The Institute for the African Child has extended the abstract deadline for the Including Children: Celebrating 10 years of the Institute for the African Child to January 5, 2009. The Institute for the African Child (IAC) was established in 1999 to expand the Academic discourse to include a focus on children’s issues in Africa.
Including Children will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the IAC by bringing together Africanists from inside and outside the Academy to assess the current state of knowledge about childhood in Africa and to explore directions for the future. Participants will have the opportunity to present work on issues that impact Africa’s children; interact with colleagues working in related areas; and network with organizations working with Africa’s children.
Conference Call For Papers
Submissions will be welcomed in the
The differential impact of development on the African child
Education and the African child
The African child and the environment
The African child and human rights
Health and the African child
Peace and disarmament and the African child
Housing, homelessness and the African child
The African child and poverty
The African girl child
Media and images of African childhood
Humanitarian relief and the African child
The African child and religion/spirituality
The African child and social activism
The African child and work
African youth and sport
This is not an exhaustive list, and proposals are welcomed in any area relevant to the conference. Proposals should be submitted in the form of a 200 word abstract via email to Andria Sherrow, Assistant Director of The Institute for the African Child, email@example.com. Abstracts are due by December 16, 2008. Presenters will be notified by January 22, 2009.
Andria M. Sherrow, M.A.
Institute for the African Child
Center for International Studies
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