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Objective and summary of the project One may wonder whether a cultural system that has placed children's best interests at the center of its priorities could generate situations of significant vulnerability for some of them. This is the core question of the current research project. It is rooted in two inter-related observations: (1) the view of the child has evolved over the last century. The child is now viewed as a human subject with multiple rights: education, security, stability, health, well-being, expression, …
Emilie Collette, assistant in PSP/IPSY, received the ARES Maystadt prize for her PhD, which was co-sponsored by Marie-Anne Schelstraete and Mariane Frenay.
Some IPSY members are conducting research projects in the form of surveys on one or another aspect of the pandemic. This research is available below. Thank you for advancing our knowledge by participating!