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From Welfare to Well-being: Child indicators in research, policy and practice

From Welfare to Well-being: Child indicators in research, policy and practice

5th Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI 2015)

2-4 September 2015 | Cape Town, South Africa

The conference is hosted by the Children's Institute, University of Cape Town, in partnership with the African Child Policy Forum, UNICEF and the Poverty & Inequality Initiative at the University of Cape Town.

You are warmly invited to submit abstracts for papers, posters or panels for the conference. Abstracts on any subject related to the processes and findings of child indicator work are welcome.

Please submit abstracts of between 300 and 500 words through the online submission system at www.isci2015.org

Abstracts should be written in English.


 

06.07.2016
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