Event:3rd International Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators
|Event:3rd International Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators|
|Summary||Child wellbeing- the research and policy challenges|
This three-day conference will be the third organised by the International Society for Child Indictors (ISCI), an international group of experts, practitioners and researchers in the field worldwide. The 2011 conference will take place at the University of York which is situated in a beautiful historic city of York in the North East of England.
The theme of the third conference is "Children's Well-Being: The Research & Policy Challenges".
- "Child Well-Being in the Early Years: What Matters?" - Kathleen Kiernan: Professor of Social Policy and Demography, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York, UK.
- "How Indicators Helped Save the Lives of 3 Million Children a Year?" - Peter Adamson: Senior Adviser to the Executive Director of UNICEF, 1980-1996. Editor of the UNICEF Report Card series including The State of the World's Children (1980-96), The Progress of Nations (1990-96), and The Innocenti Report Card series (2000 - 2011).
- Professor Jonathan Bradshaw Department of Social Policy & Social Work University of York
- Assisted by Dr Antonia Keung Department of Social Policy & Social Work University of York