Children's Rights European Academic Network (CREAN)
2004-09 Berlin Germany
Founded by 5 European universities, with the support of G-XF1375 - Rädda Barnen - Save the Children Sweden. Through EU grant, set up 3-year project Children's Rights Erasmus Academic Network, 2012. Following termination of the project, Jul 2015, members of ENMCR and the Erasmus project merged into one single network. In order to ensure the network’s sustainability and future development, the CREAN’s coordination office has been transferred from the Free University of Berlin to the Centre for Children’s Rights Studies at the University of Geneva, 2016.
Support development of education, research and outreach activities; enhance the academic field of children's rights as an interdisciplinary field of studies; encourage research collaboration between members and exchange of information; support integration of children's rights and childhood studies research in academic teaching and social policy; act as facilitator for policy makers at national and international level.
Events2021-09 | Potsdam, Germany – Conference
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