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J81 Children’s Rights in Practice 2018

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J81 Children’s Rights in Practice 2018
Dates of Event
21st March 2018 – 28th March 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
9th March 2018
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This course explores the relationship between children's rights, professional practice, and contemporary theories of childhood and society. It provides an understanding of sociological, socio-legal and political theories of children's rights and citizenship, and includes critical debates about international children's rights conventions and their applicability in different contexts and countries.

  • Learn about the rights and responsibilities of people who work with children and young people
  • Hear from internationally renowned academic experts in the field of children's rights - past speakers include Gerison Lansdowne and Priscilla Alderson
  • Make connections with leaders in national and international third sector organisations working in the field of children's rights - past guest speakers include Save the Children, Child-to-Child, and Action Aid
  • Watch international films about childhood and children's rights, and visit the Foundling Museum in London to explore adult-child relations in history
  • Meet peers from around the world working in the field of children's rights, often leading to networks and collaborations sustained far beyond the course
  • Explore your own area of interest or professional practice in relation to the rapidly developing field of children's rights under the tutelage of expert tutors.

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