We spoke recently with Barbara Woodhouse, the Director of the University of Florida's Center for Children and the Law about the summit, which she attended as a delegate of the American Bar Association.
Given the seriousness of the children's concerns -- about economic, environmental,
health, human rights, child labor and child protection issues -- we asked Professor
Woodhouse if she thought the children were able to make their voices heard, despite
the intimidating nature of the setting and the fact that they were expressing
their views before the adult leadership of their countries:
Copyright © 2002, Barbara Woodhouse
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