About this website

What can you expect here? There are many organisations working for children’s rights and they all have websites (some you can find under links here). So what will this website add? This website has the perspective of psychologist and educator Philip Veerman. Veerman was part of many developments: in 1970 most emotionally disturbed children in ☞ About this website

Dr. P. E. Veerman

Dr. Veerman holds degrees in psychology, education, social work and human rights. He is an expert in children’s rights, child protection, forensic psychology, history of education, international human rights, and international cooperation. He wrote a doctoral dissertation in the field on the rights of the child. In addition he did research and advocacy work (among ☞ Dr. P. E. Veerman

8th International Janusz Korczak Seminar in Geneva on May 12, 2016

Contribution at the 8th International Janusz Korczak Seminar in Geneva on May 12, 2016. On the topic "The World’s Challenge and Duty to Migrant Children according to the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the spirit of Janusz ☞ 8th International Janusz Korczak Seminar in Geneva on May 12, 2016

Book review: Article 33: Protection from Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, by Aoife Daly

Written by by Aoife Daly, University of Liverpool, School of Law and Social Justice Review of: D. Barrett and P.Veerman, "Article 33: Protection from Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances; in A. Alen, J. Vande Lanotte, E. Verhellen, F. Ang, ☞ Book review: Article 33: Protection from Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, by Aoife Daly

Michael Freeman Hamlyn lecture at UCL

It is incredible to see how Michael Freeman (introduced here by Lord Wolf) does not slow down not even by Parkinsins disease (I write this because if you watch it, it is an explanatiion of all his bodymovements). Extremely interesting content for ☞ Michael Freeman Hamlyn lecture at UCL

The Future of Children’s Rights

Edited by Michael Freeman This volume is in part intended to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. We are now a generation on from its formulation, and, as this varied collection of articles by ☞ The Future of Children’s Rights

Report of the conference “Rights of the Child in Theory and in Practice”

On Tuesday, 16 April 2013, the Center for Children's Rights in Amsterdam (CCRA) organised a conference at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, which had as its theme the "Rights of the Child in Theory and in Practice". The conference ☞ Report of the conference “Rights of the Child in Theory and in Practice”

contribution of dr Philip Veerman during the conference of april 16th 2013

If somebody had told my greatgrandparents from my mothers side, Izaak Levison (born in 1850) and Wilhelmina Levison-van Lier (born in 1849) who lived here in Amterdam opposite this building of the KNAW, the Royal Academy of Sciences (at the ☞ contribution of dr Philip Veerman during the conference of april 16th 2013

Child protection against the backdrop of globalisation

It is a great privilege and pleasure for me to contribute to this colloquium in honour of Philip Veerman. Philip and I have known each other for many years, and I have great admiration for his tremendous efforts to ensure a better life for children ☞ Child protection against the backdrop of globalisation

A critical review of the ‘Special Session’

Nearly 200 world leaders and a staggering 3,683 nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) are invited to participate in New York in the United Nations Special Session of the General Assembly on Children in September. The purpose is to reconfirm a global ☞ A critical review of the ‘Special Session’

Fighter for the rights of the child

Author: Korczak, Janusz Publication info: The Jerusalem Post (1950-1988) [Jerusalem, Israel] 14 June 1985: 17. Abstract: In 1912 a Jewish orphanage opened its doors on Krochmalnastreet in Warsaw, with room for About 100 children. In the 30 ☞ Fighter for the rights of the child

The little ruler

Author: Veerman, Philip Publication info: The Jerusalem Post (1950-1988) [Jerusalem, Israel] 15 Aug 1986: A12. ProQuest document link Abstract: THE KING was gravely ill, and his ministers discussed what to do when he died. Full text: Not ☞ The little ruler