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UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair International Summer School for researchers

Goal: To bring together researchers from around the world to work together on a project dedicated to "Gender equality and children’s equality in liberal and conservative discourses Implications toward language and society" with support of leading specialists in the field from USA, India, UK, Poland, Germany and other countries.
It is possible to apply for UNESCO fellowship if you are able to stay in Poland for a month (expenses covered by UNESCO fellowship grant do not include: flight, visa nor health insurance but include basic accommodation, meals during summer school activities and participation in 2 conferences - a doctoral one and an ISA one)
For more information consult:
http://www.aps.edu.pl/unesco-chair/unesco-janusz-korczak-chair-international-summer-schools/

DEADLINE for submissions 28 February

It is possible to come on ERASMUS exchange programme if you are from the EU, it is possible to obtain UNESCO fellowship if you are not from the EU or your country is classed as B or C by World's Bank.

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Anna Odrowaz-Coates
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The book is part of the UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair’s book series, published under the patronage of the Polish Commission for UNESCO, as an outcome and a resource for the International Summer Schools, organized since 2006, at the Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw, the city of Korczak. This newly edited volume is dedicated to Janusz Korczak’s heritage and its relevance to current affairs, especially to situations caused by the recent pandemic. The themes presented in this book include educational and social problems with a particular emphasis on human and children’s rights, social inequalities and access to education. The chapters in the book were authored by both well-established academics and by emerging researchers from Argentina, Germany, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Turkey, USA and Poland. The book includes an essay on digital activism by Waliya Yohanna Joseph, which was awarded the Janusz Korczak Prize for Global South 2020.
Anna Odrowaz-Coates
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Free for a week in September 2020? Looking to enhance your expertise in children's rights in the Central and Eastern European Children's Rights Centre? Would you like to expand your academic network and visit historic, yet freshly vibrant city of Warsaw? Affordable fee of 120 euro for a certified academic course. See more.... http://www.aps.edu.pl/unesco-chair/unesco-janusz-korczak-chair-international-summer-schools/
Janusz Korczak PRIZE for GLOBAL SOUTH is a special A stipend programme funded by the Rector of Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw, Poland. In 2020 the stipend covers participation in the 13th UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair International Summer School that will take place at the Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw; 14-18.09.2020 Thematic: "In Korczak's footsteps (Korczak's heritage and philosophy of education)" This is a call for papers
Anna Odrowaz-Coates
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To bring together researchers from around the world to work together on a project dedicated to "Gender equality and children’s equality in liberal and conservative discourses Implications toward language and society" with support of leading specialists in the field from USA, India, UK, Poland, Germany and other countries.
It is possible to apply for UNESCO fellowship if you are able to stay in Poland for a month (expenses covered by UNESCO fellowship grant do not include: flight, visa nor health insurance but include basic accommodation, meals during summer school activities and participation in 2 conferences - a doctoral one and an ISA one)
For more information consult:
DEADLINE for submissions 28 February
It is possible to come on ERASMUS exchange programme if you are from the EU, it is possible to obtain UNESCO fellowship if you are not from the EU or your country is classed as B or C by World's Bank.