Courses and Training
Retruning for 2014: CRFR are offering 3 Continuous Professional Development courses on research and consultation with children and young people. 2 subsidised places per course are being offered (£250 reduced from £350) for those who work in voluntary organisations (only one place per organisation).
The Master of Advanced Studies in Children's Rights (MCR) is an interdisciplinary and international postgraduate programme in children's rights which attracts a diverse range of graduate students from all over the world. The Master of Advanced Studies in Children’s Rights is a part-time two-year postgraduate programme that combines residential teaching and distance learning.(Application deadline for 2014 to be announced)
MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY IN CHILDHOOD STUDIES, NORWEGIAN CENTRE FOR CHILD RESEARCH, NTNU - APPLICATION DEADLINES. The programme is open to both international and Norwegian students. The approach is multi-disciplinary, with particular emphasis on perspectives drawn from disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, geography, and history.
HREA offers self-directed e-courses, tutored e-learning courses and training workshops for human rights defenders and educators, development and humanitarian workers, staff members of social justice organisations, international and inter-governmental organisations, law enforcement officials and legal and media professionals.
The Structured PhD in Child and Youth Research in association with the Children's Research Centre, School of Social Work and Social Policy and Trinity International Development Initiative is pleased to host a Public Lecture by Dr. Virginia Morrow, Young Lives, Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford.