The History and Memory of a Children's Home for Holocaust and War Orphans (1945–1950) Gergely Kunt. The Children's Republic of Gaudiopolis The History and Memory of a Budapest Children's Home for Holocaust and War Orphans GERGELY KUNT ...
Author: Gergely Kunt
Publisher: Central European University Press
Gaudiopolis (The City of Joy) was a pedagogical experiment that operated in a post–World War II orphanage in Budapest. This book tells the story of this children’s republic that sought to heal the wounds of wartime trauma, address prejudice and expose the children to a firsthand experience of democracy. The children were educated in freely voicing their opinions, questioning authority, and debating ideas. The account begins with the saving of hundreds of Jewish children during the Siege of Budapest by the Lutheran minister Gábor Sztehlo together with the International Red Cross. After describing the everyday life and practices of self-rule in the orphanage that emerged from this rescue operation, the book tells how the operation of the independent children’s home was stifled after the communist takeover and how Gaudiopolis was disbanded in 1950. The book then discusses how this attempt of democratization was erased from collective memory. The erasure began with the banning of a film inspired by Gaudiopolis. The Communist Party financed Somewhere in Europe in 1947 as propaganda about the construction of a new society, but the film’s director conveyed a message of democracy and tolerance instead of adhering to the tenets of socialist realism. The book breaks the subsequent silence on “The City of Joy,” which lasted until the fall of the Iron Curtain and beyond.
Implementing the Children's Republic in the newly built orphanage Dom Sierot in Krochmalna Street proved a hard task. Being transferred from their former shelter into the new, magnificent house, they found it difficult to settle in the ...
Author: Ursula Kilkelly
The articles in this volume shed light on some of the major tensions in the field of children?s rights (such as the ways in which children?s best interests and respect for their autonomy can be reconciled), challenges (such as how the CRC can be made a reality in the lives of children in the face of ignorance, apathy or outright opposition) and critiques (whether children?s rights are a Western imposition or a successful global consensus). Along the way, the writing covers a myriad of issues, encompassing the opposition to the CRC in the US; gay parenting: Dr Seuss?s take on children?s autonomy; the voice of neonates on their health care; the role of NGO in supporting child labourers in India, and young people in detention and more.
The children's self-rule was expressed in mediating a whole array of organizational responsibilities that shaped community life —participating in governing and running the Children's Republic, finding solutions to numerous challenges, ...
Author: Tatyana Tsyrlina-Spady
Publisher: Myers Education Press
Nurture, Care, Respect, and Trust is the first collection of interdisciplinary and logically interconnected papers from nationally and internationally acclaimed researchers in philosophy, psychology, history of education, teacher training, educational leaders and practitioners, child advocates, and educators who have been motivated by the philosophy and pedagogy of Dr. Janusz Korczak (1878-1942), a world famous moral exemplar and champion of children’s rights. The book provides answers to timely questions of how to respect children’s rights in K-12 schools, community centers, summer camps, and colleges; how to create an atmosphere of trust and safety, and provide social-emotional learning in the classroom; how to become a genuine child advocate; and how to support growing child agency. It also tells the story of Korczak, his life, and the lives of the children in his charge. Nurture, Care, Respect, and Trust details how Korczak’s legacy encourages and stimulates new projects and spreads around the world. The volume serves as a rich resource of practical materials for teachers and university instructors, introducing a number of innovative lesson plans, examples of students’ works, and school projects inspired by Korczak’s pedagogy.
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Her titles included Vice President of Argentina, First Lady, Spiritual Leader of the Nation of Argentina, and the founder of the Children's Republic. Children's Republic? The República de los Niños was a miniature city where all the ...
Author: Jamie Frater
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Features lists that cover a broad range of subjects including bizarre births, weird jobs, crazy diets, strange phobias, historical oddities, religious scandals, ridiculous criminal acts, and weird superstitions.
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Rooted in the early Republic, jacqueline S. Reinier's research shows how the junction of history and childhood studies can tell us something new about each. The founders and their successors, Reinier writes, developed “the staggering ...
Author: Anna Mae Duane
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Category: Social Science
Like the occupants of the children's table at a family dinner, scholars working in childhood studies can seem sidelined from the "adult" labor of humanities scholarship. The Children's Table brings together scholars from architecture, philosophy, law, and literary and cultural criticism to provide an overview of the innovative work being done in childhood studies—a transcript of what is being said at the children's table. Together, these scholars argue for rethinking the academic seating arrangement in a way that acknowledges the centrality of childhood to the work of the humanities. The figure we now recognize as a child was created in tandem with forms of modernity that the Enlightenment generated and that the humanities are now working to rethink. Thus the growth of childhood studies allows for new approaches to some of the most important and provocative issues in humanities scholarship: the viability of the social contract, the definition of agency, the performance of identity, and the construction of gender, sexuality, and race. Because defining childhood is a means of defining and distributing power and obligation, studying childhood requires a radically altered approach to what constitutes knowledge about the human subject. The diverse essays in The Children's Table share a unifying premise: to include the child in any field of study realigns the shape of that field, changing the terms of inquiry and forcing a different set of questions. Taken as a whole, the essays argue that, at this key moment in the state of the humanities, rethinking the child is both necessary and revolutionary. Contributors: Annette Ruth Appell, Sophie Bell, Robin Bernstein, Sarah Chinn, Lesley Ginsberg, Lucia Hodgson, Susan Honeyman, Roy Kozlovsky, James Marten, Karen Sánchez-Eppler, Carol Singley, Lynne Vallone, John Wall.
Battle - Hymn of the Republic . Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord ; He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored : He hath loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible swift swordHis truth ...
