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Carolina Aciar - Module Research Methods

Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina

Social worker, collaborator of "La Veleta y La Antena, por el protagonismo infantil", a social organization aimed at sustaining children's participation and organization with working children and organized students, in a direction opposed to the dominant adultism and patriarchy, linked to the MOLACNNATS (Latin American and Caribbean movement of working children and adolescents).

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Rebecca Budde - Module Children's Rights

University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany

Dr. Rebecca Budde is cultural scientist. She is the project director and coordinator. She has co-founded and academically coordinated the MA Childhood Studies and Children's Rights (MACR) at Fachhochschule Potsdam. She is a member of steering committee of the Children's Rights European Academic Network (CREAN).

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Bronagh Byrne - Module Key Themes

Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

Dr. Bronagh Byrne is a Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the Centre for Children’s Rights at Queen’s University Belfast. She is also the Programme Director of the Masters in Children’s Rights at Queen’s. Her expertise is in the rights of children and young people with disabilities and inclusive education

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Claudia Espinoza - Module Research Methods

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile

Psychologist, Master in Needs and Rights of Children and Adolescents Academic and researcher in childhood, education and children's rights. Member of the Interdisciplinary Research Network on protagonism and human rights of Latin American children. PhD student in Social Sciences. Coordinator of the Diploma on Community Focus and Childhood.

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Prof. Dr.

Begoña Leyra Fatou

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Ph.D. in Social Anthropology (UCM). Master’s degree in Gender and Development (ICEI-UCM). Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work and Social Services (UCM) and Director of the Gender Unit at the School of Governance (EG-UCM). Vice Dean for International Affairs at the Faculty of Social Work. Dr. Leyra Fatou’s research themes focus on the anthropology of gender and childhood.

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Natália Fernandes - Module Research Methods

University of Minho, Portugal

Natália Fernandes is an Assistant Professor, at the Institute of Education, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal. Researcher at the Research Center in Children's Studies and also at the ProChild Collaborative Laboratory - Against Poverty and Social Exclusion. Her current research interests are related with children's rights, the articulation between participatory and protection rights; participatory research with children and ethics in research with children.

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Lourdes Gaitán - Module Children's Rights

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Ph.D in Sociology (University Complutense Madrid) and Graduate in Social Work. Founding member and former president of Group of Sociology of Childhood and Adolescence (GSIA). President of the CI17 Scientific Committee of Sociology of Childhood (Spanish Federation of Sociology). Co-director of the Journal SOCIEDAD E INFANCIAS (UCM). Former member of the European Network of Master in Children's Rights (ENMCR).

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Prof. Dr.

Gerlind Große

University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany

Professorship for "Early Childhood Education Research Head of the Master's program "Early Childhood Education Research Head of the PINA research laboratory Cooperation with ZEW in the formats: Kita-Management-Continuing Education and STEEP program

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Prof. PhD. Habil.

Mihai Bogdan Iovu - Module Children's Rights

Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, Romania

Prof. Iovu is an associate professor at Social Work Department and the Head of doctoral program in Sociology at Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca. He is a member of National College of Social Workers in Romania and involved in several research projects about the workforce in the field. His research interests include social work education, child protection and mental health.

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Manfred Liebel - Modules Children's Rights & Key Themes

University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany

Professor (emeritus) of Sociology at the Technical University of Berlin; Honorary Professor for Intercultural Childhood and Children's Rights Research at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (FHP); Director of the MA Childhood Studies and Children's Rights at the FHP; Vice-Chair of the Advisory Board of the National Coaltition Germany - Network for the Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Prof. Dr.

Ton Liefaard

Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands

Vice-Dean of Leiden Law School. He is the Director of the  L.L.M. Advanced Studies in International Children’s Rights and holds the UNICEF Chair in Children’s Rights at Leiden University. He also coordinates the Leiden Summer School on International Children’s Rights. He teaches and publishes widely on issues related to international children’s rights, juvenile justice, child friendly justice, deprivation of liberty of children, violence against children and access to justice for children.

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Prof. Dr.

Laura Lundy - Module Children's Rights

Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland

Laura Lundy is a professor of children's rights and co-director of the Centre for Children's Rights at Queen's University Belfast. She is Joint Editor in Chief of the International Journal for Children's Rights. Her expertise is on children's rights to education and to participate in decision-making and implementation of the UNCRC

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Prof. Dr.

Noam Peleg - Module Children's Rights

University of New South Wales, Australia

Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales (Sydney), and book reviews editor of The International Journal of Children’s Rights. Noam's work focuses on international children’s rights law and its intersection with human rights law, childhood studies, and family law. His book ‘The Child’s Right to Development’ was published by Cambridge University Press in 2019. In 2020 he was visiting Professor at Columbia Law School.

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Cecilia Robert - Module Research Methods

Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina

A social worker who accompanies groups of children and adolescents in rural and migrant settings. She is an adult collaborator of "La Veleta y la Antena", an organization that claims and fights for the rights of children and adolescents, their defense, promotion, and enforceability from the paradigm of co-protagonism. Ph.D. student in Social Sciences. She is part of the executive team that created the Diploma in "Cultures of Childhood in Latin America" (UNCu).

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Maria Roth - Module Key Themes

Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, Romania

Professor Maria Roth, PhD. is one of the founders of the Social Work Program and the Master Programme in Children’s Rights in Babes-Bolyai University. Along with her 30 years of academic career, she did research and published in Romanian, Hungarian and in English in the area of developmental psychology, child well-being, adverse childhood experiences, human rights, vulnerable (Roma) population and youth participation.

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Krzysztof Sawicki - Module Research Methods

University of Białystok, Poland

Member of the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) and Committee on Education Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. As a researcher, he prefers qualitative methods in: social marginalisation and exclusion, inclusive/special education, social minorities and migrants. He pays attention on youth studies/youth work context including youth at risk and juvenile delinquency especially.

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Prof. Dr.

Spyros Spyrou

European University, Cyprus

Spyros Spyrou is a professor of anthropology at European University Cyprus. He is co-editor of the journal Childhood and of book series Palgrave Studies in Childhood and Youth. His most recent work explores questions of knowledge production in Childhood Studies.

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Prof. Dr.

Kay Tisdall

University of Edinburgh, Scotland

My background is within Childhood Studies and particularly Children's Human Rights. I work within and across a number of policy areas, from education to family law to child protection, on such topics as children affected by domestic abuse, children with disabilities and additional support needs, and child marriage. I am also a member of the Childhood and Youth Studies Research Group, University of Edinburgh.

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Prof. Dr.

Anne Wihstutz - Module Key Themes

Protestant University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany

Anne Wihstutz is professor for sociology at the Berlin Protestant University of Applied Sciences, EHB. Her professional background is with children and adolescents social work and participation. I teach in sociological childhood studies and research on topics as children working, refugee children’s rights, early childhood.

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Mgr.

Claudia Yarza - Summer School

Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina

Teacher and researcher in contemporary philosophy, political philosophy, and Latin American philosophy (UNCu). She directs the Diploma "Cultures of Childhood in Latin America: towards a decolonial approach to social practices with children and adolescents", and coordinates university-extension projects oriented to children and adolescents' organizations.

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Urszula Markowska-Manista - Modules Children's Rights, Research & Key Themes

University of Warsaw, Poland & University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany

I'm a field researcher in education in culturally diversified environments as well as childhood studies concerning children’s rights, postcolonial perspective and participatory approaches. I'm affiliated with the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Education and the MA Childhood Studies and Children’s Rights (MACR) programme at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.

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Prof. Dr.

Beatrice Hungerland

University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany

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