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UNICEF engages in thought-provoking deep dialogue on the changing face of childhood.

This 10-part special series on "The Future of Childhood" marks the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Host Sarah Crowe is joined by some of the world’s leading minds to explore the future of child rights over the next thirty years and beyond. The series tackles a range of burning and emerging issues for children, from paediatrics to politics, from digital rights to development, from neuroscience to a new renaissance.

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UNICEF engages in thought-provoking deep dialogue on the changing face of childhood.

This 10-part special series on "The Future of Childhood" marks the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Host Sarah Crowe is joined by some of the world’s leading minds to explore the future of child rights over the next thirty years and beyond. The series tackles a range of burning and emerging issues for children, from paediatrics to politics, from digital rights to development, from neuroscience to a new renaissance.

    Lawrence Aber on child development

    Lawrence Aber on child development

    UNICEF's 10-part special podcast series on "The Future of Childhood" - to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In this episode, Sarah Crowe, speaks to Lawrence Aber. Professor Aber, recognized scholar for his research on children and poverty, joined the Steinhardt faculty as Professor of Applied Psychology and Public Policy in 2004. His work on social, emotional, and behavioral development of high-risk children integrates basic and applied research with public policy.

    • 29 min
    Amanda Third on indigenous communities

    Amanda Third on indigenous communities

    UNICEF's 10-part special podcast series on "The Future of Childhood" - to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In this episode, Sarah Crowe, speaks to Amanda Third talks on indigenous communities online. Professor Amanda Third is Principal Research Fellow in Digital Social and Cultural Research in the Institute for Culture and Society. Her research focuses on the socio-cultural dimensions of young people's technology use, with particular emphases on children's rights.

    • 21 min
    Dr. Perri Klass on pediatrics

    Dr. Perri Klass on pediatrics

    UNICEF's 10-part special podcast series on "The Future of Childhood" - to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In this episode, Sarah Crowe, speaks to Dr. Perri Klass on pediatrics. Perri Klass, MD has been writing as a medical journalist dating back to her years as a student at Harvard Medical School when she published a series of essays, reflections on medical training, in the Hers column of The New York Times. She has published her medical journalism in many newspapers.

    • 27 min
    Gerd Leonhard on children’s neuroscience

    Gerd Leonhard on children’s neuroscience

    UNICEF's 10-part special podcast series on "The Future of Childhood" - to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In this episode, Sarah Crowe, speaks to Gerd Leonhard on children’s neuroscience. Listed as one of the top 100 most influential people in Europe Gerd's Leonhard work focusses on the future of humanity and technology, digital ethics, artificial intelligence, future-leadership and communications.

    • 32 min
    Larry Wolff on the history of childhood

    Larry Wolff on the history of childhood

    UNICEF's 10-part special podcast series on "The Future of Childhood" - to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
    NYU Professor Larry Wolf speaks on history of childhood
    Professor Wolff works on the history of Eastern Europe, the Habsburg Monarchy, the Enlightenment, and on the history of childhood. He tends to work as an intellectual and cultural historian. He has been most interested in problems concerning East and West within Europe.

    • 30 min
    Kumi Naidoo - SG Amnesty International

    Kumi Naidoo - SG Amnesty International

    UNICEF's 10-part special podcast series on "The Future of Childhood" - to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

    In this episode, Sarah Crowe, speaks to Kumi Naidoo on the environment and human rights.

    Kumi Naidoo is a life-long social justice and environmental campaigner hailing from South Africa. Born in Durban in 1965, Kumi’s first taste of activism came at age 15 when he organised and took part in an anti-apartheid protest that saw him expelled from his school.

    • 28 min

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