The 6th Conference of The International Society of Child Indicators at McGill University, Montreal.

Director of administration and human ressources Vincent Dehon represented the IBCR at the 6th International Society of Child Indicators Conference, from June 28th to 30th , 2017. The event was hosted  by McGill University in Montreal. He participated to more than 20 presentations on child participation, child indicators and advocacy strategies aiming at disseminating research. 

What is ISCI?

The International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI) offers an organised professional home to support and foster collaboration, integrate findings, and disseminate research for developing and using indicators and measuring the status of child and adolescent well-being at the local, national, regional, and international levels.

Researchers, data users, child advocates, and policymakers have made considerable advances in developing and using child indicators. To support their work, ISCI provides an organising structure that brings together experts many fields worldwide. The goals are numerous: from contributing to the the well-being of all children to improving data ressources and methodological approaches, collaboration in research is fundamental and will help organisations apply findings to policy and practice. 

Here are some interesting links to be explored:

  • African Child Policy Forum

http://www.africanchildforum.org/en/index.php/en/

  • Annie E. Casey Foundation – Kids Count Program

http://www.aecf.org/work/#kids-count

  • Emeritus Professor Ferran Casas, Research Institute on Quality of Life, University of Girona

[email protected]

  • ICCRP – International and Canadian Child Rights Partnership – Ryerson University

The monitoring of the rights of the child: a child rights-based – Tara Collins

https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/30695593.pdf

  • IICRD – International Institute for Child Rights and Development – affiliated with Royal Roads University

http://www.iicrd.org/