11th International Summer School
"International experiences in the area of refugee and migrant children's adaptation - theory, research, praxis"
September 2017, Warsaw, Poland.
Partners: The Polish National Commission for UNESCO and Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange – CEEPUS Programme
Between 7 and 16 September 2017 the UNESCO/Janusz Korczak Chair at the Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw (Poland) will hold the 11th International Summer School entitled: "International experiences in the area of refugee and migrant children's adaptation - theory, research, praxis".
We kindly invite graduates of pedagogy, psychology, sociology and anthropology as well as other social sciences, PhD students, academics and researchers whose academic-research work and practical activities are linked to the subject. We also invite practitioners whose activities are related to this Summer School's issues.
The Summer School programme includes lectures, workshops, discussions, study visits, individual meetings with academics as well as discussion meetings devoted to the participants’ research work and practical activities realized by them.
The language used during the school activities is English.
More information: http://www.aps.edu.pl/unesco-chair/unesco-janusz-korczak-chair-international-summer-schools.aspx
Polish National Commision for UNESCO/ The CEEPUS Programme-Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange Scholarship:
Like every year the sholarship cover the cost of accommodation, food, participation in the International Summer School, materials and an official dinner.
Travel, visa, insurance costs or the cost of transfer from and to the airport are not covered.
This year part of the Summer School is connected with the International Congress on Children's Rights - the 8. International Korczak Conference. The events is co-organized by: the Ombudsman for Children of the Republic of Poland and the International Janusz Korczak Association (IKA). Among the partners are: UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair and the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Ms Aleksandra Niedźwiedzka-Wardak
Office for International Relations (room3222)
The Maria Grzegorzewska University
ul. Szczęśliwicka 40; 02-353 Warszawa, Poland
tel. (+48) 22 589 36 00; extension number: 3222