THE 3RD WORLD CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 2021

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CALL FOR PAPERS

THEME : “Children and Youth in an Uncertain and Unsettled World”

The COVID-19 crisis has brought unprecedented disruption to the lives of millions of children around the world, compounding the risks for those most vulnerable, including the 31 million displaced children worldwide. Now is the time to transform them to respond in times of crisis while preparing the generations to come to this adaptation.

The 3rd World Conference on Children and Youth 2021 (CCY 2021) is intended to reach out to a wide range of contributors and participants, in particular, academics, practitioners, young researchers, service providers, policy makers and others dealing with diverse issues may present papers on the following and other related themes.

CONFERENCE TRACKS

Impact on Covid 19 Pandemic on Children

  • Early Childhood Development and the Pandemic
  • Home-Based Learning
  • Parent Child Relationship during the Pandemic
  • Mental Health of the Children During the Pandemic
  • Early Childhood Education in A Pandemic World
  • Parenting Practices during Pandemic

Effective Parenting

  • Parenting in A Rapidly Changing World
  • Parental Psychopathology
  • Parental Academic Involvement
  • Parenting Styles
  • Culture and Parenting
  • Parent-Child Relationship

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 Education

  • Educational Disparities, With Reference to Early Childhood Education
  • Availability, Accessibility and Affordability of Quality Pre-School Education
  • Students’ Achievement Motivation
  • Classroom Practices and Their Impact on Learning and Intellectual Development
  • Teachers: Policy and Practice in International Contexts
  • Teaching with Technology
  • Early Childhood Literacy

Empowering Youth

  • Activist Media Practice,
  • Youth, Religion and Culture
  • Youth and Gender Roles
  • Practice Experience with Youth
  • Youth and Violent Extremism
  • Youth Criminal Justice
  • Youth and Political Activism
  • Youth and Social Media
  • State Policies on Youth
  • Technology Acceptance and Adoption
  • 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

Child Protection

  • Child Protection Practice
  • Children and Homelessness
  • Reforming Child Protection
  • Children and Refugee Status
  • Children, Poverty, And Deprivation
  • Risk and Resilience
  • Statelessness and Development

Child Rights

  • Child Rights and Child Labor
  • Convention on The Rights of Child
  • Children and Criminal Justice
  • Children in Violent Societies
  • Children in Societies Divided on The Basis of Ethnicity, Religion and Language
  • State Policies on Early Childhood Education and Implications

Youth Education and Career Development

  • Youth and General Education
  • School to Work Transition
  • Skill Formation and Youth Employment
  • Career Development
  • Leadership
  • Curriculum, Learning and Society
  • Identities: Education, Citizenship and Youth.
  • Refugees, Education and Development
  • The Global Governance of Education and Conflict
  • Foundations of Education Policy, Planning and Development
  • E-Learning

Abstract Submission and Deadlines

Limited Slots Available. Please follow the instructions given on the abstract guidelines page, when writing and submitting your abstract. Send your abstract at abstract@youthstudies.co