Call for Papers
Developing the Career Path of the Participants
The goal of this conference is to continuously improve the standards of the international community of researchers, scholars, and scientists by exposing them to the latest trends, developments, and challenges in the field. CCY 2020 is a platform for discussion and we encourage every participant to make a contribution by sharing their unique perspectives and knowledge.
Maintaining High-Quality Conference Standards and Publication Standards
The conference is specially designed by the TIIKM Research and Development team together with a committee of experts from international universities with the guidance of the Academic Governing Body of TIIKM conferences. CCY 2020 is under the guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
CYC 2020: “Preparing Children and Youth to Face Emerging Challenges in the 21st Century”
As is well known, all human societies face certain unprecedented challenges in the 21st century. These include climate change, growing inequalities, both within and among countries, mass human mobility across national and regional boundaries, rapidly increasing urban populations and rise of mega cities, increasing social and political conflicts and growing competition for resources and economic opportunities. Understanding of these complexities is necessary to come up with global and local strategies to address them. Role of education at all levels in promoting such an understanding cannot be overemphasized, particularly to prepare children and empower youth to face the challenges arising from the above issues. On the other hand, resolving such pressing issues through appropriate interventions is critically important to improve the life chances and wellbeing of children and youth.
This conference is devoted to an exploration of how children and youth can be prepared to face the emerging challenges through multi-pronged action on the part of a range of stakeholders such as governments, educational institutions, media, civil society, international agencies, scientific bodies and others.
While the participation of a cross section of youth in the deliberations of the conference is critically important, contributions of researchers, service providers, policy makers and others dealing with diverse issues mentioned above can not only enhance the understanding of participants but also help identify strategies to prepare children and youth to face the challenges mentioned above.
This call for papers is intended to reach out to a wide range of contributors and participants, in particular, young researchers who can present papers on the following and other related themes.
Children and social inequality
Children are our future, yet they are subjected to many threats in the contemporary world. They are also the most vulnerable group and in particular, this session will welcome abstracts/ paper proposals focused on the importance of identifying sensitive as well as critical areas.
- Child Protection
- Child rights and child labor
- Children and criminal justice
- Children and homelessness
- Children and refugee status
- Children, poverty, and deprivation
- Educational Disparities, with reference to early childhood education
- Children in violent societies
- Children in societies divided on the basis of ethnicity, religion and language
- Parenting in a rapidly changing world
- Risk and resilience
- Statelessness and development
Special Needs and Emergency Situations
This session accepts paper proposals that deal with the above topics and challenges, from a theoretical as well as an empirical point of view (i.e., case studies, comparative studies, etc.), both in normal as well as exceptional situations (crises, natural disasters, etc.).
- Children with Special Needs and Inclusive Education
- Special Needs Populations, Conditions, and Intervention strategies including
- Learning Disabilities,
- Autism Spectrum Disorders,
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,
- Physical and Sensory Difficulties,
- Emotional/ Behavioral Difficulties in the Classroom, and
- State policies on early childhood education and implications
- Availability, accessibility and affordability of quality pre-school education
- Students’ achievement motivation
- Parental academic involvement
- Classroom practices and their impact on learning and intellectual development
Paper proposals by way of informative abstracts dealing with different issues related to themes given below are invited.
- Youth and general education
- School to work transition
- Skill formation and youth employment
- Career Development
- Activist Media Practice,
- Youth, religion and culture
- Youth and gender roles
- Curriculum, learning and society
- Foundations of Education Policy, Planning and Development
- Identities: education, citizenship and youth.
- Practice Experience with Children and Youth
- Refugees, Education and Development
- Teachers: policy and practice in international contexts
- The Global Governance of Education and Conflict
- Youth and violent extremism
- Youth criminal Justice
- Youth and political activism
- Youth and Social Media
- State policies on youth
- Technology acceptance and adoption
- E- learning
- Youth services in national and international perspective
- Digital, environmental and scientific literacy among youth
- ICT, culture and identity formation
- Language skills and life chances
- Migration, employment and youth
Why you should attend?
CCY 2020 provides you with unique benefits such as High-Quality Conference Materials, Conference Experience, International Food, Pre-Conference Abstract Reviewing Process, Certification, Awards, and Recognition, Networking Opportunities and Cultural Events, Publication Benefits etc. The conference provides you with different Registration Packages with many benefits specific to your presentation category (Presenter/Attendee/Virtual) for the conference. Please refer to the important dates to have insight into the registration and payment deadlines.
Abstract Submission and Deadlines
The deadline for submitting your abstract is 24th March 2020. Please follow the instructions given on the abstract guidelines page, when writing and submitting your abstract. Send your abstract at email@example.com