The Childwatch International Research Network is a global network of institutions that collaborate in child research for the purpose of promoting child rights and improving children’s well-being around the world.
Second biennial international conference "Improving Standards of Care for Alternative Child & Youth Care: Systems, Policies and Practices"
Nov 18, 2015 05:32 PM
The Second biennial international conference "Improving Standards of Care for Alternative Child & Youth Care: Systems, Policies and Practices", will have special focus on South Asia, March 2016.
New Book: Disability and Human Rights Global Perspectives
Oct 26, 2015 05:07 PM
This book provides readers with an in-depth exploration of disability across key areas of hu-man rights, including health, education, employment, accessibility and independent living. It demonstrates how these issues are integral to achieving full and equal participation of disa-bled people in human societies across the life cycle. It includes a chapter on Children and Disabilities.
The XI International Conference and Annual Regional Meeting of the Chilwatch Latin American and the Caribbean Network
Sep 30, 2015 05:44 PM
The XI International Conference and Annual Regional Meeting of the Chilwatch Latin American and the Caribbean Network:"Childhood and youth: realities and expectations through the rest of the XXI century"
Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally (iYCG)
Jul 28, 2015 08:01 PM
The Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally (iYCG), in partnership with the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences, will conduct an interactive public workshop featuring presentations and discussions that highlight the science and economics of understanding and supporting family and community investments in children and their caregivers using coordinated approaches across the areas of health, education, nutrition, and social protection. July 27, 2015 - July 29, 2015 (1:00 AM Eastern)
KidsRights Index 2014
Jul 9, 2015 06:18 PM
KidsRights Index 2014 now available. The KidsRights Index is the global measurement tool launched by the Erasmus University Rotterdam (International Institute of Social Studies and Erasmus School of Economics) that assesses the observance of rights of the child included in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in all countries in the world for which data is available.