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    What are Children's Rights?

    Children's Studies

    Children's studies represents a new interdisciplinary approach to the study of child populations based on the following set of principles:

    Based on shared principles and the foundation established by Brooklyn College, faculty at Eastern Washington University initiated the Interdisciplinary Children's Studies Program in 1996, and the University formally implemented the program in 2002. The program now offers both a bachelor of arts, ranking Eastern among the first academic institutions offering an interdisciplinary Children's Studies Program.

    Graduates of this program are pursuing work with children and families through educational organizations, social service agencies, heath care organizations, advocacy groups, public policy and legislative reform groups, juvenile justice systems, recreation an entertainment services and the media.

    Given the success of the children's studies curriculum and major, the Interdisciplinary Children's Studies Program at Eastern Washington University now wishes to formally organize and develop a Northwest Center for Children's Studies at Eastern Washington University. Such a Center would serve to enhance the well-being of child populations in the Northwest-Pacific Rim through a four-part mission, including the following elements:

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    Children's Studies
    122 Senior Hall
    Cheney, WA 99004

    phone: 509.359.4826
    fax: 509.359.6475

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