In line with the key principles guiding UNESCO call for action, the 16th International Summer School seeks to promote innovative thinking and active response to the major contemporary global challenges.
Inspired by the vision of the 2030 Agenda and the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals, especially SDG 4 aimed at ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education for all, we seek to stimulate and promote an interdisciplinary dialogue. Emphasis will be placed in political discourses, social policies, education and human rights; all of them crucial for building more inclusive and sustainable societies.
What we offer:
The 12 day program will include workshops, lectures and a research project with opportunity to present at the two-day closing event – International Mid-term ESA RN10 conference that will take place on 21-22.09.2023* Weekend programme will include city walks with tasks.
Participation in the Summers School Programme is free for participants.
Participants will receive certificate of recognition as the UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair Fellows 2023.
Subject to positive review process we will offer opportunity to publish research findings from the summer school proceedings in one of our journals or the UNESCO JK Chair book series.
Daily schedule comprises methodology and research toolkits, workshops and lectures, working on individual research project dedicated to combatting hate speech, islamophobia and other ‘isms’, in mindfulness of Global Citizenship Education and Education for Peace.
The Summer School is co-funded by the European Commission under the EMPATHY: Challenging discourse about Islam and Muslims in Poland, EU funded project: 101049389 CERV-2021-EQUAL
For more information about the Program and Registration: Summer School 2023