Katrina Lloyd, Michelle Templeton, Laura Lundy and Bronagh Byrne presented their work at the 2018 bi-annual conference of the Children's Rights European Academic Network (CREAN). CREAN aims to further enhance the academic field of children's rights as an interdisciplinary field of studies. This year, the conference was held at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. Katrina Lloyd presented on ‘Children’s subjective wellbeing: The role of self-esteem and respect’; Michelle Templeton on ‘What does it mean to be ‘Child-Friendly’?: Children’s Views’ and Bronagh Byrne on ‘From the Global to the Local: Implementing the UNCRC in Policy and Practice’. The closing comments on the conference were provided by Laura Lundy.