Do I count if you count me? A critical look at counting street-connected children
Invitation to CSC’s annual Research Conference – London UK, 4th November
The Consortium for Street Children invites you to attend our second annual Research Conference in London UK on 4th November 2014.
What: This one-day Research Conference will address the challenges and opportunities of counting street children
Why: Practitioners across the world struggle with donor demands and their own needs for accurate numbers of street-connected children. The Conference provides the space and opportunities for NGOs and academics to reflect on their practices and learn from one another
Where: Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre, London UK
When: 9:00am – 5:00pm, Tuesday 4th November 2014
How: A participatory format in which leading researchers and practitioners engage in panel-led discussions, workshop sessions, presentations and networking sessions to ask tough questions about and build useful connections for research
Tickets are priced at £30 per person and are free for students.
We are unfortunately unable to pay for travel to and accommodation in London.
Please RSVP to Natalie Turgut (Natalie@streetchildren.org) by 13th October to confirm your place.
Dr Lorraine van Blerk, Chair of CSC’s Research Expert Forum
Dr Sarah Thomas de Benitez, CEO of CSC
Information on CSC: We are the largest global network dedicated to raising street children’s voices, promoting their rights and improving their lives. We do this through our focus on advocacy, research and network development. We have 80 network members working in 130 countries. For more information on CSC, please visit www.streetchildren.org.
Information on CSC and Research: In 2012 we established our Research Expert Forum, to advise and support CSC’s practitioner members, to which we have attracted some of the most experienced and committed scholars researching with street-connected children today. Our first Research Conference in 2013 focused on Getting the evidence together – Doing participatory research with young people. For more information on CSC and Research, please visit www.streetchildrenresources.org