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2015-2016 cycle – Master of Advanced Studies in Children’s Rights (MCR)
The MCR is an interdisciplinary part-time postgraduate programme in children’s rights. Continue reading
University of Sussex – MA in Childhood and Youth Studies
It’s not too late to apply to for a September start for the Masters in Childhood and Youth Studies at the University of Sussex. MACYS is a one year taught Masters closely linked to the dynamic Centre for Innovation in Childhood and Youth (CIRCY) which runs many exciting projects in areas such as digital childhoods, children’s political participation, and the everyday lives of young people in care. The MA course is taught by leading researchers and practitioners and we support MACYS students to become researchers in their own right as well as practitioners with specialist knowledge and skills. If you would like to find out if MACYS is right for you contact Professor Rachel Thomson (firstname.lastname@example.org), and explore our websites:
University of Gloucester – MA Professional Studies in Children’s Play
Our popular taught Masters programme for people working within the realm of children’s play is open for applications until the 15th August for a September 14 start. Offered part time via distance/blended learning, our programme is accessible to all no matter where in the world you live. For more info:
The Department of Sociological Studies at the University of Sheffield is pleased to announce the launch of a new MA in Vulnerabilities and Protection starting in September 2014.
The aim of the programme is two-fold:
1) To examine vulnerabilities, violence and protection across the life course in national and cross national contexts from different disciplinary perspectives, including sociology, social policy and social work.
2) To enable students to explore real life examples of ways in which theory and policy influence and inform practice.
These aims will be achieved by examining at both national and cross-national levels and all stages of the life course:
- the social construction of vulnerabilities, violence and protection;
- the impact of contemporary socio-economic, cultural and political dynamics on perceptions and patterns of vulnerabilities, violence and protection;
- the policy and practice responses of statutory, voluntary and community agencies in various contexts to the issues of vulnerabilities, violence and abuse experienced across the life course.
Please download the flyer for more info: MA Vulnerabilities & Protection flyer