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Ms. Helen Ju Qing is Director of Youth and Children Law Research Institute, China Youth and Children Research Center.
Professor Robbie Gilligan, Head of the School of Social Work and Social Policy at Trinity College Dublin has been elected President of Childwatch International Research Network. Marta Arango, Director of CINDE - the International Center for Education and Human Development, Colombia and Roseline September, Professor in the Faculty of Community Health Sciences at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa have been elected Vice Presidents.
The recent Children's Rights at a Cross-Roads conference gathered child rights and research experts from all across the world, representing a range of sectors involved in child rights related issues. One of the main conclusions of the conference was that there is need for a greater focus on indigenous research on children and their rights, carried out by researchers in national and local academic institutions.
A new Board is to be elected at the Childwatch International Key Institutions Assembly, 3 - 4 December 2009. The deadline for the Call for Nominations has extended until November 6th, to allow all Key Institutions to nominate suitable candidates.
A new Board is to be elected at the Childwatch International Key Institutions Assembly, 3 - 4 December 2009. A Call for Nominations has been issued. All Key Institutions are encouraged to submit their nominations to the Nominating Committee by 25 October.
The members of the Board of Childwatch International met for two days in Oslo this week, to decide on this year's plans and to lay out the final strategy for the coming child rights and research conference in Addis Ababa in November - December.
Childwatch International has a small budget which is managed according to the priorities set in the Aims and Ethos of the network and the periodic strategies approved by the Childwath International Board. A call for proposals is announced to the network partners once a year requesting applications for network activities for realizing the network's aims and strategies.
The CWI Board is responsible for implementing the strategies, policies and priorities set by the Key Institutions Assembly. The board for 2010 - 2013 was elected at the Key Institutions Assembly in Addis Ababa, 3 - 4 December 2009. The Board elected its President and Vice-Presidents at its first Board meeting in New York in April 2010.