ACCD has taken the initiative to issue Childhood & Development Quarterly (CDQ) in 2001, which is a scientific periodical specialized in accurate research concerned with the issues related to childhood and development at the Arab level. The target audience of this quarterly includes: researchers at universities and centers, scientific development institutions, experts and professionals in governmental, non-governmental organizations concerned with childhood and young researchers, in addition to scholars in any relevant academic discipline.
Renewing publishing CDQ aims at developing and mobilizing Arab public awareness on childhood issues and child rights, as well as spreading awareness on the status of Arab child and developing his/her abilities.
This is going to be achieved through publishing and encouraging scientific research, and developing knowledge on the status of Arab children within studies, researched, and articles published in CDQ.
- Enriching Arab scientific knowledge in the field of child rights, with concentration on early childhood.
- Encouraging Arab researchers to publish their studies and researches in CDQ.
- Opening channels of communication with specialized universities and scientific centers, as well as media, information, and cultural networks in Arab and foreign institutions concerned with the fields of childhood and development.
- Exchanging experience and knowledge among Arab researchers.
ACCD is implementing this project in partnership with AGFUND.
The Arab Council for Childhood and Development (ACCD) is an Arab non-governmental development organization that has a legal entity and operating in the field of childhood under the presidency of HRH Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz. ACCD was founded in 1987 upon the initiative of the late HRH Prince Talal Bin Abdul Aziz...read more