Children’s Rights (2023)
|Location||Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland|
The participants of the CAS are taught by leading academics and actors in the field of children’s human rights, who are up-to-date with the latest developments and debates. The multidisciplinary and international environment gives the programme a unique character.
CHF 2’000.- per module. For registration for individual modules, please contact the secretariat .
Acquire specialised knowledge in children’s rights in their theoretical as well as in their practical dimensions through an international and an interdisciplinary approach to the study of children’s rights
Understand and critically discuss the role of international instruments on children’s rights in the implementation and monitoring of children’s rights, with a particular focus on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Professional who works with children’s rights issues: lawyer, psychologist, sociologist, judge, law enforcement officer, social worker, teacher, government official, staff from governmental and non governmental organisations, academic and journalist
Hold a bachelor’s degree in the field of social and human sciences conferred by the University of Geneva, a Swiss University of Applied Sciences, a University recognised by the University of Geneva, or a qualification deemed to be equivalent by the Steering committee
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