KEKI Children's Rights Database: Calls for Projects
In order to disseminate knowledge on children's rights between researchers, policy makers and practitioners, KeKi develops a children's rights database, consisting of a legal instruments database, a Flemish research database and a publications database. The legal instruments database, containing legal instruments and important policy documents at the international, regional, Belgian and Flemish level, was launched on November 20th 2011, as a contribution to the anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Children's rights database
In order to facilitate access to instruments, research and publications on children's rights, the Children's Rights Knowledge Centre is developing a children's rights database. It can be consulted in English and in Dutch, and consists of 3 subdatabases:
1. a legal instruments database
2. a Flemish research database
3. a publication database
The legal instruments database and the Flemish research database are currently online on www.kekidatabank.be. Some tools that can help you search these databases:
- Manual (including search tips)
- List of key words
1. Legal instruments database
- Criteria of selection
- Descriptions of types of instruments
- Overview of types of instruments that were screened
Is something missing or not clear? Let us know on firstname.lastname@example.org!
2. Flemish research database
- Selection criteria
This database aims to make all ongoing and recently finished research projects on topics that include, or are related to, Children’s Rights, accessible for a broader public of researchers, policy makers and Children’s Rights practitioners. If you believe your research project qualifies for this database, it would be great if you would let us know. Here you can find out more about our criteria for qualification. An empty research outline that can be used to report your research to us, can be found here.