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Dydd Mercher 28th

8.30 – 10.00

Cofrestru (Penrhyn)     
Te, Coffi a Teisennau                       

10.00 – 10.15 Croesawu i'r gynhadledd  (Prif Neuadd)
10.15 – 11.45


Children's Rights


Children in the Margins


Student Session 1

(Prif Neuadd)

Yvonne McDermott & Hayley Roberts: Compliance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in the Context of Devolution

Teresa Crew: Asking the same old questions, but nothing gets done!!! Observations from conducting research ‘with’ and ‘for’ Gypsy Travellers in north Wales

Laura Clancy: Young Peoples’ worldview in a ‘globalised’ world: the influence on decision-making and agency in their own education

Ben Raikes: The support needs of children with parents in prison as articulated by children themselves – a comparison between European countries and Uganda

Glenn Miles: Why are boys missed off the agenda of policy makers and practitioners when it comes to addressing sexual abuse and exploitation

Tansy Swerdlow: Identifying potential barriers faced by education practitioners in engaging with Forest Schools

Yolanda Corona: Children´s councils in Mexico: challenges for children´s participation in public policies

Gwilym Sion Gruffudd & Llinos Haf Spencer*: Priorities of rural school managers on the educational achievement of pupils experiencing poverty.

*Bydd y cyflwyniad hwn yn cael ei gyflwyno yn Gymraeg, gyda chyfieithu.
Yan Wang: Rebuild ‘floating children’s’ sense of belonging by the way of art classrooms and courses
11.45 – 12.00 Te a Coffi (Penrhyn)
12.00 – 1.00


'Saving, Seeing, Hearing and Regarding Children: the journey from Geneva Declaration to Geneva Delegation' (Prif Neuadd)

1.00 – 2.00 Cinio (Penrhyn)

2.00 – 3.30



Resilience and Wellbeing


Young People's Voices


Roundtable Discussion

(Prif Neuadd)

Myfanwy Davies: Listening to the Voices of Young Mothers as users of a programme to build Resilience in Gwynedd

Gozde Burger: Young People’s Experiences of Parental Divorce in England and Turkey

Kata Dozsa

‘Ageism or Protectionism’: Policies on public participation of children and youth in climate change governance

Margiad Elen Williams: Evaluation of the Enhancing Parenting Skills 2014 programme for parents of young children with behaviour problems

Julian Burton: Echo chambers, safe spaces, and the meaning of democratic engagement: How young "activists" frame online discourse

Sara Southall: Stronger together? A systems analysis of connections and collaborations among young people and local services supporting youth health and wider wellbeing

Sue Kay-Flowers: Creating a bricolage: working with young people to design a research study giving voice to young adults' childhood experiences of parental separation

3.30 – 4.00 Te, Coffi  a Cebabs Ffrwythau (Penrhyn)                   
4.00 – 5.30

Arsyllfa Cymru ar Hawliau Dynol Plant a Phobl Ifanc:

Sesiwn i'w gadarnhau

Dydd Iau 29th

9.30 – 10.00

Te, Coffi a Teisennau                         

10.00 – 11.00


Regarding children and young people in school: participation, recognition, and wellbeing’  (Prif Neuadd)

11.00 – 11.30 Te a Coffi
11.30 – 1.00


Policy & Child Wellbeing


Voices of Young People in Research


Roundtable Discussion

(Prif Neuadd)

Marguerite Hoerger:
A comprehensive model for early years education in maintained special schools. 

Sue Kay-Flowers and Cristina Faludi: Sex and relationship education in schools: young adults' views on their experience and suggestions for change

Aled Griffiths and Fiona McDonald: Supporting young people through the  process of coming out as LGBT+ and beyond


David Dallimore: Valuing children? Childcare policy in Wales

Alessandra Alloni, Maria Rosaria Centrone and Francesca Viola: What are adolescents’ views, perspectives and needs with regard to sexuality education in schools in the Italian context(s)?

Kelly Bracewell: ‘I think just everyone needs someone to talk to.  So it would be nice if there was someone to listen…’  The complexity of the needs of teenagers who use refuge accommodation

Patricio Cuevas-Parra: Child-led research – is it an effective method to support children’s voices to influence decisions around their wellbeing and protection from violence?

1.00 – 2.00 Cinio a Phosteri (Penrhyn)
2.00 – 3.00


The Price is Right: Assessing the impact of Neoliberalism on Children’ (Prif Neuadd)

3.00 – 3.15 Te a Coffi (Penrhyn)
3.15 – 4.45




Student Session 2


Roundtable Discussion

(Prif Neuadd)

Jarrett Davis: On the Border: Exploring the Perspectives and Experiences of Street-Involved Children on the Thai-Cambodian Border

Elakkiya Karunakara Pandian: the Right to life of Juvenile Offenders

Carrie Pemberton-Ford:  DUBS and the challenge of Unaccompanied Children across Europe


Gloria Ghéquière: Mind the gap: deconstructing differences between migrant children in European border policies

Caroline Clussen:  “You have to play the long game”: Men engaging boys in healthy masculinity through school based sexuality education

Denise Moreira: The impacts of transnational trajectories of Brasilian children in their relational dynamics in the context of the British school System

Grace McGuire: Listening to the voices of children in their experiences of participating in domestic violence recovery intervention: implications for research and practice

Natalie Roberts: The use of space and policies in a youth homeless hostel and its implications on social relationships

6.00 pm Bar ar agor
7.00 – 10.00pm

Cinio'r gynhadledd a Ceilidh (Prif Neuadd)

Dydd Gwener 30th

9.00 – 9.30

Te, Coffi a Teisennau                         

9.30 – 10.30


‘Positive Youth Justice: Children First, Offenders Second’ (Prif Neuadd)

10.30 – 10.45 Te a Coffi
10.45 – 12.15


Education & Learning


Youth Justice & the Law


Roundtable / Workshop

(Prif Neuadd)

Sandra Hiett & Jude Bird: Cultural Education: closing the attainment gap for disadvantaged children


Karen Smith: Beyond the Discourse of Investment: Justice for Children

Glenn Miles & Jarrett Davis: “Mind The Gap”: What are the gaps in addressing sexual abuse/exploitation of Men, Boys and Transgender and how can we address it


Anna McCormack: Perceptions of support for secondary school learners with dyslexia in France and in Wales: case study analyses

Martina Feilzer: A new era for youth justice? Exploring the dramatic fall in young people going through the youth justice system and its meaning for youth justice

Deborah Crook: Participatory Classrooms: What happens when children and adults work together for change?

Tanya Herring: Stateless children in the United Kingdom are at risk of Human Trafficking'  – Can legal empowerment be achieved by an International Norm Responsibility to Prevent (R2Prev)?

12.15 – 1.15

Arsyllfa Cymru ar Hawliau Dynol Plant a Phobl Ifanc:

Lleisiau Bach/Little Voices Digwyddiad ysgol gyda disgyblion Ysgol Llanddulas Bl6 (Prif Neuadd)

1.15 pm

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