Children’s Rights Research: from Theory to Practice
Children's Rights Erasmus Academic Network (CREAN) Conference: Children's Rights Research: from Theory to Practice with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union. Deadline for Registration: September 15 2013
Deadline for Registration: September 15 2013 Download Registration form below.
The objectives of the conference are the following:
To improve research methodology about children’s rights;
To exchange the know-how about research already built with children on academic and NGO level;
To involve early career researchers in the discussions on research methodologies with children;
To promote children’s active participation in research.
To discuss ethic questions and the effectiveness of tools
The conference will take place over a scope of two days, with a plenary on the first day, workshops and a final plenary session to present preliminary results on the second day.
A panel composed of practitioners and policy makers will comment on the accessibility of the findings, gaps and shortcomings identified in these presentations.
The aims of the conference will be:
- To create a kind of protocol/chart of principles that allows researchers to build research designs that are respectful to children’s rights (with contributions of children): namely concerned with methodological and ethical issues;
- To set up a group which will prepare a manual on participatory research on children’s rights.
- To promote the creation of an international association of post-graduate students working on research about children’s rights;
Registration deadline: September 15. 2013