The Ariel Foundation International is a non-profit NGO that promotes partnerships, peace and prosperity through entrepreneurship via education experiences through service leadership and support of children, young people and their communities in developing countries. AFI has developed several unique participatory summits for children and youth on the international level, that include reports to inform world leaders to guide policy.
The European Network of Masters in Children’s Rights (ENMCR) aims to foster cooperation produce innovative knowledge and promote learning between advanced programmes on children’s rights across European Universities. The network brings together academics researchers, NGOs, public agencies and students to create a range of activities. For example the development of common resources such as virtual exchange, funding and scholarships conferences and seminars, exchanging experiences in teaching and curriculum development raising the profile of the field through disseminating information staff and student exchange exploring common research areas and developing joint student projects, cooperating with other networks and the organisation of workshops, seminars and conferences.
ELIANT is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) active in civil society that works with other organisations to create a regulatory framework which allows parents to decide personally how they want their child to be educated, which enables each individual to choose the medicine in which he or she has confidence and which helps to introduce, maintain and develop products which are produced in a way that sustains the earth and the environment.
IASWECE aims at improving the situation of the young child in the world through fostering Waldorf early childhood education and care by supporting the development of new projects for training and mentoring for ECEC practitioners, organising conferences study and research on burning issues, creating a space for colleagues to meet work and study.
Eurochild member CREAN’s next biennial conference in 25-26 April 2024 will explore the topic of ‘Collaborative Research in Children’s Rights. Fostering Dialogue Between Academia and Society’. This article was co-written…