... 649 Chicago Daily News 31 Chicherin, Georgy Vasilyevich 253 Children's Republics (Kinderrepubliken) 597 Chilehaus 656–8 China 153, 228, 649, 703 Christaller, Walter 203 Christian Democracy 681 Christian Democratic Union, CDU 17, ...
Author: Nadine Rossol
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Weimar Republic was a turbulent and pivotal period of German and European history and a laboratory of modernity. The Oxford Handbook of the Weimar Republic provides an unsurpassed panorama of German history from 1918 to 1933, offering an indispensable guide for anyone interested in the fascinating history of the Weimar Republic.
Let the words ascend From mother's lips who teach the children's prayer ; Live the Republic ! Let the watchman send It from the ramparts on the midnight air ; Live the Republic ! Let the thunder peal it Out from the battlements at early ...
... understood as a recognition of their right to speak and influence decisions (co-governing) concerning community life, is the self-government council and children's parliament. As the highest organ of“a children's republic”, ...
Author: Council of Europe
Publisher: Council of Europe
What does the concept of the best interests of the child mean in practice? How should it be interpreted and applied? This publication sheds lights on different aspects of this concept. The concept of the best interests of child, as stated in Article 3.1 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, has caused many controversies and debates amongst policy makers, experts and practitioners. Although central to a child’s full enjoyment of his or her rights, the meaning of the concept in practice and how it should be interpreted and applied, is still part of today’s debate. The Belgian Authorities and the Council of Europe organised on 9 and 10 December 2014 a conference on “The best interests of the child - A dialogue between theory and practice” to provide an opportunity for actors involved in decisions that have an impact on children’s lives to share knowledge and enhance the understanding of the concept of the child’s best interest. Featuring in this publication are the 21 different viewpoints presented during the conference on the concept of the best interests of the child. They are divided into four chapters namely those presenting general reflections of the concept; assessing, determining and monitoring best interests; using the concept in different environments; and understanding the concept in family affairs. All viewpoints agree on the fact that there is no comprehensive definition of the concept, and that its vagueness has resulted in practical difficulties for those trying to apply it. Some suggest that the best interest should therefore only be used when necessary, appropriate and feasible for advancing children’s rights, whereas others see the flexibility of the concept as its strong point. Through their different interpretations and analysis, this publication offers a solid contribution to the overall understanding of the concept of the best interests of child, necessary to improving and safeguarding children’s rights overall.
Alexander Sutherland Neill's children's republic - school at Summerhill , founded in 1921 , was perhaps the most influential and definitely the most long - lived of these experiments . His publications had an enduring influence on the ...
Author: Thomas Van der Walt
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Literary Criticism
A collection of scholarly essays on the topics of change and renewal in children's literature.
... now and in the future.101 Using the Ottoman past, and in particular, its errors (as seen from a republican perspective) was a means of garnering children's appreciation of the benefits of the contemporary republic.
Author: B. Fortna
An exploration of the ways in which children learned and were taught to read, against the background of the transition from Ottoman Empire to Turkish Republic. This study gives us a fresh perspective on the transition from empire to republic by showing us the ways that reading was central to the construction of modernity.
For a further discussion of Goodrich, see Katherine Pandora, “The Children's Republic of Science in the Antebellum Literature of Samuel Griswold Goodrich and Jacob Abbott,” Osiris 24 (2009): 75–98, and Katherine Pandora, “'There was a ...
Author: Carin Berkowitz
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Winner, Outstanding Academic Title 2017, Choice Magazine The nineteenth century witnessed a dramatic shift in the display and dissemination of natural knowledge across Britain and America, from private collections of miscellaneous artifacts and objects to public exhibitions and state-sponsored museums. The science museum as we know it—an institution of expert knowledge built to inform a lay public—was still very much in formation during this dynamic period. Science Museums in Transition provides a nuanced, comparative study of the diverse places and spaces in which science was displayed at a time when science and spectacle were still deeply intertwined; when leading naturalists, curators, and popular showmen were debating both how to display their knowledge and how and whether they should profit from scientific work; and when ideals of nationalism, class politics, and democracy were permeating the museum’s walls. Contributors examine a constellation of people, spaces, display practices, experiences, and politics that worked not only to define the museum, but to shape public science and scientific knowledge. Taken together, the chapters in this volume span the Atlantic, exploring private and public museums, short and long-term exhibitions, and museums built for entertainment, education, and research, and in turn raise a host of important questions, about expertise, and about who speaks for nature and for history.
Quotes in parenthesis were taken from the Children's Act, 1998 (Act 560). 18. For administrative and supervisory ... Republic of Ghana's Report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child 1997—2003. Ghana News Agency (2009) 'G-MAP ...
Author: Robert Kwame Ame
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Social Science
This book examines Ghana's implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Ghana's commitment to the Convention which she was the first country to ratify is explored in a series of studies and analyses on child rights promulgations and programs. The book further discusses the challenges the country faces in her efforts of protecting children's rights while providing an insight into future directions for continued support of children's rights.
CHILDREN'S FRIEND SOCIETY : Account and Plan of the Children's Friend Society . ( in 42. ) CHILE , REPUBLIC OF : - CHILDREN , FEMALE , PROTECTION OF : 1857-8 . V. 125 Bill to amend the Statute 9 Geo . 4. c . 31. ( 91. ) ...
It strikes one also as being delightfully illustrative of the power of the children's republic that the places ... it appears that a dressed ones attended by their nurses or relalittle republican sees no reason why he or she tives ...
THE BEGGARS ; or , the Founders of the Dutch Republic . With Four Illustrations . Crown 8vo , handsomely bound in cloth , 3s . 6d . " Mr. de Liefde's Beggars ' is a piece of genuine historical romance , full of incident , and not ...