Global Conference on Children and Youth

About

International youth conference

We’re pleased to announce that Oxford, UK will be the host for the Global Conference on Children and Youth from 26th to 28th November 2021. The GCCY 2021 conference _a hybrid event with in-person conference and live-stream virtual sessions_ will bring together research, policy, and practice professionals as well as youth, individuals, agencies, organizations, and community partners to create awareness, highlight successful strategies, learn about research findings, explore new practices and actions and address today’s critical issues with respect to children and youth. The conference will feature expanded sessions for in-depth learning and discussions focused on interrelated topics and conference tracks. We look forward to welcoming attendees – oral and virtual speakers, listeners, poster presenters – to connect, reconnect, and share perspectives. 

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Key Information

Venue

St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.

Networking

Attending the children and youth conferences will provide an opportunity to network and share thoughts on recent advances with other academics and experts in the same or similar fields.

City Tour

Organizing Committee will offer the all children and youth conferences participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about Oxford’s vibrant past and present, with a friendly local guide.

Invvitation Letter

If you require a visa, we advise you to obtain and submit an official Letter of Invitation from the conference organizers to help facilitate the visa process.

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The children and youth development conferences are seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: Children and Youth. Other related tracks and topics will also be considered.

Paper Submission

In order to submit a paper, an author is required to create an online account on the conference website. Only manuscripts submitted via the online submission system will be considered for review.

International youth conference Tracks

  • Child Abuse
  • Child Education
  • Child Labor
  • Child Marriage
  • Child Protection
  • Children and Criminal Justice
  • Children and Employment
  • Children and Globalization
  • Children and Homelessness
  • Children and Immigration
  • Children and Information Technology
  • Children and Politics
  • Children and Poverty
  • Children and Social Inequality
  • Children and Substance Abuse
  • Children and the Minorities
  • Children with Special Care
  • Covid-19 Pandemic and Children
  • Discrimination against Children
  • Domestic Violence against Children
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Early Childhood Literacy
  • Education and Children
  • E-Learning and Children
  • Empowering Youth
  • Empowerment of Children
  • Exploitation of Children
  • Healthcare and Mental Health of Children
  • Homeschooling
  • Child Trafficking
  • Inclusive Education for Children
  • Institutional Care for Children
  • Mental Health of Children and Youth
  • Migrant Children
  • Migration and Youth
  • New Media and Children
  • Parent-Child Relationship
  • Pre-School Education
  • Rehabilitation of Children
  • Rights of Children
  • Technology Acceptance and Adoption
  • Violence against Children
  • Youth and Extremism
  • Youth and Gender Roles
  • Youth and Political Activism
  • Youth and Social Media
  • Youth Career Development
  • Youth Criminal Justice
  • Youth Education
  • Youth Employment
  • Youth, Culture and Identity
  • Youth, Religion and Culture

Mode of Presentation

Oral Presentation

Be an oral presenter of the conference and present your research to a truly international audience.

Poster Presentation

Send your research paper to be a poster presenter at the conference and show your research.

Virtual Presentation

If you can’t attend the conference in person but want to share your research with our international community

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Your safety is our top priority; Join us at GCCY Conference, In-person or Online

The Global Conference on Children and Youth will return as an in-person event in Oxford this November. The 2021 conference will be held at the St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, UK on November 26-28. The conference will also include the live-stream Virtual component for those who cannot join physically but wish to learn, connect and network. Delegates can attend either in person or online from wherever they are in the world. We are concerned about the health and safety of all of our staff, and attendees and are closely monitoring the COVID situation.  Safety Measures for Onsite Conference will include:

  • Increased Cleaning and Sanitation
  • Safety and Physical Distancing
  • Reduced Touchpoints
  • Enhanced Communication
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Avenues for Publication of Your Research Work

The Global Conference on Children and Youth offers a unique opportunity to get your work published and viewed by thousands of peers, scholars, and members of academia across the world. We are committed to support you through your journey in research publication.

  • Conference Proceedings with ISBN
  • Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from CrossRef
  • Proceedings submission to Google Scholar for Indexing
  • Publication opportunities in various Scopus and international indexed journals
  • Publication at Open Access Book
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Registration

Teams of 3+ participants can receive a special discount. Contact us at info[at]gccy.org to claim it.

In order to register for the youth development conferences, you are required to create an online account on the conference website. If you are an author and already created an account for paper submission, just login into your account and finalize your registration.
If you wish to join the conference as a Listener, you need to first create an account by filling out the form. Then you can log in by the assigned Username and Password and make the payment.

Deadline: 19 November

Registration

The conference Organizer would also like to offer the participants

One - Day City Tour Free of Charge

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Discover Oxford

Oxford is a diverse and historic city, just a short distance to the west of London. It’s a major British and European centre for the arts, science, technology and innovation, and a fantastic place to live and study. For centuries, scholars, artists, writers, scientists and film-makers have found inspiration in Oxford’s spectacular architecture—the city’s famous ‘dreaming spires’. Oxford’s complex history has given rise to its unique character. Around the splendid, medieval core of the ancient University and its colleges, there’s a bustling, welcoming modern city.

Oxford is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, with a vibrant and cosmopolitan community. Home to two major universities, it has some 40,000 students, almost a quarter of the city’s population, who come from all over the world. In Oxford, you’re never far away from green spaces—there are parks, gardens and meadows throughout the city, which is also surrounded by rolling countryside. The rivers running through the city give rise to Oxford’s famous traditions of rowing and punting, with miles of scenic waterways to enjoy.