1. To promote and re-establish the value of the evolutionary stage of childhood, particularly emphasizing issues related to children’s rights.
  2. To state the social advantages of an appropriate attention to childhood, although benefits may appear in the long term.
  3. To enhance study and research on different aspects that have an influence on development and integral education of children nowadays. The family, leisure areas, mass media… and education professionals.
  4. To relate study and theoretical research to applied research, thus promoting links between different educational contexts and university, by bringing the latter closer to surrounding realities.
  5. To show the need for participation and coordination between the different contexts or ecosystems where children are.