Child Honouring

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Sharna Olfman joins Raffi Cavoukian to introduce Child Honouring— a children-first approach to global restoration

"A bold vision for a humane and sustainable world, one that honours our moral obligation to our children." Robert F Kennedy Jr, environmentalist, co-author of The Riverkeepers
 "I have never seen such an impressive group of people associated with a book. Child Honouring should be studied by world leaders in politics and industry, as well as by school boards and teachers." Robert Bateman, OC, renowned wildlife artist

"This groundbreaking volume is the result of a unique editorial collaboration between two highly dedicated child advocates : acclaimed family musician Raffi Cavoukian and author/scholar Sharna Olfman. Bringing together an outstanding team of experts from diverse disciplines, the editors have created a moving account of the dire political, economic, ecological, and psychological state of the world's children. Through convincing statistics, insightful research evidence, and empathetic prose, the chapters not only clarify the many profound challenges facing children but also offer workable solutions to their ever-growing problems. An indispensable resource for parents, educators, and mental health professionals, and one with a compelling, unified voice strong enough to induce policy makers to start "turning this world around"." Laura E. Berk University Distinguished Professor Department of Psychology, Illinois State University
"This wonderful book articulates a vision that most humans will realize they believe in. Child Honouring calls on an instinct older than our species to protect our young! Beneath our official titles, positions and identities, we are really mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, and each of us is somebody's child." Severn Cullis Suzuki, beluga grad, ecology advocate


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