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School of Law and Social Justice

School of Law and Social Justice

Critical Childhood

Critical Childhood(s): 100 Years of Children’s Rights

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The Critical Childhood(s) conference is an event jointly organised by the European Children’s Rights Unit (ECRU) at the University of Liverpool, Child Studies at Linköping University, and the Critical Children’s Rights Research Network, supported by the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.

Critical Childhood(s) will bring together scholars working at the vanguard of childhood and children’s rights research, particularly those that work beyond Western models, make use of novel methodologies, study underexplored areas, and provide original theoretical frameworks to the study of childhood and children’s rights. It provides an invaluable opportunity for sharing interdisciplinary knowledge among the arts, humanities and social sciences in the domain of childhood and children’s rights.

 

We request a registration fee from academic staff in order to cover catering and administration costs for the event, and to support travel and accommodation for PhD students presenting at the conference. Early career researchers, students and others with limited sources of funding have a reduced rate. 

Attendee CategoryCost   
Concession Registration£20.00[Read More]
Standard Registration£50.00[Read More]
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Study Trip to The Hague

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The School of Law and Social Justice is hosting a Study Trip to The Hague on 8th-12th April 2024.