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5th Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators From Welfare to Well-being Child indicators in research, policy and practice 2-4 September 2015 P R O G R A MME Hosted by In partnership with ISCI Conference Programme WEDNESDAY 2 SEPTEMBER 8.00 REGISTRATION Kramer Chairs: Katharine Hall 9.15 OPENING PLENARY & Shazly Savahl LT1 Welcome and Katharine Hall introduction: Children's Institute, University of Cape Town & Conference convenor Max Price Vice Chancellor, University of Cape Town Sabine Andresen ISCI Board / Goethe University of Frankfurt Setting the scene: Yoka Brandt Deputy Executive Director, UNICEF Benyam Dawit Mezmur Chair: UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, and Deputy Chair: AU Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child Jonathan Bradshaw Social Policy Research Unit, University of York 11.00 TEA 11.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 1a Kramer PANEL: The relationship between child well-being and family well-being Convened and chaired by Sabine Andresen, Goethe University, Germany LT2 Insitute of Sociology and Social Policy, Dagmar Kutsar Family and child wellbeing: a puzzle in policies and practice. University of Taru, Estonia see abstracts book p. 18-20 The conception of the relation between child well-being and parental well- Dept of Educational Science, Goethe Sophie Künstler being within the context of poverty. University, Germany Dept of Educational Science, Goethe Nora Irenee Parental perspectives on poverty and well-being. University, Germany Child-rearing within families out of children's view: A qualitative study Dept of Educational Science, Goethe Katharina Gerarts about intergenerational relationships of power. University, Germany Deprivation and vulnerability of families with low socio-economic Dept of Educational Science, Goethe Sabine Andresen background: A qualitative study. University, Germany 1b PANEL: Meeting the challenge of cultural, linguistic and socio-economic diversity Kramer in the measurement of developmental domains during early childhoo

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