Seminar 1

Intersectionality: A Short Introduction
 - Dr Akwugo Emejulu, University of Edinburgh
Intersecting Childhood Identities, Inequalities and Rights: Unpacking concepts and exploring implications - Dr Kristina Konstantoni, University of Edinburgh
Using multiple theoretical lenses to explore childhood intersectional identities and (in)equalities? - Dr Kylie Smith, University of Melbourne, Australia

Dr Kylie Smith from the University of Melbourne, one of the keynote speakers at Seminar 1, also gave a talk on 'Exploring childhood identities and their relationship with equality and social justice' at the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR). More information about the talk can be found here.

Seminar 2

Introduction to Seminar 2 - Dr Kristina Konstantoni and Marlies Kustatscher, University of Edinburgh
Intersecting identities of children in Nicaragua - "We all work and we all go to school" - Harry Schier, Centre for Children's Rights, Queens University, Belfast and CESESMA, San Ramon, Nicaragua
Making Sense - Learning for Family Support from young people's views and experiences - Professor Pat Dolan, UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway

Seminar 3

Intersectionality, methods and research - Marlies Kustatscher, University of Edinburgh
Gender Sensitive Research in Schools - Joan Forbes, University of Aberdeen & Gaby Weiner, University of Sussex
Growing Up in Scotland - Lesley Kelly, GUS Dissemination Officer, Centre for Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh
Researching Intersectionality and Locality - Professor Peter Hopkins, Newcastle University
Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Reflections - Professor Richard C Mitchell, Brock University, Canada
De-Colonising Restorative Justice Practices: Challenges for Rights-Based Restorative Praxis in Canadian Schools - Dr Shannon Moore & Professor Richard C Mitchell, Brock University, Canada

Seminar 4

Welcome and Introduction to the seminar series - Dr Kristina Konstantoni & Dr Akwugo Emejulu, University of Edinburgh
There is no such thing as a one-dimensional child or adult .... let's do everyday intersectionality! - Dr Rowena Arshad, University of Edinburgh
Using the UNCRC to consider intersectionality in policy and practice - Juliet Harris, Together (Scottish Alliance for Children's Rights)
Food for Thought and Intersectionality - Professor Samantha Punch, University of Stirling
Silences in Policy? - Kay Tisdall, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships
Google Self and the Young Gypsy/Travellers' Lives Project - Article 12 in Scotland