Power interplay in spiritual care of children. For the sake of children. Hidden forms of power in caring for children’s spirituality KU Leuven
Thirty years of research on children's rights in the context of migration : towards increased visibility and recognition of some children, but not all? Universiteit Gent
This article presents a tentative analysis of 30 years of academic research in the field of children’s rights and migration (1989–2019). Much research has addressed the plight of unaccompanied, refugee and asylum-seeking children, trying better to link children’s rights considerations with international refugee law. Many publications address the best interests of the child principle and the right to be heard. Most research focuses on (migration ...
European and international policy agendas on children, youth and children's rights: comparison and possible synergies Universiteit Gent
This study compares the policy agendas on children('s rights) and youth of the European Union, the Council of Europe and the United Nations and identifies possible synergies. Focus is placed on those internal policy agendas of the organizations where a policy on children('s rights) or young people is the central objective; EU external policy is excluded from the analysis.
A children’s rights perspective on privacy and data protection in the digital age : a critical and forward-looking analysis of the EU General Data Protection Regulation and its implementation with respect to children and youth Universiteit Gent
European and international policy agendas on children, youth and children's rights: a Belgian EU presidency-youth note Universiteit Gent
This Presidency document describes the state of play of the European and international policy agendas on children, youth and childrenU+2019s rights
The Children’s Loneliness Scale: Factor structure and construct validity in Belgian children KU Leuven Universiteit Gent
The present study examined the factor structure and construct validity of the Children’s Loneliness Scale (CLS), a popular measure of childhood loneliness, in Belgian children. Analyses were conducted on two samples of fifth and sixth graders in Belgium, for a total of 1,069 children. A single-factor structure proved superior to alternative solutions proposed in the literature, when taking item wording into account. Construct validity was shown ...
European and International Policy Agendas on Children, Youth and Children’s Rights. Comparison and Possible Synergies KU Leuven
This study compares the policy agendas on children('s rights) and youth of the European Union, the Council of Europe and the United Nations and identifies possible synergies.