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Programme 2017

Welcome to three event-filled days hosted by the Faculty of Education and Society at Malmö University. International Week 2017 will focus on internationalisation, pedagogy and methodology for the 21st century. 

Klick on the dates below to navigate the programme. 

Tuesday, November 21

Wednesday, November 22

Thursday, November 23


Tuesday, November 21


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 09.15-10 Place: OR:D138 

Keynote: Global CRC Online - sustainable global networking to implement the rights of the child

Emma and DeanaProgramme managers Emma Alfredsson and Deana Nannskog from the Child Rights Institute at Lund University (CRi@LU) share their experiences by taking you through 13 years of global change work regarding the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Sida financed international training programme on “Child Rights, Classroom and School Management” ran from 2003-2016 and initiated more than 250 change processes in the education sector around the world, aiming to realise children’s rights in policy as well as in practice. 

In collaboration with Malmö University and the change agents from 16 national alumni networks, CRi@LU is now developing a digital platform - Global CRC Online - an innovative way towards social sustainability in education.

With: Emma Alfredsson and Deana Nannskog, Lund University.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:F314

Teachers as social change agents and (re)builders of peace in conflict-affected education

Educational initiatives that use holistic, participatory, research-based, and action-oriented approaches and strategies support young people in the processes of society transformation and peacebuilding. For the time being, such approaches, in the context of Bosnia and Herzegovina, are still ‘born’ through dedicated individuals, teachers, educators, community activists and artists that transform the world by transforming themselves and their classrooms, their schools and their communities. 

Educational institutions, primarily schools and universities that prepare future teachers, should, in a similar way, take up a leading role in initiating such issues and opening up important questions for recognising the crucial role of education in any society and, in particular, within post-conflict, fragmented and vulnerable communities. The role of education thus becomes critical in trying to present the dynamic, natural and unavoidable nature of social tensions and misunderstanding in any society in which the dominant social orders, inequalities, injustices, and sometimes even massive (post-war) traumas, should be understood, analysed and contextualised.
 
Education of teachers for social justice, intercultural education and peace (re)building could then be offered as models of interdisciplinary and multicultural approaches grounded on the values of peace and nonviolence.

With: Larisa Kasumagić- Kafedžić, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:F312 

Plug in school

Bring the world into the classroom and the classroom to Malmö University. With the Global Goals as a starting point students from Sandeplanskolan will inspire you to take action and tell you how they want to make the world a better place. 

Come and go as you please and engage in today’s lesson with us as we plug in our classroom to Malmö University 

With: Mia Söllwander Sandeplansskolan and students.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:F312 

Plug in school

Bring the world into the classroom and the classroom to Malmö University. With the Global Goals as a starting point students from Sandeplanskolan will inspire you to take action and tell you how they want to make the world a better place. 

Come and go as you please and engage in today’s lesson with us as we plug in our classroom to Malmö University 

With: Mia Söllwander Sandeplansskolan and students.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:F211

The impact of CRC in Mozambique: the case of quisse mavota secondary school in Maputo

Elias Banze and Artur Dombo successfully designed and implemented a change project at Quisse Mavota Secondary School in collaboration with Lund University Commissioned Education. In this presentation, they will share their professional and personal experiences of the project, focusing on students' participation at school. They will also talk about the success and the challenges they had during the implementation of the change project and how they overcame these challenges.

With: Artur Armando Dombo - Director at Direcção Distrital de Educação e Desenvolvimento Humano de Kamaxakeni and Elias Marcos Banze - English Teacher at Escola Secundaria Quisse Mavota.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 11-14 Place: Ground floor atrium

Erasmus+ turns 30 – join us in celebrating!

2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus+ programme! Drop by and ask us about possibilities for studying or doing an internship abroad, and other opportunities for international exchange with the Erasmus+-programme. We will be serving celebratory snacks and treats!


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 12.15-13 Place: Ground floor atrium

Parkour & Freerunning with athletes from Gaza


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 12.15-13 Place:  OR:F314

How to apply for exchange studies

How do I apply for exchange studies and when? Information for students at Malmö University.

With: Åsa Fagerström, International Office, Malmö University.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F211 

Practicing Child Rights in Elementary Schools 

As teachers at two different Elementary schools in Lund, we have been practicing Child Rights in teaching and learning. Our schools have been part of the Sida-funded programme “Child Rights, Classroom and School Management” carried out by Lund University for 15 years. At the workshop we will discuss the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and its local importance in Swedish schools. 

With: Tina Tagestam, Östratornskolan, Lund, and Malin Trolleryd, Klostergårdsskolan, Lund.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F312

Contemporary Art Practice as pedagogic method

This session focuses on creative processes in teacher education using Contemporary Art, in particular, quotidian objects and performance. The emphasis is on artists’ point of view and Art as a method and practice for teaching.

The process begins from uncertainty as far as I set out experiences apparently out of sense in order to find that sense in the end. Performance and body are especially used as long as they allow contacting the emotion, the intuition and perception more intensively. 

With: Marta Garcia Cano


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F314 

Information om personalutbyte

Information om personalutbyte för främst administrativ personal på Malmö högskola som funderar på att åka till ett av våra många partneruniversitet på jobbskuggning eller via arrangerade Erasmusutbyten. International Office berättar om vilka nätverk och möjliga medel som finns tillgängliga att söka och medarbetare från Malmö högskola berättar om sina erfarenheter från tidigare utbyten.

Med: Rebecca Arklöf, International Office, Malmö högskola.


