About International Conference on Childhood and Adolescence:
The 2nd International Conference on Childhood and Adolescence and the 5th Annual Meeting of the Social Paediatric Subcommittee (SPS-SPP) of the Portuguese Society of Paediatrics, will take place on 25th, 26th, and 27th of January 2018, at Olaias Park Hotel (Lisbon).
The conference has the main goal of promote a discussion on the social issues of childhood, introducing innovative discussion formats which are more open to the active participation of the audience. Besides, the International Conference on Childhood and Adolescence intends to put on an open dialogue researchers, students and technicians from different areas, like Sociology, Psychology, Social Paediatrics, Education Sciences, Social Service, Nutrition Sciences, Sport Sciences, among others. The multidisciplinary approach is one the great advantages of this conference, which allows the participants to establish contact with other perspectives and points of view, as well as share experiences and knowledge.
About ICCA's first edition:
Nearly 500 participants from all the globe; 15 round-table discussions, 5 speeches, 128 oral presentations, 104 posters, 14 project presentations; awards in 3 categories: best oral presentation, best poster, best project.
The 1st International Conference on Childhood and Adolescence took place at Alfândega do Porto, between 26th and 28th of January 2017, and this first edition have achieved the main goal of promote a place for sharing knowledge and experiences related with the theme "New social issues - the child in the center of the debate".
The edition of 2017 was pointed by the participation of researchers, professors, students and technicians in several areas, as well as institutions which daily works are with childhood and adolescence issues. The organising committee, in cooperation with eventQualia’s team, selected an heterogeneous pool of key-speakers whose work has the ability to make the participation on the conference as fulfilling as possible.The choice of the plenary sessions and, mainly, the composition of the round-tables, was also thought to encourage discussion, inviting the active participation of the audience and allowing a broad share of knowledge and know-how.
We believe that not only this first edition, but all the future editions to come, represent an important contribution for the multidisciplinary approach of the Childhood and Adolescence related themes.