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Međunarodna konferencija Human Rights, Children’s Rights and Participation and Active Citizenship as Learning Outcomes of Higher Education Study Programmes
22. siječnja 2019. godine, Kampus Sveučilišta u Rijeci

Konferenciju organiziraju Agencija za znanost i visoko obrazovanje (AZVO) i Učiteljski fakultet Sveučilišta u Rijeci u okviru međunarodnog ERASMUS+ projekta „Modernity, Education and Human Rights – MEHR“ kako bi se, među ostalim temama, predstavili rezultati istraživanja provedenog u Hrvatskoj o uključenosti ishoda učenja o ljudskim pravima, dječjim pravima i dječjoj participaciji te djetetu kao aktivnom građaninu u studijskim programima, s kratkim pregledom konteksta obrazovanja o ljudskim pravima u Hrvatskoj, kao i neke preporuke za buduće prakse i politike.

Mjesto održavanja konferencije:

Sveučilište u Rijeci
Kampus Sveučilišta
Zgrada Filozofskog fakulteta i Učiteljskog fakulteta, dvorani 006
Sveučilišna avenija 4
51 000 Rijeka
 

Program konferencije

Fotografije s konferencije:

3 MEHR 22.1.2019 6 MEHR 22.1.2019 9 MEHR 22.1.2019 10 MEHR 22.1.2019

 

Preliminarni pregled izlaganja:

08:30 – 9:00

Registration and coffee

09:00 – 09:15

Welcome

  • Emita Blagdan, Agency for Science and Higher Education (ASHE)
  • Representative of the Ministry of Science and Education – CROQF for Teacher Training Qualification and Quality Assurance of Higher Education programmes

09:15 – 9:45

Presentation of the Croatian Report

  • Marina Matešić, Agency for Science and Higher Education & Željka Ivković, Faculty of Teacher Education – Human Rights, Children’s Rights and Participation, Active Citizenship as Higher Education Learning Outcomes

09:45 – 11:00

Panel discussion with stakeholders on Human Rights, Children's Rights and Participation, Active Citizenship in Croatian Higher Education Programmes: Areas of Improvement and Examples

  • Lovorka Bačić, Centre for Peace Studies – Experience of Work with Teachers - Development of Civic Competence and Educational Needs
  • Martina Horvat, GOOD Initiative & GONG – Civic Education through Service LearningBenefits for Students and Society
  • Nikola Baketa, Institute for Social Research, Croatia – Civic Competences in LLP and Youth Worker Study Programme

Moderator: Marina Matešić, Agency for Science and Higher Education

11:00 – 11:15

Coffee

11:15 – 12:15 

A Path Forward: Can Universities Alone Achieve Quality Human Rights Education?

  • Kornelija Mrnjaus, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Pedagogy – Intercultural and Human Rights Education in initial teacher education at the University of Rijeka – lessons learned
  • Anela Nikčević – Milković, University of Zadar, Teacher Training Department – Human Rights in Teacher Training Programmes
  • Aleksandar Šušnjar, PhD Student, University of Rijeka – Perspective on Human Rights Learning Outcomes, SCL and Curriculum Development / Quality Assurance procedures

Moderator: Emita Blagdan, Agency for Science and Higher Education

12:15 –13:30

Lunch (University of Rijeka Campus cantina)

13:30 – 14:30

Human Rights and Interculturality as an Overarching Principle

Keynote speakers:

  • Vedrana Spajić-Vrkaš, University of Zagreb, FFZG Research and Training Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Citizenship – Learning human rights through citizenship education in a culturally plural context: Croatian approach as a lesson for Europe.

  • Matteo Tracchi, PhD Candidate at the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova, Italy – Citizenship education in Italy and Croatia: what place for human rights? A mixed-methods research on human rights education
  • Nihad Bunar, Stockholm University – Providing meaningful and equal education to migrant children – what should we know and do?

Moderator: Željka Ivković, Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Rijeka

14:30 – 15:30

Quality Assurance of Human Rights Learning Outcomes: Lessons Learned

  • John Delap, European Student Union – Student perspective (vox pop teaser)
  • Maria Lucinda Fonseca & Madalena Fonseca, Portugal (international comparative)
  • Željka Ivković, Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Rijeka, (Croatian report feedback summery)Ulf Hedbjörk, UKA – International Policy Perspective (QUAG teaser)

Moderator: Marina Matešić, Agency for Science and Higher Education