Childrensculture.fi

Welcome to the portal of children’s culture in Finland. This portal serves as an instrument for networking and as a data bank for everyone interested in Finnish children’s culture, e.g. various children’s cultural organisations, operators and audiences.

The portal provides information on the most up-to-date trends and events in the field. The portal is maintained by the Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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07.10.2019 Tampere Paper 2019: Implementation of Children’s Cultural Rights

Tampere Paper 2019: Implementation of Children’s Cultural Rights

The first International Children’s Culture Forum gathered in Tampere, Finland, on September 30th and October 1st, 2019. During the forum, the international panel of researchers and practitioners shared their perspectives and formed a consensus on the central role of rich and diverse children’s culture and arts, as well as culture education for building a well-functioning and democratic society. The panel of participants identified that the key challenge in implementing children’s cultural rights is to ensure and secure meaningful participation and engagement for all children. The following recommendations target the six critical issues in this task. Read the full paper here. Read more..

05.07.2019 International Children’s Culture Forum 2019: Registration is open!

International Children’s Culture Forum 2019: Registration is open!

International Children's Culture Forum 2019 programme is published and registration is open. Join us in Tampere in September! Read more..

08.04.2019 International Children’s Culture Forum: Call for Presentations has begun!

International Children’s Culture Forum: Call for Presentations has begun!

We welcome innovative examples of policies, practices and research on children’s arts and culture. We are looking for presentations or short workshops that describe or analyse at least one of the conference themes. Presentations can focus on policy, practice or research. Read more..