Focusing on new research ideas on child rights. Part two.
26 November: Continued discussions about research proposals.
Welcome to our Autumn 2018 seminars focusing on new research ideas regarding the implementation and use of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which most likely will be implemented as a new Swedish law in January 2020.
Lund University is the only university in the Nordic countries to have a Child Rights Institute.We gather researchers from five university faculties and see this as a major and strong reason to create new research proposals together.
This autumn we want to discuss ideas that could be developed for the Spring applications 2019 at the research councils.
The seminar is open to all! Please e-mail Per Wickenberg per [dot] wickenberg [at] soclaw [dot] lu [dot] se or Kerstin Svensson kerstin [dot] svensson [at] soch [dot] lu [dot] se if you would like to participate.
Kerstin Svensson, Per Wickenberg, Lina Ponnert and Anna Sonander
Apart from the autumn seminars the Child Rights Institute is currently working on an Anthology book on Child Rights, the Global Child Rights Online platform including 16 countries in the Global South, as well as several Education and Cooperation Projects on Child Rights Practice in Sweden.