I diritti dell’infanzia e dell’adolescenza alla prova durante la pandemia

Journal title PRISMA Economia - Società - Lavoro
Author/s Claudia Caprari , Laura Trucchia
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2022/1-2 Language Italian
Pages 22 P. 115-136 File size 301 KB
DOI 10.3280/PRI2022-001010
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Three years into the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers can now assess some key elements that have emerged from the global situation, focusing on Italian peculiarities. The analysis provides a multidimensional picture of critical issues relating to poverty, health, education, disability, technology and violence – all areas where children’s rights have been compromised or violated. Legally, attention to children’s rights is now high at multiple levels, from international treaties to European Union law to Italy’s national legislation. However, to what extent have children’s rights in Italy actually been protected for adolescents during the pandemic, and how has the situation evolved even today? The combination of multidimensional critical issues and legal frameworks demanding protection suggests an urgent need for research evaluating the pandemic’s long-term impacts on children’s rights and wellbeing in Italy. Filling this knowledge gap could help prioritize interventions, policies and resources to secure children’s rights now and into the future.

Keywords: childhood and adolescence; pandemic; rights; school

Claudia Caprari , Laura Trucchia, I diritti dell’infanzia e dell’adolescenza alla prova durante la pandemia in "PRISMA Economia - Società - Lavoro" 1-2/2022, pp 115-136, DOI: 10.3280/PRI2022-001010