Centre for Research on the Child and Family is putting together a two day research methods training workshop: Research with Vulnerable Children.
World Bank and Jacob's Foundation launch and learning event: Children and Youth in Crisis: Protecting Human Development During Economic Shocks
EFA – Forum 2010 will discuss how we, based on recent research should expand and improve comprehensive Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE), especially for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children.
The Social Justice Social Change Research Centre at the University of Western Sydney is organizing the Symposium Children as experts in their own lives: Child Inclusive Research, preceeding the 2nd ISCI international indicators conference. Plans for this symposium include hearing from children and from adult policymakers and academics on the topic of child research, in plenary and panel sessions and in contributed papers.
CIESPI and PUC - Rio are organizing this international seminar to discuss theoretical and political implications of constructions of childhood in our global societies. International experts on the subject are leading the debate.
The workshop was a follow-up event of the international workshop “Children’s Experiences with Poverty and Social Exclusion – Challenges for Research and Policies”, which was held in Vienna in June 2007. Its aims were to strengthen the established platform for theoretical-methodological discussions concerning child poverty and social exclusion of children.
Childwatch International Research Network and Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) organized a joint research workshop and an open seminar on the challenges of child poverty. The workshop and seminar focused on policy making to eradicate child poverty as well as studying the effects of child poverty on children, their families, communities and the societies they live in.
In honour of International Children’s Day, November 20th, IICRD hosted a week long interactive conference on Children’s Rights in Practice. Topics addressed in plenary and workshop formats by presenters and keynote speakers included the social ecology of children’s rights. Please visit the website at www.iicrd.org or email intiicrd [at] uvic.ca for further information.
Childwatch International Norway,together with the Norwegian Research Council, organized a workshop on Children as Citizens, presenting two current Norwegian research projects on issues concerning children's rights in relation to the incorporation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child into Norwegian legislation. The workshop took place at the Norwegian Research Council, Monday 21 November 2005.