- A volume in the EERA book series Transdisciplinary Perspectives in Educational Research:“Children’s Rights from International Educational Perspectives” edited by Jenna Gillett-Swan and Nina Thelander. Springer. (https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030808600).
- A special issue of the journal Social Sciences with guest editors and contribution from network 25 – Guadalupe Francia and Jenna Gillett-Swan. ‘Children’s rights from a sustainability perspective: The UNCRC in Dialogue with Agenda 2030’. (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/socsci/special_issues/children_rights_sustainability)
NW 25 offered the special call at ECER 2019: Children’s rights research in education in an era of uncertainty
After ECER 2017, Ann Quennerstedt (Sweden) took over from John I'Anson as new Link Convenor.
From 2011 - 2017 John I'Anson (UK) took over as Link Convenor for network 25.
At ECER 2010 "Education and Cultural Change” in Helsinki there was an interview with the link convenor Solveig Hägglund.
Solveig Hägglund, Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Education at Karlstad University in Sweden, became Link-Convenor from 2006-2010. From the outset the network has engaged a broad range of research interests in relation to children’s rights in education that embraces legal, philosophical, pedagogic and ethnographic approaches.
The Research on Children’s Rights in Education Network began in 2003.
Zoran Pavlovic, Director of Research at the Education Research Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia, assembled a group of researchers from across Europe who were interested in exploring research in children’s rights as a specific focus. He acted as the network’s first Link-Convenor from 2003-2006.
Recent Posts on the EERA Blog:
"Challenges and Future Directions for Children’s Rights in Education", Prof Zoé Moody, Dr Ally Dunhill, A/Prof Jenna Gillett-Swan