VOICE arranges activities several times each year. These activities employ a variety of formats and are conducted in various settings to promote ongoing community discussions of key issues in Childhood Ethics. These may include: lectures by a guest expert or a member of the VOICE team (i.e., researcher, community partner or stakeholder); screening and discussion of a seminal film; discussion of graduate student projects; discussion of current research in progress; and/or discussion of innovative community initiatives.
VOICESeminars are educational and consultation activities that are organized by VOICE (in addition to conducting research):
- Diverse formats are used, conducted in various settings, to promote rich dialogue and engagement among researchers and community partners