CCWD

Conferences & Events

15
March
2019
IV Annual Conference: What works? Social and Behavioral Approaches to Boost Children's Well-Being
Based on their research and development projects across the world, experts from different fields will present new insights into behavioral and social change, focusing on community engagement and empowerment to improve child development.
05
November
2018
Jacobs Center – CCWD 2018 Workshop: Technologies linked to Child and Youth Development
Prof. Guilherme Lichand, Prof. Hannes Schwandt, Prof. Ulf Zölitz, and Dr. Simon Hänni are organizing an interdisciplinary one-day workshop at the University of Zurich focuses on novel technologies used for measuring child and youth development.
30
August
2018
Research Symposium - Bingu International Conference Center (BICC)
UNICEF, in collaboration with UNICEF’s Swiss National Committee and the Swiss Development Agency, formalized a 30-year research partnership with the Department of Economics at the University of Zurich. The objective of the partnership is to align the research interests of the University with the research agenda and program design interests of UNICEF in social norms and resilience.
16
March
2018
Annual Conference on Child Health - Children's Life Journeys and Critical Inflection Points
Experts from different fields presented new insights from their research on development economics, focusing on child health and on designing policies to improve child well-being and development.
30
November
2017
Jacobs Center – CCWD 2017 Workshop: Longitudinal Studies
The Center for Child Well-being and Development at the University of Zurich along with the Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development will conduct a workshop on longitudinal studies on November 30, 2017 at the University of Zurich.
17
March
2017
Annual Conference of the Center for Child Well-Being and Development - University of Zurich, 17-18 March 2017
Experts from different fields will present new insights from their research on development economics, focusing on social norms & behavior, and climate change & resilience.