ELA Summer school 2009
20.08.2009 - 31.08.2009
The ELA Summer School is a rigorous two-week academic program organized by the
University of Antwerp and the European Association for Education Law and Policy.
Academic offerings consist of guest lectures by prominent education law experts and
European law experts, roundtable discussions and research presentations.
The programme of the summer school is run jointly by a consortium of European universities and consists of two parts. The first part of the summer school 2009 gives insight to the students about the applicability of the formal 4A (availability, accessibility, adaptability, acceptability), illustrated by case law. The objective is to give students a better understanding of the role of the law and the legal framework as factors contributing to the effective implementation of educational rights at community level and the mechanisms used by actors and civil society organizations at community level to frame local educational needs in educational rights claims and the impact of (the outcome) of such claims at local, regional, national and international level. In this way, students will be trained for field research based on the localization methodology of human rights experts about the implementation of educational rights at local level.
The second part of the summer school 2009 gives insight to the students about European education policy and ECT and ECtHR case law relevant for education ((EU competences in education and European agencies, Recognition of degrees, European citizenship and mobility of students, Educational rights of migrant workers and citizens from third countries, European law and commercialization of education, WTO) .
|Art der Veranstaltung||Arbeitsgruppe / Seminar|
|Veranstalter||European Association for Education Law and Policy (ELA); Universität Antwerpen|
|Kontaktadresse||Prof. Dr. Gracienne LAUWERS, University of Antwerp (Belgium), Head Office of the European Association for Education Law and Policy, Arthur Goemaerelei 52, B-2018 ANTWERPEN, Belgium, Tel : +32/3/238.11.55|
|E-Mail des Kontaktsemail@example.com|
|Beginn der Veranstaltung||20.08.2009, 00:00|
|Ende der Veranstaltung||31.08.2009, 00:00|
|Inhaltsbereich der Veranstaltung||Hochschule; Wissenschaft/Bildungsforschung|
|Adressaten||Studierende; Hochschullehrer/innen / Forscher/-innen|
|Zuletzt geändert am||09.06.2009|