Childhood, well-being, parenting
A project led by Professor Claude Martin, and supported by the Caisse Nationale des Allocations Familiales. Running between 2017 and 2020, the project comprised international seminars, publication and other dissemination exercises. It’s aims were:
- Write and provide summaries (working papers) of international literature to understand what is involved in promoting the well-being of children and youth.
- Exploit data from major international surveys to formulate new hypotheses and offer a new analysis.
- Coordinate an international network through seminars and an international symposium on well-being, its promotion and evaluation, the respective roles of parents and public policies in the socialisation of children.
Members of CPCS were honoured to be part of the project.
More on the project here
Watch edited footage of a paper given by CPCS’ Ellie Lee and Jan Macvarish as part of the project, on the theme of ‘Parenting Cultures, Parenting Determinism and Child Well-Being’.