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AIMS

  • Generate a worldwide forum to reflect and evaluate the extent to which the fundamental rights, recognized at the Convention of children’s rights, are respected by society.

  • To raise awareness within different socio-communities about the importance of developing measures, which contribute to the defense of the fundamental rights of children.

  • To support the exposure of good social practices in which children and teenagers play the central role.

  • To present the current contributions to the research field carried out by experts on the subject.

  • To encourage the active participation of children and teenagers through educational institutions.

  • To reach institutional agreements motivated by the congress, in which children’s lives can be improved, particularly those who find themselves in more vulnerable positions.

Submissions may focus on one or several of the following points:

 

  • Commitment to children on a local level

  • The digital divide

  • Youth employment, socio-occupational placements and development

  • The Social responsibility of companies

  • Education for coexistence

  • Schools in the context of vulnerability

  • A Child’s Right to Play

  • Conflict resolution

  • Coexistence and citizenship

  • The digital world

  • Co-operative learning

  • Inclusion and integration at community level

  • Intercultural competence

  • Cultural identity

  • Learning communities

  • School for parents

  • Art, music and dance as intervention strategies

  • Resilience and empowerment

  • Child Friendly cities

  • Children’s rights

  • Social policies

  • Unemployment and purchasing power

  • Young offenders and Juvenile crime

  • Economic crisis

  • National and international adoption

  • Gender discrimination in children

  • Children and gender perspectives

  • From an object of protection to a subject of rights

  • Integral child protection

  • Education in Human Rights

  • Public policies on children

  • Intergenerational and family relationships

  • The strengths and weaknesses of social protection systems

  • Housing and family

  • Pediatrics, tests and vaccines

  • Media

  • Prevention and intervention in the face of school failure

  • Migrant children without family references / unaccompanied migrant children

  • Child abuse

  • Child prostitution

  • Child labor exploitation

  • Educational orientation

  • Creativity and educational innovation

  • Special educational needs

  • Early attention

  • Education for health

  • Consumption of alcohol and drugs

  • Bullying and cyberbullying

  • Healthcare

  • Malnutrition in children

  • Childhood obesity

  • Emotional education

  • Family, social and intercultural mediation

  • Intervention with intellectual giftedness

  • Crisis of values

  • Infanto-juvenile psychopathy

  • Curriculum and attention to diversity

  • Psychosocial risks of the profession of educator

  • Autism in childhood

  • Boys and girls victims of gender violence

  • Institutional abuse

  • The lucrative spirit of the entities that manage protection centers

  • Residential foster care

  • Foster care

  • Youth unemployment

  • Children, teenagers, young people, social educators, teachers, social workers, educational psychologists, educators, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, journalists, professors, counselors, doctors, nurses, police officers, lawyers, judges, NGO partners, university lecturers and researchers, students, mothers and father and anyone else who is interested.

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