This network will focus on the implementation of CRC.
Building Peace out of the Experience
This session will be organized by Save the
The session is open for all to listen and
discuss, but will not have open abstract submission for
A more detailed description will follow closer to the event.
Refractions of children’s rights in development practice:
view from anthropology
Olga Nieuwenhuys, University of
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Reynolds, John’s Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA.
Karl Hanson, Institut Universitaire Kurt
Bösch (IUKB) in Sion, Switzerland
will discuss contributions from
social scientists who, from an anthropological perspective, have
researched the impact of the language of rights in development
work on children targeted by NGOs (refugees, street children,
sexually exploited children, child soldiers, working children,
This session is open for abstract submission,
and there is a specific
call for papers related to the session witch also contains
more information about the thematic approach.