SSCLF hosted its 2017 special fund forum with focus on migrant children’s education and development in the SSCLF’s office building on June 16. More than thirty people from five SSCLF’s special funds, eleven public welfare executive teams and enterprises attended the forum. This is the sixth SSCLF’s project exchange and sharing meeting for the past five consecutive years.
At the forum, Professor Chen Yuanyuan, from the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, shared with the attendees her team’s research results about the migrant children’s education and the related data provided by their new book “The Future of the City", to provide the important basis and consideration for the non - profit organizations’ practice in migrant children’s education. All the participants at the forum had a heated discussion around the theme of "urban migrant children’s education”, on their experience, achievement and confusion in implementing their public welfare projects.
SSCLF acting secretary general Jia Yong pointed out in his summary speech that the forum provided a platform for the related special funds and public welfare executive teams to exchange their valuable experience and share rich resources. The urban migrant children’s education and development has become a major problem in social development and change, and there is tough work ahead and a long way to go. Concerned about the migrant children’s education is also concerned about the future of the city, and the social concern, to a certain extent, will promote the solution of the problem.