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Children and Childhoods Conference 2017

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Formal specifications:
Title of event: Children and Childhoods Conference 2017
Nature of the event: Conference / Colloquium / Congress / Symposium
Convenor /organizer: Department of Children, Young People and Education; University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK
Contact address: Allison Boggis, Sarah Coombs, Jessica Clark and Sarah Richards
E-mail: Jessica.Clark@uos.ac.uk
Beginning / Deadline for CfP: 18.07.2017, 10:00 Uhr
End: 19.07.2017, 15:00 Uhr
Venue: University of Suffolk, Waterfront Building
Street: 19 Neptune Quay
Post code: IP4 1QJ
City: Ipswich
State: United Kingdom
Language(s) of the meeting: English
Website: https://www.uos.ac.uk/content/children-and-childhoods-conference-2017-0
Content specifications:
Thematic area: Childcare institutions
Pre-school education
Primary schools
Science and educational research
Target group(s): Students
Scholars / researchers
Professionals in childcare
Social pedagogues / workers
Short description: We are excited that the call for papers for our Biennial International Children and Childhoods Conference 2017 is open. We invite papers that theoretically and empirically engage with a broad range of disciplines reflecting the diverse nature of contemporary childhood studies. The conference aims to bring together established academics, early career researchers, PhD candidates and students. Topics covered by this call could include but are not limited to: International development Migration and movement Identity, culture and belonging Rights, advocacy and participation Humanitarianism Health, wellbeing and embodiment Methodologies Education Family formations Disabilities Sex and sexualities Therapeutic care and interventions The deadline for submissions is Friday 31st March 2017
Keywords: International development
Migration and movement
Identity, culture and belonging
Rights, advocacy and participation
Humanitarianism
Health, wellbeing and mbodiment
Methodologies
Education
Family formations
Disabilities
Sex and sexualities
Therapeutic care and interventions

Frühpädagogik
Frühes Lernen
Migration
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