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A follow-up on the previous CRC change projects in Inner Mongolia — to form a knowledge base for a network of teacher trainers for implementation of CRC

Final Project Report, Batch 17, China
Authors: Ren Lei, Wu Xiaochun, and Guo Xuelin

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 the Knowledge and Changing the Attitude and Practices of Students and Stakeholders on Child Right in Adare Primary School of Hawassa Town, SNNPR, Ethiopia

Final Project Report, Batch 16, Ethiopia.
Authors: Abera Argo Lankamo

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.

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/

Walking with awareness and knowledge on Child Rights: A case study on bullying at Okahandja Senior Secondary in Otjozondjupa Region.

Final Project Report from Batch 14, Namibia.
Authors: April, Roderick; Coetzer, Hennie; Shilamba, Peggy.