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5th World Congress for the Rights of Children and Adolescents

5th World Congress for the Rights of Children and Adolescents

ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTION: CROP Scientific Director Alberto D. Cimadamore will participate in the panel "Política y Programación Social" (Politics and Social Programmes).

15-19 October 2012 | San Juan, Argentina

The fifth World Congress will reflect on both childhood and adolescence in the processes of social change: Children as engines of change, and in turn examine how all kinds of social change affect children and adolescents.

Politics y Social Program Design, October 18th, 11:00-14:00

Participants:
-María Nieves Rico (Chile), Antropóloga Social de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario, magíster en Sociología del Desarrollo, ISDIBER
-Alberto D. Cimadamore (Norway), Scientific Director, CROP, University of Bergen
-Eric Calcagno Y Maillman (Argentina), Diputado de la Nación
-Claudio Franchello (Argentina), Subsecrerio de Desarrollo Institucional e Integración Nación Federal

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