Літня школа в галузі освіти для сталого миру
Розпочався прийом заявок на Літню школу ім. Георга Арнхольда. До участі запрошуються молоді дослідники в галузі гуманітарних та соціальних наук із досконалим знанням англійської мови.
Місце: Брауншвайг, Німеччина.
Дати: 25 – 30 липня 2016 року.
Детальний опис англійською:
The Georg Eckert Institute and Teachers College of Columbia University are pleased to announce the third Georg Arnhold International Summer School, which will critically explore theories and practices of human rights education (HRE) at the secondary school level. It will take place at the Georg Eckert Institute in Braunschweig, Germany, from July 25 to 30, 2016.
The Summer School will look back at the evolution of HRE aims and approaches as they pertain to secondary school environments, with discussions on critical approaches and pedagogies, curriculum policies, teaching and learning resources, educator preparation, non-formal programming in schools, and evidence of impact. The Summer School invites participants to “look forward” on topics such as the place of HRE within a larger critique of the human rights framework, the roles of state and non-state actors in delivering HRE, and the challenges and potentialities offered by the use of traditional and nontraditional educational media and curricula. The Georg Arnhold Program has a special interest in post-conflict and transitional societies, though proposals for other contexts will also be considered.
The invitation to the Summer School is extended primarily to doctoral candidates and post-doctoral scholars from the humanities and social sciences (e.g., the fields of education, history, political sciences, sociology, law, anthropology, and psychology). People working for international organizations and NGOs in the relevant fields are also welcome to apply. Applications from students enrolled in a Master’s program and recent graduates with a Master’s degree will be considered in exceptional cases.
The week-long Summer School will bring together early-career scholars, senior researchers, and practitioners interested in the field of human rights education from around the world. It will provide an interdisciplinary and international forum that will allow participants to debate and critically reflect upon key research questions, methods, findings, and their implications. The academic program will include interactive lectures and workshops by renowned experts, offering participants the opportunity to widen their research perspectives and improve their methodological competencies.
The GEI plans to publish the proceedings of the Summer School and will ask participants and experts to submit articles for publication based on their presentations.
The working language of the Summer School will be English. No registration fees apply. Accommodation and meals will be provided for all participants, and economy-class travel expenses will be reimbursed.
The GEI and Teachers College of Columbia University invite suitable applicants to submit abstracts of no more than two pages together with a CV, a list of publications (if applicable), and the completed application form.
Submissions should be made electronically. All documents must be in Word or PDF format, and the total file size may not exceed 3 MB (file name: last name, first name). Please send applications to email@example.com, with the subject line “Arnhold Summer School.”
The deadline for completed applications is May 2, 2016. Successful applicants will be notified byMay 27, 2016.