This seminar, the fourth in the series, looks at China and the responsibility to protect.
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The seminar series brings together academics and other professionals to consider the implications of the changing demographics of schooling for Teacher Education, and to articulate a framework for research in the field.
This seminar will explore the range of legal, policy, research and campaign initiatives relating to child migration into, within and out of the European regions.
This is the fourth seminar in the politics of wellbeing series. The seminar will look at the political economy and wellbeing.
This is the third seminar in the ‘behaviour change’ seminar series, entitled ‘Changing alcohol, drug and smoking behaviours’.
This is the fifth seminar in the politics of wellbeing series. The seminar will look at the political theory and wellbeing.
This seminar will set out the definitional/legal boundaries between child labour and child employment and consider the extent to which European regulation of such issues achieves an appropriate balance between child protection and child autonomy.
This is the sixth seminar in the politics of wellbeing series. The seminar will look at the political theory and wellbeing.
This final seminar will be devoted to summarising the key findings of previous seminars, discussing ways of maximising the outputs obtained from the series, and making plans to sustain the network into the future. The seminar will focus on some key recommendations, both in relation to each of the substantive themes, and in relation to any cross-cutting issues.