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International Child Rights and Development MA

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Our International Child Rights and Development MA is a multidisciplinary course designed to promote a rigorous academic approach to contemporary issues of childhood internationally. Underpinned by a children’s rights framework, it will help you develop the skills needed for successful multi-agency and multi-professional work and research with and for children in complex contexts.

Key benefits

  • Multidisciplinary approach.
  • Covers latest developments in issues that affect childhood globally.
  • Taught by a wide range of external expert speakers, as well as our own staff, from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds.
  • Provides the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences with students from different disciplines.

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Employability

In addition to progressing to Ph.D. study, our graduates are using the skills and knowledge they developed over this course in organisations such as UNICEF, World Vision, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Children and  Families Across Borders, and DG ECHO (the  Humanitarian  Aid arm of the EU).

Curious to find out more? Access on-demand content including taster lectures and talks, and meet our current staff and students on our subject hub page.

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Employability

In addition to progressing to Ph.D. study, our graduates are using the skills and knowledge they developed over this course in organisations such as UNICEF, World Vision, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Children and  Families Across Borders, and DG ECHO (the  Humanitarian  Aid arm of the EU).

Curious to find out more? Access on-demand content including taster lectures and talks, and meet our current staff and students on our subject hub page.

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