The purpose of this event, which will be held on 02 October 2020, is to interactively engage participants in a fruitful dialogue about “Ethics and Children’s rights”. Participants are encouraged to discuss their research and topics in small groups in a workshop steered by a Senior Researcher. Thus, we encourage participants to submit a 250-word abstract until 15 June 2020 on one of the two following themes, distributed in two sessions:
When doing research with children and young people, ethical issues arise at all stages of the life cycle of the project and invite to reflexivity. Issues related to trust are raised when: i) Contacting gatekeepers and accessing children and young people. Requirements may differ depending on the country, the place of research and the groups we want to do research with. ii) Building rapport and negotiating consent with children and young people and explaining issues related to anonymity and confidentiality. iii) Saving and using photographs and videos of children and young people in research outputs (security, misuse, dissemination…). iv) Involving children and young people in the analyses of the data and in the dissemination of results.
Thirty years ago the UN Convention did not envisaged the fast pace of digital evolution and related challenges children and families face. Since then, the digital landscape has been increasingly accessible to younger generations of children and decisions to keep children safe online has created tensions between rights to protection and participation. Considering some polarised debates and controversies on the inevitability of digital in children’s lives and in finding a balanced approach, we invite researchers and scholars to discuss and reflect on ethics concerning children’s protection, participation and provision rights and how these transfer to the digital? What changes in the digital sphere? Or not? How can we think these rights properly, namely right to privacy, image rights, right of personal portrayal.
Submission and selection process:
Abstracts must be submitted by 15 June 2020 to the following e-mail: email@example.com
Submit your abstract as an e-mail attachment with no references to the author(s). Author(s) details (name, affiliation and contact details) must be included in the e-mail message.
It is possible to attend the workshop without any presentation. In this situation, please inform the organizers on your interest and make the registration. The total number of participants is limited to 50.
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There will be a small fee to cover attendance and refreshments at the pre-conference:
35€ for Non-Ecrea members
30€ for ECREA members
15€ for PhD students.
Children, Youth and Media (CYM) Section (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sara Pereira (ICS/University of Minho, CECS)
Cristina Ponte (FCSH/Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, ICNOVA)
Teresa Sofia Castro (FCSH/Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, ICNOVA)
Pedro Moura (ICS/University of Minho, CECS)
Joana Fillol (ICS/University of Minho, CECS)