29 de setembro de 2012
International conference: 23 - 24th of October 2012 (registration required)
Maison des Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société
University of Poitiers/Université de Poitiers, France
The conference will propose an open platform of discussion between academics, institutional actors, practitioners and advocates coming from different countries on various aspects regarding unprotected unaccompanied children. This international and multidisciplinary analysis (legal, sociological, psychological, comparative, etc) aims at developing further knowledge on this insufficiently studied group and to open new perspectives of reflection and action to promote unprotected unaccompanied children’s access to their fundamental rights.
28 de setembro de 2012
After-school time, once reserved primarily for informal social activities, has become a source of increasing concern for adults who see these hours as crucial to the academic and social development of healthy young people. Much of the research and policy related to after-school time echoes these concerns, placing emphasis on the need for structure and surveillance, and focusing on assessment-driven outcomes. Yet, for many children and youth, the after-school hours are more than “school outside of school,” providing a space for autonomy, non-school activities, or “hanging out” with friends, on or offline. With potential differences in adult and youth perspectives in view, this special issue of the Bank Street Occasional Papers seeks to answer the questions: What do young people value about their out of school hours? What else might after-school time offer, other than more school?
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