Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, “The issue of private service provision in the United Nations human rights system”.
Luigi Citarella, member of the Committee on the Rights of the Child, “International responsibility and privatization”.
Paul Hunt, Rapporteur of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights； Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health； Director of the Human Rights Centre, University of Essex, UK, “The international human rights treaty obligations of States parties in the context of service provision”.
World Vision International, “Preventing the privatization of responsibility： the need to build regulatory linkages between State commitments and providers of services”.
Save the Children (Sweden)， “Social service provision through civil society organizations”.
Alison Mawhinney (Queen’s University, Belfast)， “Harmonizing governance and human rights”.
Action for the Rights of Children (ARCH)， “Implications for the rights of the child of private sector involvement in education”.
Elizabeth Deuchrass and Associates Ltd. (EDAL)， “Education business partnerships”.
Partners New Zealand, “Growing the Future”.
Bruce Abramson, “Child-rearing vs. Child Care”.
SOS Kinderdorf International, “Private childcare services working with the State on quality standards and on implementing the rights of the child”.
University College London, “Public private partnership in the UK - the private finance initiative, Health Policy and Health Services Research Unit”.
Children’s Rights Alliance for England, “The private sector as service provider and its role in implementing child rights”.
Save the Children (UK)， “The private sector as service provider and its role in implementing child rights”.
Save the Children (South Asia)， “Private sector involvement in education： A perspective from Nepal and Pakistan”.
WaterAid (UK)， “Water and sanitation services”.
International Association for the Child’s Right to Play, “The private sector as service provider and its role in implementing children’s rights, applied to the right to play”.
Bruce Abramson, “Who has legal obligations under the CRC？”.
UNICEF, “The private sector as service provider and its role in implementing child rights”.
World Organization Against Torture, “Privatization of basic services, public order and law enforcement within the context of the rights of the child”.
21.Theophilus Kofi Gokah (Cardiff University)， “The private sector as service provider and its role in implementing child rights”.
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