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Children’s Citizenship and Participation Rights- accessibility and exclusion (CCPR) Intensive Summer School Programme, Universitatea Babes-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca

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Children’s Citizenship and Participation Rights- accessibility and exclusion (CCPR)
Intensive Summer School Programme
Date: 28.06.2009-11.07.2009
Location: Universitatea Babes-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca


Partner universities:
§ Universitatea Babes-Bolyai (UBB);
§ Freie Universität Berlin (FUB);
§ Universiteit Antwerpen (UA);
§ University of Edinburgh (UoE);
§ Universidad Complutense Madrid (UCM);
§ Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA)

Summary:
CCPR is a summer school IP, that will give insight into different aspects of children’s citizenship and participation rights from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The common teaching and learning experience should serve as motor to integrate the national and European study programmes at the partner universities and enhance exchange between European universities from all European regions.

The motivation and objectives are to contribute to make children’s European citizenship, their right to information and participation in the knowledge-based society a reality. CCPR aims to develop complex levels of knowledge based on the understanding between cultures across Europe.

The direct target groups are postgraduate and excellent undergraduate students (from social sciences, law, public administration, international development studies). The citizen children of Europe are the indirect target group.

The main activities of the project are:
• courses and tutorials,
• web-based exercises
• Building of a web-campaign on children’s citizenship and participation rights
• cultural activity in order to improve the understanding of different identities and diversity.

The expected outputs of the programme are:
• a training manual published
• an e-syllabus developed and e-posted,
• a web-campaign for children’s and young people’s rights established

Who can participate?
Students and prospective students of all partner universities can participate in the Summer School. There are a maximum of 27 places. Participants are required to have sound knowledge of the English language.

How to apply for the summer school?
An application form will be uploaded on this site by early March 2009, which you fill have to fill out and submit to the local coordinator at your university.
For more information, visit the website: http://www.ewi-psy.fu-berlin.de/en/einrichtungen/weitere/enmcr/news/IP.html

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