July 2015

Chinese children’s identities at the intersection of policies, civil society and migration

Paper presented at the AAS-in-Asia: “Asia in Motion: Ideas, Institutions, Identities”, 22-24 June 2015 in Taipei, in the panel entitled “Inclusion/exclusion: Identity policies in contemporary Asia and beyond” Adult policy makers execute power by determining who and what a child is and thus actively decide on which children are socially included and excluded. Civil society organizations, then, react to children’s … Continue reading

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