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terça-feira, 29 de novembro de 2011

Children, Young People and Adults: Extending the Conversation

Children, Young People and Adults: Extending the Conversation

5th - 7th September 2012
Conference Venue - Preston
University of Central Lancashire
PR1 2HE 

The University of Central Lancashire is proud to host the second international conference of the International Childhood and Youth Research Network (

The first conference was in Nicosia in May 2008, on the theme ‘Child and Youth Research in the 21st Century: A Critical Appraisal’, and was attended by delegates from all over the world. The 2012 conference will take place in Preston, in North West England, and will be on the theme ‘Children, Young People and Adults: Extending the Conversation’.

The international research conference is aimed at researchers (both new and experienced), policy-makers and practitioners from all around the world. It will take place side by side with an international gathering of children and young people, currently being planned around broad themes of participation and citizenship. Shared plenary sessions, and a series of smaller workshops, will create spaces where children, young people and adults can come together and engage in dialogue.

Call For Papers:

Research and policy papers are invited on the following sub-themes:
• Spaces, places and institutions of childhood
• Inter-generational relationships
• Public and private domains
• Global and local
• Inclusion and exclusion
• Family and lifespan
• Culture and context
• Work, play and leisure
• Mobilities and borders
• Transitions and disruptions
• Conflict and peace
• Citizenship and rights
• Responsibility and dependency
• Public perceptions and attitudes

Cross-cutting themes are expected to include, for example, power, gender, abuse and exploitation.

Abstracts (up to 200 words) are invited to be submitted by 5pm on 31st March 2012. Decisions will be notified on or soon after the 30th April 2012.
Please submit abstracts to

Keynote Speakers:

Confirmed plenary speakers are:
• Libby Brooks (Columnist, The Guardian, UK)
• Jim Davis (Good Childhood Advisor, The Children's Society, England, UK)
• Allison James (Professor of Sociology, University of Sheffield, UK)
• Berry Mayall (Professor of Childhood Studies, Institute of Education, University of London, UK)
• Kavita Ratna (Director-Communications, Concerned for Working Children, Bangalore, India)
• Harry Shier (Education Adviser, CESESMA, Matagalpa, Nicaragua)

See more conference details, clicking here.

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