|Description:||The series focuses on the interface between childhood studies and inter- national development. Children and young people often feature as targets of development or are mobilized as representing the future in debates on broader development problems such as climate change. Increased atten- tion to children in international development policy and practice is also fuelled by the near universally ratified United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the recently adopted Sustainable Development Goals.|
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