The Maria Grzegorzewska Pedagogical University, Warsaw, Poland

All of the UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair’s in Interdisciplinary Studies on Child Development and Well-being activities are aligned with UNESCO’s priorities in relation to humanities and social sciences. We undertake actions, which respond to the challenges of the modern world defined by Sustainable Development Goals. Themes and topics of organized events include:sustainable development, cultural diversity, human rights (children’s rights), interculturality, intercultural psychology and
pedagogy, as well as modern psychological, pedagogical and sociological challenges.

The UNESCO Chair Tram conducts the interdisciplinary research programs, participates in conferences, seminars, debates, study visits (in Poland and abroad) and, since 2006, organizes the International Summer Schools for young academics, PhD Students and practitioners whose activities are connected with children development and well-being issues.

The primary objective of the Chair is to maintain and strenghten the international academic links in the field of interdisciplinary
studies on child development and well-being, as well as to develop the international didactic cooperation.

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Children’s Rights European Academic Network (CREAN)

c/o Centre for Children’s Rights Studies
University of Geneva, Valais Campus
PO Box 4176
CH 1950 Sion 4 - Switzerland
 
crean@unige.ch
Tel. +41 (0)27 205 73 06
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