Operational since 2010, KeKi aims to gather, make available, disseminate, stimulate and increase knowledge on children’s rights. Usually, this knowledge is generated by national and international academic research and is intended for researchers from multiple academic disciplines, policy-makers and practitioners working on matters concerning youth and children’s rights. As a non-profit organisation, financially supported by the Flemish Government and substantively backed up by a multidisciplinary, inter-university platform of researchers in Belgium, KeKi occupies a unique position at the intersection of these three domains of research, policy and practice.
Children’s Rights Knowledge Centre (KeKi)
Research child rights
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