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Youth Rights & Resilience

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Youth Rights & Resilience
Christine Wekerle, Ph.D.,
Pediatrics, McMaster University
wekerc@mcmaster.ca
UN CRC:
Freedom from Violence
Right to Develop Full Potential
Right to Education (on rights)

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Youth Rights = Youth Protection
(1) Violence prevention
(2) Well-being promotion
(3) Resilience development
Necessary pre-condition is psychological and physical safety - "first, do no harm" (Carello & Butler, 2015)
Need: On-going gate-keeping
Trauma-Informed & Mental Health
(Butler, Critelli & Rinfrette, 2011):
Adverse childhood events are experienced in developmental context
Sensitivity to contexts of adversity
Youth participation
Support for
Transition
to independent decision-making power in self-care, healthy relationships, sexual health

(1) Safety
(2) Trust
(3) Partnering
(4) Appropriate Choice
(5) Distress Minimization
(6) Reinforcing Positives
(7) Resilience Priority
Trauma-informed
(3
RR
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