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Program

 

Children’s Rights – origins, normativity, transformations, prospects

Linköping University, June 7 – 9, 2016

 

Program, Participants, pick up at Railroad station (16.00), LKP Airport (16.45)

 

Monday 6th of June

18.30

 

Arrival in Vadstena, Check-in at Vadstena Klosterhotell

19.00

 

Dinner at Vadstena Klosterhotell, Evening stroll to the Castle of Vadstena

                                                                                                                   

Tuesday 7th of June

9.00-9.30

Chair

Bengt Sandin,  Welcome address

9.30-10.30

JL

Anna Holzscheiter, Enacting Human Rights for Children – A critical constructivist perspective.

Lucinda Ferguson, The Convention on the Rights of the Child:  The Assumed Benefits of Greater Entrenchment and Law’s Conversational Function

10.30-11.00

 

Coffee

11.00-12.00

BS

Jacqueline Bhabha, Contested transformations: Adolescent rights and the challenge of building coherence and consensus for the rights of children in their second decade of life.

Michael Grossberg, American Children and the Persistent Struggle over the ´right` to Sexual Innocence.

12.00-13.00

 

Lunch

13.00-14.00

JJ

Anette Faye Jacobsen, New standards of child protection – international dynamics and challenges.

Johanna von Bahr, Explaining non-compliance with the Convention on the rights of the Child.

14.00-15.00

JL

Ann Quennerstedt, The UNCRC-the voice of global consensus on children’s rights?

Linde Lindkvist, The UNCRC and the Intersection of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.

15.00-15.30

 

Coffee

15.30-16.30

BS

E. Kay M. Tisdall, The Future of Children’s Human Rights? The rise of Children’s wellbeing.

Samantha Brennan, Wellbeing and Autonomy: The Balancing Act of Children’s Rights.

17.15

 

Walk about: Vadstena Kloster  

18.30

 

Dinner at Vadstena Klosterhotell

 

Wednesday 8th of June

 

Breakfast

 

 

8.30-9.30

JL

Afua Twum-Danso Imoh, Understanding Children’s Rights within the Context of Historical Transformations and Social Change in the Sub Saharan Africa.

Bengt Sandin, Where and by whom are rights negotiated? The importance of institutional/political space for the outcome of the definitions of Children’s Rights.

9.30-10.30

BS

Anna Lundberg/Jacob Lind, Technologies of Displacement and Children’s Rights to Asylum in Sweden.

Jonathan Josefsson, Children, rights and asylum – from utopia to apology.

10.30-11.00

 

Coffee

11.00-12.00

JL

Olga Nieuwenhuys, Children’s rights: Power, Movements and Social Justice.

Karin Osvaldsson/Johanna Sköld, BRIS and the advocacy for Children’s rights: Original foundations and contemporary ideas.

12.00-13.00

 

Lunch

13.00-14.00

JJ

Sarada Balagopalan, Childrens rights as Governmentality: The Tragedy of India´s Rights to Education.

Per Wickenberg, Child Rights and Education in a global perspective.

14.00-15.00

BS

Judith Lind, The best interests of the (future) child and the reproductive rights of adults

Johanna Schiratzki, Contemporary transformations of children’s rights – Children in care, parents out of care.

15.00-15.30

 

Coffee

16.00

 

Bus leaves for excursion to Omberg

 

 

Dinner at Omberg Turisthotell

 

Thursday 9th of June

8.30-10.00

 

Karl Hanson, Children’s agency and participation rights when they don’t do “the right thing”

Didier Reynaert, Children’s rights: A Framework to Eliminate Social Exclusion? Critical Discussions and Tensions.

Zoe Moody, Children’s Rights Regimes: Origins and Transformations.

10.00-10.30

 

Coffee

11.00-12.00

 

Round-up of discussion.  Plans for the future

12.00-13.00

 

Lunch

13.30/15.30

 

Bus leaves for Linköping, by the way of the an important historic monument (the Rök stone – runic stone)

 

 

 

 

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