Consortium for Street Children’s annual Research Conference this year will explore different conceptualisations of street-connected children’s identities. It will address the fluidity of their identities and consider the implications of this for researchers, practitioners and street children.
CSC are delighted to announce a talk on the topic of street children and their legal identities by Kirsty Brimelow QC of Doughty Street Chambers and Chairwoman of the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales.
This is taking place on Wednesday 4th November at 2pm – open to everyone.
CSC was represented at member StreetInvest’s Knowledge Exchange Conference about its Growing up on the Streets research project in Harare, Zimbabwe in September 2015.
CSC’s annual Research Conference will take place on Thursday 5th November. The Research Expert Forum meeting will take place on Friday 6th November. The theme this year is street-connected children’s identities, with the title ‘I move, therefore I am not: exploring different conceptualisations of street-connected children’s identities’.
Consortium for Street Children, members and partners mobilized to work for street-connected children’s rights at a recent workshop in West Africa.
Tesco is one of the world leading retailers and has been a corporate partner of CSC since 2006.
In 2012, CSC were one of three beneficiaries to each receive a £233,000 donation from the sale of 2011 Tesco Charity Christmas Cards. Over the years, Tesco has supported the development of CSC’s toolkits, including the ‘Nothing about us without us’ street-connected girls toolkit published in 2014.
Work is complete on CSC’s ‘Working with adolescent street girls’ toolkit. CSC developed the toolkit in direct response to our network members’ need for guidance of this type.