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A Minor Field Study on Student Participation through Class and School Councils in Copperbelt Province, Zambia.

Ammitzböll, Sandra & Hall, Charlotta. (2011): A Minor Field Study on Student Participation through Class and School Councils in Copperbelt Province, Zambia. Lund University: School of Social Work.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

Accountability For Children’s Rights

The Human Rights Unit within the Programme Division of UNICEF commissioned this working paper on accountability for children’s rights, and convened a two-day workshop in March 2014, bringing together social accountability researchers, practitioners and child rights experts to discuss how civil society engagement can help accelerate results for children by holding governments accountable. This paper focuses on social accountability and its potential to achieve results and equity for children, as experiences are emerging that show its benefits to governance, citizenship and development outcomes. It also outlines how social accountability can help engage children and adolescents meaningfully in matters that affect them and their communities.

Change Agents and Change of Norms: International Experiences on Training in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Schools

Wickenberg, P. & Leo, U. (2014) Change Agents and Change of Norms: International Experiences on Training in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Schools. CICE Hiroshima University, Journal of International Cooperation in Education, Vol.16 No.2 (2014) pp.105 - 120.

Deepening understanding of democracy and democratic participation in South African Schools in the context of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Final Project Report from Batch 5, South Africa.
Authors: Dyer, Claire; Masinga, Nokuzola; Ndlovu, Sipho.

Enforcing Child Rights Globally

Experiences and Reflections from the International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management - ULF LEO, EMMA ALFREDSSON, LENA ANDERSSON, AGNETA W FLINCK, BODIL RASMUSSON AND PER WICKENBERG (EDS.) This book contains presentations and reflections based on the Impact and Dissemination Seminar held in June 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand with 160 participants from the Child Rights, Classroom and School Management programme of batches 8-14. A batch consists of 30 participants representing 10 countries in teams of three. Lund University has offered the programme since 2003, and it is an Advanced International Training Programme funded by Sida (The Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency).

Global Initiative to end all Corporal Punishment of Children - website

Global Initiative to end all Corporal Punishment of Children The Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children promotes universal prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment. Supporters of this aim include UNICEF, UNESCO and many international and national organisations and prominent individuals. This website contains detailed individual reports on the legality and prevalence of violent punishment in each state and territory in the world, global and regional tables of progress towards prohibition in all settings, information on the human rights imperative to prohibit all corporal punishment, guidance on achieving prohibition, summaries of research on the issue and more. http://www.endcorporalpunishment.org/

GRADUALLY BRIDGING EDUCATION GAP TO GIVE UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN CHANCES OF QUALITY EDUCATION

Final Project Report, Batch 10, Vietnam
Authors: Vu Thi My Hanh, Nguyen Cao Long, Hoang Truong Giang

Guidelines for Inclusion: Ensuring Access to Education for All

The democratic and human rights-based intent of Inclusive Education is defined in the Salamanca Statement and represented in the 'recognition of the need to work towards 'schools for all' - institutions which include everybody, celebrate differences, support learning, and respond to individual needs'. A commitment to this approach is central to UNICEF's work in the region. https://www.unicef.org/eca/education_18613.html UNESCO (2005) Guidelines for Inclusion: Ensuring Access to Education for All. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001402/140224e.pdf

How does a Government Lower Primary School in India work with mathematics? - A study on how the teachers’ mathematical beliefs affect the norms operating in the classroom.

Petersson, Malin; & Bäckström Caroline ( 2014) How does a Government Lower Primary School in India work with mathematics? - A study on how the teachers’ mathematical beliefs affect the norms operating in the classroom. Governmental Lower Primary School Kerala. Malmö University.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

How the educational system in China is designed

Andersson, Felicia; Nordström, Emelie (2014) How the educational system in China is designed. Inner Mongolia Normal University. Malmö University.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF Publications.

UNICEF/UNESCO Hodgkin,Rachel & Newell, Peter (2007). Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF Publications.

Implementation of Participation in Teacher Training on CRC in 3 universities in Inner Mongolia

Final Project Report, Batch 18, China.

