«THE PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN IN SOLVING ISSUES
AFFECTING THEIR INTERESTS: MODERN CONDITION,
PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS»
October 9 – 11, 2019
Venue: Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service
41, Gogolya St., Vladivostok, 690014, Russia
Children’s participation is one of the most discussed and studied concepts since the Convention on the Rights of the Child was accepted by the United Nations. During the conference it is planned to discuss organizational, legal and socio-ethical aspects of children's participation in solving issues affecting their interests, problems of theoretical design of models of children's participation in foreign and Russian practice, methodology of research and evaluation of social programs with participation of children etc. Sociologists, teachers, psychologists, lawyers, geographers, economists, architects, mathematicians and others are invited to the discussion.
Submitted articles will be published and placed in RISC e-base. Travel and accommodation costs are paid by foreign participants. We invite papers in the following areas:
1. Technologies of involving children in solving issues affecting their interests: family and school
2. Study of children, for children and with the participation of children
3. From the geography of childhood to the city for children
Applications for participation and Articles must be submitted until October 3, 2019 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Surname, first name and patronymic (in full)
Scientific degree, position
Do you plan to participate personally in the conference?
Requirements for abstracts:
MS Word, page format –A-4, size 14, Times New Roman font, all margins – 2.0 cm, interval 1.5 cm. Total length is up to 5 pages. Submitted abstracts which do not meet the length requirement will be shortened by the committee. In the text references should be given in square brackets (e.g. , [1-5, 9]). They are given in the order as they appear in the text. "Bold" font and underline should not be used, italics are possible. The name of the article (in bold), the author’s initials and surname (in bold), the name of the institution, organization (in bold), abstract and key words. Abstract should be no longer than 50 words; it is separated by blank lines; alignment – in width; single spaced; here and further in the text indentation – 1.25 cm. Keywords: words and phrases – no more than 10.
The committee reserves the right to select submitted papers.