Treaties and conventions -- International customary law -- General principles of law recognized by civilized nations -- Judicial decisions and writings of publicists
Sampling of relevant international agreements:
Additional international agreements can be found using a variety of tools, including the EISIL database in its International Human Rights - Rights of the Child subcategory, secondary sources (books, articles) and international organization sites. For more about researching treaties, see Guide to Researching Treaties in the UGA Law Library
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights - maintains database of human rights treaties and treaty body jurisprudence
International Labour Organisation on child labor
International Committee of the Red Cross - children as protected persons in war
African Child Rights Database - Provided by the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, this database is a collection of judgments from domestic courts in various African countries on cases related to the rights and welfare of children.
Humanium - NGO
Child Rights Connect - NGO, includes list of related NGOs
International Justice Resource Center: Children's Rights Research Guide - lists major relevant treaties, enforcement bodies, and a subject listing of important case law.
Library of Congress Research Guide on Children's Rights: International and National Law and Policy - 2007 report includes annotated list of international agreements and other documents as well as individual country reports for 16 countries.
Scholarly Writing: Ideas, Examples, and Execution
KF250 .C528 2012 RESERVE
Georgia Law's Student Handbook, including section on Advanced Writing Requirement.
Online guide to Research Strategies for Seminar Papers from Georgetown Law.
Additional available items, including eBooks, can be found using our online catalog, GAVEL.
Try a subject search of "children (international law)" or a keyword search using terms specific to your paper topic.