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Summing up - Batch 20 : Change Projects from the International Training Programme - Batch 20

Author:
  • Per Wickenberg
  • Andersson Lena
  • Ulf Leo
  • Bodil Rasmusson
  • Agneta Wångdahl Flinck
Editor:
  • Lena Andersson
  • Ulf Leo
  • Agneta Flinck
  • Bodil Rasmusson
  • Per Wickenberg
  • Lovisa Nilsson
Publishing year: 2015
Language: English
Pages: 225-232
Publication/Series: Child Rights, Classroom and School Management, Batch 20
Document type: Book chapter
Publisher: Lund University

Abstract english

Lund University has offered the Sida-financed International Training Programme
on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management since 2003. The
programme targets those in a position from which they can initiate processes
of change in the education sector in their countries. During the programme
all participating teams initiate a change project in their respective countries
aiming at the realization of the intention of the Child Rights Convention in
policy as well as in practice. This book contains the final reports from Batch
20 with change agents from China, Colombia, DPR of Korea, Indonesia, Malawi,
Mozambique, Namibia, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Viet Nam, and Zambia.

Keywords

  • Law
  • sociology of law, norms, educations, child rights, change work, change, professional norms, global, international, training, programme

Other

Published
  • ISBN: 978-91-982261-2-6
Per Wickenberg
E-mail: per.wickenberg [at] soclaw.lu.se

Researcher

Department of Sociology of Law

+46 46 222 88 15

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Professor emeritus

Department of Sociology of Law

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Per Wickenberg was a primary school teacher in the 1970s - and '80s.  Since 1993 he has been working at Lund University, with various assignments based on sociology of law-research and education.

Sociology of Law Department
Lund University
Visiting address: Allhelgona Kyrkogata 14 M, 223 62 Lund, 3rd floor
Postal address: Box 42, 221 00 Lund

Faculty of Social Sciences