TWO QUESTIONS YOU DECIDE TO USE IN THIS ESSAY. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED THE DIRECT LINKS TO THESE READING
Potential readings:
R. Brian Howe (2012) “Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Canada”, in Child Rights: The Movement, International Law, and Opposition edited by Clark Butler. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, pp. 141-157
Jasmina Byrne & Patrick Burton (2017) “Children as Internet Users: How Can Evidence Better Inform Policy Debate?”, Journal of Cyber Policy, 2:1, 39-52, DOI: 10.1080/23738871.2017.1291698
➢ Alison Powell, Michael Hills and Victoria Nash (2010) “Child Protection and Freedom of Expression Online” Oxford Internet Institute Forum, Discussion Paper No. 17, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford (pp. 1-16).
Paul Clarke, Heather Heavin, Keith Walker (2010) “Racist Parenting and the Best Interests of the Child: A Legal and Ethical Analysis” Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, Issue 109
Carolyn Savoury (2012) “A Voice for “The Small”: Judicial “Meetings” in Custody and Access Disputes” Canadian Journal of Family Law 28 (2)
Helen Brocklehurst (2010) “Child Soldiers”, in Contemporary Security Studies 2nd edition, edited by Alan Collins, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 447-462
PW Singer (2006) “The New Children of Terror” in The Making of a Terrorist: Recruitment, Training, and Root Causes, edited by James J. F. Forest, Westport, Conn.: Praeger Security International, pp. 105- 119
Trevor Buck (2011) International Child Law, London; New York: Routledge, pp. 353-378
Julia O’Connell Davidson (2011) “Moving Children? Child Trafficking, Child Migration and Child Rights”, Critical Social Policy vol. XX (X), 1-24
Ursula Kilkelly (2015), “Health and Children’s Rights”, in Routledge International Handbook of Children’s Rights Studies, edited by Wouter Vandenhole, et al., Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 216-233
Joe Becker (2017), “Genital Mutilation/Cutting”, Campaigning for Children: Strategies for Advancing Children’s Rights, Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. 13-26

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