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FN:s konvention om barns rättigheter har ratificerats av 194 länder sedan den antogs 1990, och har fått status som lag i knappt hälften av länderna – i Sverige som bekant först 2020. Men vad har Barnkonventionen betytt för barns livsvillkor och rättigheter i praktiken, i Sverige och internationellt? Genom forskning och praxis vill vi i årets BUV-konferens spegla läget och utmaningar kopplade till barns rättigheter i olika sammanhang och perspektiv. I år erbjuder vi för första gången ett internationellt spår med presentationer på engelska.

Vi välkomnar forskare från olika ämnesområden och verksamma i offentliga och ideella organisationer som direkt eller indirekt abetar med barn och unga, i Sverige och internationellt. Vi hoppas att du vill vara med och dela med dig av din forskning eller ditt arbete med/för barn och unga. 

Presentationer

Artefakter och förskolebarn - Anders Råde.pdf Barns perspektiv på oredigerade platser utomhus - Maria Hammarsten.pdf Den onödiga flyktingkrisen - Carin Flemström.pdf Reconstructing parenthood in a new context - Pantea Rinnemaa & Helena Korp.pdf

Call for papers
PDF Call for papers

program, book of abstracts och keynotes
PDF Program
PDF BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

1) Elisabeth Dahlin

Barnombudsmannen
The Ombudsman for Children monitors the implementation and interpretation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in Sweden’s municipalities, county regions and government agencies.

Bild: Magnus Sandberg, Barnombudsmannen

Barnombudsmannen/The Ombudsman for Children - guarding and voicing childrens’s rights and interests

The Ombudsman advocates for children and raises public awareness on children’s rights. They provide mechanisms for meaningful participation of children and youth in our work, including through interviews, focus groups, polls and meetings. Children are experts on their situation and the Ombudsman aim to amplify their voices. In this presentation, Elisabeth Dahlin gives her view of the state of art almost two years after the CRC was made a law in Sweden. What positive changes have been observed, and what gaps and challenges?

2) Anette Bolin

Professor i socialt arbete, Högskolan Väst

Foto på Anette Bolin

Barn och unga som lever i ekonomisk utsatthet

”Jag skulle nog få väldigt mycket skuldkänslor ifall jag krävde saker som jag inte var säker på att de kunde ge på grund av ekonomin.” Så säger en 17-årig tjej i en forskningsintervju om hur det är att vara barn i en familj som har mycket knappa ekonomiska resurser. Det är väl etablerat att avsaknad av materiella resurser har en starkt negativ inverkan på barns och ungas välmående. Att undersöka barn och ungas perspektiv på ekonomisk utsatthet är angeläget. Denna presentation handlar om etiska frågor som ställs på sin spets när man frågar barn och unga om familjers ekonomi och föräldrars inkomstkälla.

3) Adnan Abdul Ghani

Save the Children Sweden, Migration thematic expert
Member of EU Commission Expert Group on migration, asylum and integration

"Protection Beyond Reach": State of play of refugee and migrant children's rights in Europe

Adnan is a refugee from Syria and the initiator of the Support Group Network (SGN), a refugee led organization in Sweden. He is a thematic adviser for Region Västra Götaland for the regional development strategy 2020 to 2030 and a member of the EU Commission Expert Group on migration, asylum and integration.

It is six years to the day since Alan Kurdi lost his life just off the Turkish coast, becoming a tragic symbol of the “refugee crisis” as they call it. European lea-
ders were among the first to say: ‘Never again’, but ever since, they have only made routes more difficult and dangerous for refugees and migrants and the EU responded with increasingly restrictive and dangerous measures.

• What is the state of play of refugee and migrant children’s rights in Europe and what has happened since 2015?
• How about the migration key themes: protection at Europe’s outer borders; immigration detention; access to asylum and residency?

Nätverksträff

OBS under konferensens andra dag kommer vi att bjuda in till en nätverksträff för BUV-miljöerna.

Konferensen anordnas av BUV, Barn- och ungdomsvetenskapliga forskningsmiljön vid Högskolan Väst.

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The Centre of Child and Youth Studies conference 2021, November 4th-5th: The Convention on the Rights of the Child

CYS at University West in Trollhättan, Sweden, organizes a yearly conference where researchers and practitioners meet. The theme this year is the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted in 1990. It has been ratified by 194 countries and gained status as a law in just under half of these - in Sweden since 2020. Through research as well as practice, this year’s conference aims to reflect the situation and challenges linked to childrens rights in different contexts and from different perspectives. We invite researchers and active in public and non-profit organizations who meet and work with children and young people, directly or indirectly. The CYS conference has up until now been confined to a Swedish context. This year we are excited to open up and include an international track. In this track presentations and keynotes will be held in English. We are thus very happy to invite reserachers and practitioners from different countries to participate and to share research or work with/for children and young people. We hope to see you at the conference! You are also welcome to just listen and to participate in conversations with other researchers and practitioners. 

Call for papers
PDF

program, book of abstracts and keynotes
PDF Program
PDF BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

1) Elisabeth Dahlin

Barnombudsmannen
The Ombudsman for Children monitors the implementation and interpretation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in Sweden’s municipalities, county regions and government agencies.

Barnombudsmannen/The Ombudsman for Children - guarding and voicing childrens’s rights and interests

The Ombudsman advocates for children and raises public awareness on children’s rights. They provide mechanisms for meaningful participation of children and youth in our work, including through interviews, focus groups, polls and meetings. Children are experts on their situation and the Ombudsman aim to amplify their voices. In this presentation, Elisabeth Dahlin gives her view of the state of art almost two years after the CRC was made a law in Sweden. What positive changes have been observed, and what gaps and challenges?

2) Anette Bolin

Professor in social work

Foto på Anette Bolin

BARN OCH UNGA SOM LEVER I EKONOMISK UTSATTHET

”Jag skulle nog få väldigt mycket skuldkänslor ifall jag krävde saker som jag inte var säker på att de kunde ge på grund av ekonomin.” Så säger en 17-årig tjej i en forskningsintervju om hur det är att vara barn i en familj som har mycket knappa ekonomiska resurser. Det är väl etablerat att avsaknad av materiella resurser har en starkt negativ inverkan på barns och ungas välmående. Att undersöka barn och ungas perspektiv på ekonomisk utsatthet är angeläget. Denna presentation handlar om etiska frågor som ställs på sin spets när man frågar barn och unga om familjers ekonomi och föräldrars inkomstkälla.

3) Adnan Abdul Ghani 

Save the Children Sweden, Migration thematic expert
Member of EU Commission Expert Group on migration, asylum and integration

"PROTECTION BEYOND REACH": STATE OF PLAY OF REFUGEE AND MIGRANT CHILDREN'S RIGHTS IN EUROPE

Adnan is a refugee from Syria and the initiator of the Support Group Network (SGN), a refugee led organization in Sweden. He is a thematic adviser for Region Västra Götaland for the regional development strategy 2020 to 2030 and a member of the EU Commission Expert Group on migration, asylum and integration.

It is six years to the day since Alan Kurdi lost his life just off the Turkish coast, becoming a tragic symbol of the “refugee crisis” as they call it. European lea-
ders were among the first to say: ‘Never again’, but ever since, they have only made routes more difficult and dangerous for refugees and migrants and the EU responded with increasingly restrictive and dangerous measures.

• What is the state of play of refugee and migrant children’s rights in Europe and what has happened since 2015?
• How about the migration key themes: protection at Europe’s outer borders; immigration detention; access to asylum and residency?

Tidigare konferenser // Previous conferences

Mer information // More information

Kontakt // Contact

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