The Children’s Rights Knowledge Centre (KeKi) aims to gather,
make available, disseminate and stimulate
knowledge about children’s rights.
Children's rights contain an important international dimension. In legal terms, one has the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its corresponding Optional protocols, as well as other UN-mechanisms. Also thematically, social problems affecting children and young people often do not remain within the borders of a single country. KeKi researches and trains professionals about children's rights themes at the intersection of the global and the local, such as poverty, migration, armed conflict, etc. A multidisciplinary approach is key here.
Children's rights handbook
Reports and selected papers from the international course on children's rights and human rights & development