Journals and Bulletins - Page 3
The Journal of Research in Childhood Education, a publication of the Association for Childhood Education International, features articles that advance knowledge and theory of the education of children, infancy through early adolescence.
The Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health publishes papers that contribute to improving the mental health of children and adolescents, especially those in Africa.
Child Abuse and Neglect provides an international, multidisciplinary forum on all aspects of child abuse and neglect, with special emphasis on prevention and treatment; the scope extends further to all those aspects of life which either favor or hinder child development.
Children Australia is a quarterly journal which aims to provide an opportunity for professional staff, academics and others concerned with children, youth and families, to report on research and practice in Australia and beyond.
A scholarly journal designed to keep practitioners current with an analytical view of existing and emerging family law issues
Child and Family Law Quarterly contains essential articles and commentary on all aspects of family and child law. This journal provides a unique multidisciplinary forum for the publication of high-quality research material, analysis and commentary. It is peer reviewed to maintain quality and is edited by leading family law academics, supported by a distinguished editorial board.
The Future of Children is a collaboration of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Brookings Institution
African Journal of AIDS Research is a peer-reviewed research journal publishing papers that make an original contribution to the understanding of social dimensions of HIV/AIDS in African contexts.
The series provides an outlet for social scientists whose reports on their work with children or youth may not 'fit' in traditional academic journals due to the length of their pieces or for other reasons.
Children's Geographies is a peer-reviewed journal that provides an international forum to discuss issues that impact upon the geographical worlds of children and young people under the age of 25 and of their families.
Childhood in Africa: An Interdisciplinary Journal is the journal of The Institute for the African Child at Ohio University. Childhood in Africa is published online on a bi-annual basis. It follows the mission statement and goals of the Institute for the African Child by encouraging holistic approaches to the understanding of and issues impacting children and childhood in Africa.
Young publishes articles, reviews and scholarly comment which develop and qualify international youth research. The aim of the journal is to contribute to developing a truly interdisciplinary youth research field, where it is both possible to apply approaches of a single discipline and to integrate insights, perspectives and methods from different disciplines.
The International Journal of Childhood and Children's Services
Children & Society is an interdisciplinary journal publishing high quality research and debate on all aspects of childhood and policies and services for children and young people. The journal is based in the United Kingdom, with an international range and scope.
Issue on Children. Stories from Nepal, Serbia, Palestine, tanzania, South Africa and Norway. Academic Essay 'Engaging Children'
The quarterly Child Rights Monitor produced by DCI/PS and Save the Children UK provides up-to-date information on the rights of Palestinian children affected by armed conflict in the occupied Palestinian territory, indicates trends, and makes recommendations. Each issue includes a special thematic focus. All information is drawn from UN agencies and NGO sources used by the UN in its reporting.
Website resources includes journal articles, news, foum and book reviews, the world's leading publication for the latest news on children, youth and their environments. Endorsed by UN-Habitat and guided by a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board, the Journal is a one-stop online resource, which supports the sharing of knowledge across disciplinary and national boundaries.
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..