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    CCY 2022 - The 4th World Conference on Children and Youth

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    Category Children and Youth;

    Deadline: June 08, 2022 | Date: July 07, 2022-July 08, 2022

    Venue/Country: Virtual Conference, Sri Lanka

    Updated: 2022-05-25 19:56:02 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    All the researchers, academicians, scholars and activists are invited to submit abstracts for the 4th World Conference on Child and Youth 2022 (CCY 2022) which will be held on 07th – 08th July under the theme of “The Pandemic, Climate Change and Adaptation to a World in Transition: Challenges for Children and Youth”

    The reality is that children and youth develop and flourish under widely varying social, cultural and material circumstances both within and across societies. This reality has become increasingly more complex in recent decades due to unprecedented changes that are occurring on a global scale. Increasingly people and families have shown greater mobility, moving across internal divisions (e.g., internal migration) and national borders either voluntarily or involuntarily.

    The resulting interactions and exchanges across societies and levels of society that result from movement and from modern communication channels have made the life circumstances of children and youth highly variable and dynamic. Such interactions influence and are in turn influenced by the social location of children, youth and families both within their own societies and the world at large. These consequent changes undoubtedly have significant implications for parenting, socialization, growing up and life opportunities afforded to children and youth around the world.

    Theme of the CCY 2022 Conference

    “The Pandemic, Climate Change and Adaptation to a World in Transition: Challenges for Children and Youth”

    Purpose of the Conference

    CCY 2022 is designed with the purpose of serving the educational and social policy environment for Child Development and Youth Empowerment. The Conference connects researchers, academicians, activists, practitioners and policymakers around the world to a single platform to interact with each other and share knowledge for the betterment of Children and Youth.

    We invite you to submit an abstract in the range of the following tracks but not limited to:

    Conference Tracks

    IMPACT ON COVID 19 PANDEMIC ON CHILDREN

    Early Childhood Development and the Pandemic

    Home-Based Learning

    Parent Child Relationship during the Pandemic

    Parenting Practices during Pandemic

    Mental Health of the Children during the Pandemic

    Mitigating the risks of the COVID-19 on children

    Child maltreatment during the pandemic

    CHILD PROTECTION

    Child Protection Practice

    Children and Homelessness

    Reduce risk in child Protection

    Challenges of the Child Protection

    Children with Refugee Status

    Child poverty and deprivation

    Childhood statelessness

    Child Care and Child Development

    IMPACTS OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON YOUTH

    Youth anxiety and depression

    Youth Mental Health during the Pandemic

    Youth Challenges and Opportunities

    The Challenge of youth unemployment

    Vulnerable youth and the COVID-19 pandemic

    PARENTING AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

    Culture and parenting

    Parenting stress

    Child development and personality

    Parenting: An ecological perspective

    Parenting science

    Child development: Principles and perspectives

    Child development and the physical environment

    The role of the father

    YOUTH EDUCATION

    E-Learning

    Globalization and Education-Challenges and Opportunities

    Refugees, Education and Development

    The Economic Value of youth higher Education Trends and perspectives

    Quality and power in higher education

    Digital higher education

    EARLY CHILD EDUCATION

    Effective practices

    Ethics and politics

    Critical issues

    Public Education: Children with disabilities

    Diversities in Early Child Education

    Alternative perspectives on early childhood education

    CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE

    Impacts of the Climate Crisis on Children and Youth

    The impact of climate change for children in low-income countries

    Climate change and children: Issues

    The psychological effects

    The challenges of climate change

    Coping with climate change

    CAREER DEVELOPMENT

    Youth employment policies

    Job accessibility

    Youth Employment: Challenges and opportunities

    Women's career development

    The challenge of youth unemployment

    Youth unemployment: Causes and Solutions

    Entrepreneurship strategies

    EMPOWERING YOUTH

    Youth Empowerment Strategies

    State Policies on Youth

    Migration, Employment and Youth

    Consuming Youth

    Positive youth development

    Leadership Skills Development

    CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL CARE

    Children with Special Needs and Inclusive Education

    Special Needs Population

    Early Intervention Strategies for Sensory processing Disorder (SPD), Behavior Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Emotional / Behavioral Difficulties in The Classroom

    Early Childhood Trauma

    CHILD RIGHTS

    Convention on The Rights of Child

    Children from violent families

    State Policies on Early Childhood Education and Implications

    Implementing child rights and protection law

    Child labor and Poverty

    Child labour: a public health perspective


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