KSU’s Faculty of Law is pleased to announce that KSU’s Interdisciplinary Research Center for Children Rights has become a member of The European Network of Masters in Children’s Rights, which brings together universities and other organizations involved in the promotion of the Rights of the Child, through the training of professionals working in the field of childhood.Dr. Aida Kišūnaitė
The Network of Masters in Children’s Rights was founded in September 2004 in Berlin – the initiativee to create ENMCR came from the regional office for Latin America and the Caribbean of Save the Children Sweden (SCS) and individuals in Europe devoted to the promotion and realization of children’s rights.
Dr. Aida Kišūnaite, Head of IRCCR, notes that becoming a member of ENMCR, is an important step in IRCCR’s activities and has mutual benefits. IRCCR along with its academic staff and research experience, will contribute to the network by providing the training courses for local professionals working in the field of children’s rights. In addition to that IRCCR will participate in sharing the experiences and knowledge in preparing international research projects, and also in establishing joint courses/modules in children’s rights for the BA and MA students at KSU.