CRN Mobilities

CRN_ Mobilities examines the actual and imagined movement of global children and youth, broadly conceived. We invite scholars, students and practitioners to share resources, links, and information that considers young people as agents of mobility and movements, and/or that examines the mobility of ideas about global childhood and youth. Potential topics include but are not limited to: migration and transnational identities, social media and social movements; young people’s influence on global flows of people, capital, ideas, and values; and popular discourse and representations of global children and youth.

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050115-N-4995T-164 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Jan. 15, 2005) Ð From left, Lt. Kent Hepler, Frank Dorney Janeane Robinson, Lt. Cmdr. Steve Shepard and Lt. Cmdr. Joseph Quirk pose together with boxes of donated toys collected by Operation Keiki Aloha. The toy donation drive, Operation Keiki Aloha, will provide children affected by the Dec. 26 tsunami with stuffed animals and toys donated by military personnel and civilians aboard Naval Station Pearl Harbor. HSV-2 Swift is currently in port in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii prior to arriving in South East Asia in support of Operation Unified Assistance, the humanitarian operation effort in the wake of the Tsunami. Swift is home ported at Naval Station Ingleside, Texas and responded on short notice to meet the needs of the humanitarian and disaster relief efforts. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Victoria A. Tullock (RELEASED)
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Jan. 15, 2005) Ð From left, Lt. Kent Hepler, Frank Dorney Janeane Robinson, Lt. Cmdr. Steve Shepard and Lt. Cmdr. Joseph Quirk pose together with boxes of donated toys collected by Operation Keiki Aloha.

 

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