Knowledge transfer processes within “Child rights, classroom and school management”. Factors affecting the knowledge transfer processes on an individual- group- and organizational level

Girdea, Andreea (2014) Knowledge transfer processes within “Child rights, classroom and school management”. Factors affecting the knowledge transfer processes on an individual- group- and organizational level: Lund University: Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Master thesis.

Raising Understanding of CRC among Student Teachers in Hawassa College of Teacher Education

Final Project Report, Batch 21, Ethiopia.
Authors: Elizabeth Amare G/Ab, Million Mathewos Korsisa, and Mitiku Kajisho Banata

Realising Child Rights in Education

Experiences and Reflections from the International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management
Authors: Rasmusson, Bodil; Andersson, Lena; Wångdahl Flinck, Agneta; Leo, Ulf; Wickenberg, Per

Realising Child Rights in Education

Experiences and Reflections from the International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management - BODIL RASMUSSON, LENA ANDERSSON, AGNETA W FLINCK, ULF LEO AND PER WICKENBERG (EDS.) | LUND UNIVERSITY This book contains experiences and reflections based on the global Child Rights, Classroom and School Management programme and in particular the Impact and Dissemination Seminar held in February 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with 170 participants from batches 15-21. Lund University has offered the programme since 2003, and it is an Advanced International Training Programme funded by Sida (The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency).

Reflections on implementing Child Rights Convention in Education in a global perspective

Wickenberg, P., Flinck W A., Leo, U., Rasmusson, B. & Yebio, B. (2012) Reflections on Implementing Child Rights Convention in Education in a global perspective 2003-2011. Academia Academia - A Peer Reviewed International Journal on Education. Vol. 1, No 1, January 2012, pp. 20-26. ISSN 2249-2696

The cultural aspect of knowledge transfer between Sweden and Uganda/Tanzania

Ulfhielm, Sofie (2014) The cultural aspect of knowledge transfer between Sweden and Uganda/Tanzania. Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

The Evolving Capacities of the Child
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Lansdown, Gerison (2005) The Evolving Capacity of the Child. UNICEF & Save the Children

The Implementation Of Article 12 Of The United Nations Convention On The Rights Of The Child in Schools (A Pilot Project at Kabale Basic School – Mpika)

Final Project Report from Batch 1, Zambia.
Authors: Chisanga, David; Mumba, Paul; Mwape, Gertrude K.

The parts of a reference

Instructional video from the free online MOOC "Writing in English at University" which was developed at Lund University in 2016.

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child - website

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child The Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is the body of 18 Independent experts that monitors implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by its State parties.http://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/CRC/Pages/CRCIndex.aspx

Three Change Agents' Space of Action: A Case Study at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda.

Grahn, Josefin and Sunesson, Anna (2013) Three Change Agents' Space of Action: A Case Study at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

Ugandan Teachers’ Training College People’s Perceptions of Children Rights to Participation. An Interview Study.

Jaegers, Alexandra (2012) Ugandan Teachers’ Training College People’s Perceptions of Children Rights to Participation. An Interview Study. Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

Unicef Global Research - webpage

Global Research Research is fundamental to UNICEF’s mission. The struggle to safeguard the rights of all children in all circumstances can only succeed when supported by the most reliable evidence and the latest knowledge. The Office of Research – Innocenti - is UNICEF’s dedicated research centre. Its core mandate is to undertake cutting-edge, policy-relevant research that equips the organization and the wider global community to deliver results for children. To achieve its mandate UNICEF Innocenti must work closely with all parts of its parent organization as well as a wide array of external academic and research institutions. Innocenti’s research seeks to inform policy, guide action and also to challenge assumptions. https://www.unicef-irc.org/

Unicef Inclusive Education - webpage

Inclusive Education The democratic and human rights-based intent of Inclusive Education is defined in the Salamanca Statement and represented in the 'recognition of the need to work towards 'schools for all' - institutions which include everybody, celebrate differences, support learning, and respond to individual needs'. A commitment to this approach is central to UNICEF's work in the region. https://www.unicef.org/eca/education_18613.html