King's College London, UK

King's College London

The MA International Child Rights & Development is a multi-disciplinary programme underpinned by a rights-based perspective on child well-being, comprising taught modules in Children’s Rights, Child Protection, Global Childhoods and Child Health & Development, as well as research methods teaching and a dissertation. The programme is policy and practice oriented and provides a strong grounding for students wanting to continue to PhD study. It attracts students from all around the world.

School of Education, Communication & Society at King's College London - our mission is to work for the public good through research and teaching focused on education in its broadest sense - teaching and learning in formal and informal contexts; personal growth and development; and the enhancement of social, civic and professional capability and engagement. This diverse agenda incorporates questions about culture, communication, cognition, authority, power, social justice and ethics in educational and other professional and social contexts, including, for example, health and social care and the cultural sector. Scholarship in the school is interdisciplinary; it is located within the humanities and social sciences and it draws upon a wide range of theoretical and disciplinary perspectives. We have a proud history of contributing to public policy debates and the concerns of professional communities of practice across multiple sectors, both nationally and internationally, and provide programmes of study that help professionals critically analyse, research and effectively respond to changes in thinking and policy in their fields.




Children’s Rights European Academic Network (CREAN)
c/o Centre for Children’s Rights Studies
University of Geneva, Valais Campus
Chemin de l’Institut 18
CH – 1967 Bramois (Sion)
Tel. +41 (0)27 205 73 06