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This book explores and explains how children have been excluded from our conceptualization of the world and our research about globalization
For conference proceedings go to: http://www.aifs.gov.au/institute/afrc9/papers.html
The aim of CODESRIA quarterly Bulletin is to stimulate discussion, exchange information and encourage research cooperation among African researchers. Contributions on theoretical matters, reports on conferences and seminars are welcome. It is distributed free of charge to all social science research institutes and faculties in Africa. Interested individuals and institutions can also subscribe.
Published annually by The Consultative group on Early Childhood Care and Development, The Coordinators' Notebook comprises a focussed, issue-based article, identified through feedback from partners and/or emerging gaps and priorities in the field.
Family Matters is the research journal of the Australian Institute of Family Studies. It contains the latest Institute research and contributions from Australia's most respected social scientists, social policy analysts, service provider and research agencies.
Childhoods Today is a e-journal published, bi-annually in the first instance, by the Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth at the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, and supported by the Worldwide Universities Network.
A three part series which reviews the problem of loss of developmental potential in young children in developing countries. It sets out the size of the problem, the proximal causes of the loss and the existing interventions.
Early Childhood Matters is a journal about early childhood that looks specifically at issues regarding the development of young children from a particularly psychosocial perspective.
Young Lives is an international study of childhood poverty tracking the changing lives of 12,000 children in Ethiopia, India (in the state of Andhra Pradesh), Peru and Vietnam over a 15-year period. This is the timeframe set by the UN to assess progress towards the Millennium Development Goals. Through interviews, group work and case studies with the children, their parents, teachers, community representatives and others, we are collecting a wealth of information not only about their material and social circumstances, but also their perspectives on their lives and aspirations for the futures, set against the environmental and social realities of their communities.
Early Childhood in Focus is a toolkit for child rights advocates. By setting out clear messages emerging from academic research, it serves to inform, encourage, and provide leverage for successful rights-based policy advocacy on behalf of young children..
This publication gathers presentations from the second regional conference in Latin America and the Caribbean (2004), gathering presentations from the research and the NGO community in discussions of challeges facing the children and young people of the region.
Niñez y Juventud: Dislocaciones y Mudanzas is a continuation of the debates and discussions initiated at the III Latin American Network Conference of July 2006 “Childhood and Youth: Dislocations and Changes". It is a publication by Programa Infancia based at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana.
Our November 2008 Project of the Month by NOVA: A report on children and young people's views on growing up in Norway seen in relation to some articles of the UN Convention, which was annexed to Norway´s official report to the UN on the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Adolescents and Audi-visual Media in Five Countries is an international research project. It analizes general descriptive results of questionaires from both adolescents and their parents in five countries: Brazil, India, Norway, South Africa and Spain.
The book reports on the findings of a study of 40 homeless young people in Dublin city documenting their journeys "into" homelessness and experiences and events subsequent to them becoming homeless. It outlines the services and interventions designed to meet the needs of homeless youth in an Irish context.
Cross-case analysis of six child welfare case studies on how research findings can effectively be put into use