Programme

24 May

9.00        Opening Session

9.30        New theoretical directions for childhood studies
Chair: Nigel Thomas (University of Central Lancashire)

Inequalities in French Speaking and Anglo-saxon Childhood Sociology
Regine Sirota (Université Paris Descartes, CERLIS)

Adultization of Children in view of Late Modernity
Turkan Firinci Orman (Baskent University)

Children in Street Situations are lost… in translation!
Daniel Stoecklin (University of Geneva)

10.15      Discussion

10.35      Coffee break

11.00     New theoretical directions for childhood studies
Chair: Natália Fernandes (Universidade do Minho)

Children-Animals’ relationships: a misaddressed topic in Sociology of Childhood?
Veronica Policarpo & Ana Nunes de Almeida (ICS-ULisboa)

Conceptualizing culture, children and childhoods. Reflections on pitfalls and opportunities
Randi Dyblie Nilsen (Norwegian Center for Child research, IPL. – NTNU)

Childhood agency and governance on contemporary Brazil: the experience of social movements
Maria Cristina Soares de Gouvea & Levindo Diniz Carvalho (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)

11.45      Discussion

12.05      Lunch  

14.00     Arts and social research with children
Chair: Madeleine Leonard (Queen’s University Belfast)

Using or used by art: exploring theoretical tools for analysing children’s role in socially engaged arts
Cath Larkins (University of Central Lancashire)

Artists in Social Scientific Research with Children and Young People
Tom Cockburn (Edge Hill University)

The Creation of Cultural Value in Children’s Media: Studying the production of TV Cartoons
Pascale Garnier & Sébastien François (EXPERICE, University Paris 13 Sorbonne)

14.45      Discussion

15.05     Arts and social research with children
Chair: Catarina Tomás (CICS.NOVA.UMINHO)

Drawing on fire: gathering children’s knowledge and needs after disaster
Ana Sofia Ribeiro (ICS-ULisboa) & Isabel Silva (Grupo Aprender em Festa, Gouveia)

The application of participatory methodologies with Angolan children – story of an investigation
Luena Marinho (ICS-ULisboa)

Developing resilience in welfare-impacted children, and the young people who support them
Kylie Stevenson, Lelia Green & Panizza Allmark (Edith Cowan University)

15.50      Discussion

16.10      Coffee break

16.30     Food insecurity, poverty and children rights
Chair: Jussara Rowland (ICS-ULisboa)

Towards a child-centric approach to child poverty
Gill Main (University of Leeds) & Lucia del Moral Espín (Universidad de Cádiz)

How Living Rights can help us to apply notions of child rights in varying cultural and political contexts in the global south
Vicky Johnson (Goldsmiths, University of London)

The implications of food insecurity on children’s food practices through their eyes: a mixed method approach
Vasco Ramos, Fábio Rafael Augusto, Sónia Goulart Cardoso, Mónica Truninger & Manuel Abrantes (ICS-ULisboa)

Food banks through the eyes of children: a neglected perspective
Fábio Rafael Augusto, Mónica Truninger, Sónia Goulart Cardoso, Vasco Ramos & Manuel Abrantes (ICS-ULisboa)

17.30     Discussion

18.00      End

25 May

 

9.30       Formal and non formal education – Family, parenting and gender
Chair: Daniel Stoecklin (University of Geneva)

Understanding and/or promoting children’s well-being: a political and theoretical issue
Claude Martin (CNRS, Universitè  de Rennes, Arènes)

Migrations and transnational spaces of education: construction of the identity of girls and parenting in Moroccan, Pakistani and Senegambian families in Spain
Ingrid Agud (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)

Early socialization of boys and its impact on gender equality
Rita B. Correia, Vanessa Cunha, Leonor Rodrigues & Susana Atalaia (ICS-ULisboa)

10.15      Discussion

10.35      Coffee break

10.50     Formal and non formal education – Children agency in social spaces
Chair: Cath Larkins (University of Central Lancashire)

Children’s appropriation of place and space: local citizenship and the right to the city
Manuel Jacinto Sarmento & Gabriela de Pina Trevisan (University of Minho)

The ‘Child’ as Commoner. Commoning Citizenship in Informal Educational Settings
Yannis Pechtelidis & Stelios Pantazidis (University of Thessaly)

In and out digital worlds. Hybrid-transitions as a space for children’s agency: case-studies from Early Years settings in Boston and London
Angela Scollan (Middlesex University) & Federico Farini (University of Northampton)

11.35      Discussion

11.55     Formal and non formal education – Children agency in social spaces
Chair: Ana Delicado (ICS-ULisboa)

Children’s and adolescent’s participation in Disaster Risk Reduction: some insights from the CUIDAR project in Spain
Miriam Arenas, Israel Rodríguez-Giralt, Daniel López & Elena Guim (IN3, Open University of Catalonia)

Materialities of Children living in Refugee Camps: Accommodation and Educational Reception in a Greek Small – Town Setting
Sonia Vlachou (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences)

12.35      Discussion

12.55      Lunch

14.30     Formal and non formal education – Children, participation and school
Chair: Ana Nunes de Almeida (ICS-ULisboa)

Experiences on co-creation of public spaces with teenagers. A case study in Alvalade, Lisbon
Joana Solipa Batista, Inês Almeida, Carlos Smaniotto Costa (Universidade Lusófona) & Marluci Menezes (LNEC-Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil)

Children, Participation and Education: Does ‘how we know’ matter?
Deborah Crook (University of Central Lancashire)

The participation of children from three to six years old in learning – outdoors play
Joana da Silva Pinto (University of Minho)

15.15   Discussion

15.35     Children and welfare protection
Chair: Lucia del Moral Espín (Universidad de Cádiz)

‘I am not a file or a spectrum, I am my own person:’ Redefining children and young people’s education, health and social care within a quality and rights framework
Geraldine Brady, Anita Franklin & Shirley Durell (Coventry University)

Child Maltreatment Re-reports in Portugal: Evidence-base Cues for Improving Child Protection Assessment and Decisions
Leonor Bettencourt Rodrigues (ICS-ULisboa)

16.05      Discussion

16.20      Coffee Break

16.40     Children and welfare protection
Chair: Ana Sofia Ribeiro (ICS-ULisboa)

Beyond children’s participation rights – inputs from research field
Helga Castro (University of Minho)

The Non-institutionalization and social actors on the crossroads
Isáu Meneses (Instituto Superior de Artes e Cultura – ISArC)

17.10      Discussion

17.30      End

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