Call for Abstracts

Children's Well-Being: The Research & Policy Challenges

You are cordially invited to submit abstracts for papers to be presented at the 3rd International Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators to be held at the University of York, UK 27-29 July 2011.

Abstracts on any topic relating to child indicators would be welcomed. Papers with a comparative content are encouraged. Methodological papers would be received with pleasure. We hope to organise themed parallel sessions on the following subjects during the conference:

  • National and international surveys of children
  • Subjective child well-being
  • International comparisons of child well-being
  • National child well-being strategies
  • National reports on child well-being
  • Child well-being in developing countries especially Africa, Asia and Latin America
  • Combining qualitative and quantitative measures
  • Indicators in evaluation studies
  • Community level child well-being indicators
  • Constructing indices
  • Longitudinal studies
  • Different domains of child well-being
  • Listening to children/child participation in research
  • Inequality among children, intergenerational transitions
  • Policies services that achieve good outcomes for children

  • Abstracts from graduate students are also welcomed. There will be student reductions for the conference fee but there is no other funding available for delegates. There will be opportunities to present posters.

    Please send abstract as an email attachment containing: Title of paper, Author(s), Organisation, and an abstract of no more than 300 words to by 31st January 2011.

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