Three days left until the end of registration for Masters in Children's Rights and Childhood Studies!


The registration for Masters in Children's Rights and Childhood Studies closes on 6 January 2023.

The MA program is led by the Chair in Social Pedagogy and the UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair at the Institute of Education. This internationally focussed MA will examine current social theories and practices within globally diverse childhoods as compared against the historical and contemporary understanding of human rights. Gaining the contemporary and historical understandings of children, childhood and child rights, students will engage with international academics, researchers and practitioners to critically explore policy, project outcomes, case studies and innovative projects in order to develop their own critical leadership in working with children and young people to change society.

Graduates who complete the MA degree are expected to be well equipped to take on a range of
academic and professional roles internationally and within their home country. Building upon
previous studies and experience, graduates may choose to electives from within the streams of
Academic/ResearchAdvocacy/Project Management and Practitioner. The MA program is highly
suited to professionals and practitioners seeking positions of leadership and management in
children’s and youth serviceseducationhealthlegalsocial policy and care; and non-government organisations.

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