3 edition of Children"s Rights and Childhood Policies in Europe: New Approaches? found in the catalog.
by Council of Europe
Written in English
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Children's Rights and Childhood Policies in Europe: New Approaches?: Proceedings [Of] Closing Conference of the Childhood Policies Project, Leipzig, 3: Council Of Europe: Books - Author: Council Of Europe.
Get this from a library. Children's rights and childhood policies in Europe: new approaches?: proceedings [of] Closing conference of the Childhood Policies Project, Leipzig, 30 May - 1 June [Childhood Policies Project.; Council of Europe.;].
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