The Global CRC Online Programme

The aim of this integrated online programme is to enhance the knowledge and the capacity - in people and in organisations - regarding the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The programme’s five modules are designed both for individual and collective learning. The programme targets mainly individuals that are active in educational sector, but it can also be used by anyone who meets children in their professional role. The programme is developed in close cooperation with researchers from Child Rights Institute at Lund University, the Faculty of Education and Society at Malmö University and the change agents in 16 partner country networks.

Collaborative learning

The training modules are based on individual and collaborative learning where participants work in teams. The teams discuss the content and spirit of the CRC, educational situations, didactic questions, leadership issues, raise problems and difficulties. They critically review both their own and others' teaching or actions, as well as giving and receiving feedback from other participants.

Part A  Individual work -
Preparation, participants take individual
part on the learning portal.
Part B  Collective work -
The group is gathered for
discussion and joint planning.
Part D Collective work -
Follow up, group is gathered again for a common follow-up
Part C Individual and collective work - Participants realise the planned activity or activities.

Illustrations by Kristina Sebell and Juhani Lindgren, 2018.

What is a team?

A team can form constellations by you, your employer or your organisation, or by you and your colleagues, stakeholders, and students. You are adviced to organise and spread the training over several opportunities within a time frame that you decide based on your given conditions and resources.