Tuesday, November 21

Time: 14.15-15 Place: OR:F211

The impact of CRC in Mozambique: the case of quisse mavota secondary school in Maputo

Elias Banze and Artur Dombo successfully designed and implemented a change project at Quisse Mavota Secondary School in collaboration with Lund University Commissioned Education. In this presentation they are going to share their professional and personal experiences of the project, focusing on students' participation at school. They will also talk about the success and the challenges they had during the implementation of the change project and how they overcame these challenges.

With: Artur Armando Dombo - Director at Direcção Distrital de Educação e Desenvolvimento Humano de Kamaxakeni and Elias Marcos Banze - English Teacher at Escola Secundaria Quisse Mavota.


Wednesday, November 22


Wednesday, November 22

Time: 09.15-10 Place: OR:D138

Keynote: Surfactivism, pedagogy and health: Can you ‘make a difference’ in your physical culture?

Lisa HunterDr Lisa Hunter is an independent scholar who has worked in Australian and European schools for 15 years and at Australasian universities for 20 years. Current work includes pedagogy, physical culture, health, and the sex/gender/sexuality triad.

With: Dr Lisa Hunter.

 

 

 


Wednesday, November 22

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:D131

Radicalisation processes and violent extremism

Felix Unogwu, political scientist and specialist in conflict resolution. Accompanied by his colleagues, Rafi Farouq and Imam Salahuddin Barakat will try to give an overview of radicalisation processes among youth and elaborate on linkages to criminality and Islam. 
Rafi will start off the event by talking about the relationship between crime, radicalisation and violent extremism in a European context, using Malmö city as a case study. In the second talk, Imam Salahuddin Barakat will elaborate on the linkages between radicalisation and Islam, while in the final talk, Felix will focus on push and pull factors for radicalisation among youth. Referring to the context of Sweden, Felix will further elaborate on early warning signals for youth radicalisation.

With: Felix Unogwu, Rafi Farouq and Imam Salahuddin Barakat. Presented in cooperation with the Student Union´s Malmö Association of Foreign Affairs (UF Malmö).


Wednesday, November 22

Time: 11-14 Place: Ground floor atrium

Erasmus+ turns 30 – join us in celebrating!

2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus+ programme! Drop by and ask us about possibilities for studying or doing an internship abroad, and other opportunities for international exchange with the Erasmus+-programme. We will be serving celebratory snacks and treats!


Wednesday, November 22

Time: 13.15-15 Place: OR:D328

Hatad av alla alltid! En föreläsning om romsksvensk historia, antiziganism och normkritiska perspektiv.

Romskt informations- och kunskapscenters åtgärder syftar till att upplysa om historisk och samtida antiziganism och arbeta för att öka romsk delaktighet och inflytande i samhället genom ett kommunövergripande uppdrag i Malmö stad. Romskt informations- och kunskapscenter riktar sina olika insatser i lika stor omfattning till romer som till majoritetssamhället. Centret har ett holistiskt och tvärvetenskapligt förhållningssätt och utgår från följande tre källor i sitt arbete: forskning, minoritetslagstiftning och relevant lagstiftning samt den romska minoriteten.

Medverkande: Renata Andersen och Diana Bogelund, Samhällsvägledare från Romskt informations- och kunskapscenter, Malmö stad.


Wednesday, November 22

Time: 13.15-15 Place: OR:A131

Parkour & Freerunning - Inspiring jam with athletes from Gaza 

Welcome to this inspiring jam, come and go as you please. 

Have a look at their work.

With: Gaza Parkour Team.


Wednesday, November 22

Time: 14.15-16 Place: OR:D131

Keynote: Better to light a candle than curse the darkness,The work of Amnesty International 

Kirsja Oudshoorn

Kirsja Oudshoorn has for the past ten years worked for Amnesty International in the Netherlands. Her challenge then was to set up a ‘Human Rights Education’ unit. Now, this unit has developed into the 'Human Rights Education Program’, reaching out to more then 100.000 pupils and students every schoolyear. Amnesty’s HRE programme is focused on lobbying the Dutch government, aiming at the inclusion of human rights education in the national curriculum. Meanwhile, Amnesty presents attractive and meaningful HRE materials to primary and secondary schools, vocational education and higher education.

After the lecture, Kirsja will present the workshop 'The stories of Esra, Ghatim and Majid - Refugees rights are childen's rights'. 

With: Kirsja Oudshoorn.


Thursday, November 23


Thursday, November 23

Time: 9.15-10 Place: OR:D337

International Office informerar om MFS Minor Field Studies

Som student på Malmö högskola kan du söka stipendium för att få göra fältstudier I ett utvecklingsland. Fältstudien är tänkt att vara en resa där du samlar in material till ditt examensarbete på kandidat- eller masternivå. Lär dig mer om hur man ansöker på vår informationsträff, anordnat av högskolans International Office.

Medverkande: Vilhelm Engström, International Office, Malmö högskola och Mia Söllwander.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:D337

Erfarenheter av Minor Field Studies

Före detta studenten och SIDA-alumni Mia Söllwander delar med sig av sina erfarenheter av MFS studier i Kenya. 

Med: Mia Söllwander.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:F211

International teacher leadership: minority parent participation in schools in Serbia

The presented activities were carried out in the context of the ITL (International Teacher Leadership) and APREME (Advancing Participation and Representation of Ethnic Minority Groups in Education) projects. The emphasis was on supporting and empowering teachers to lead a development project that should advance the participation and representation of ethnic minorities in the life of elementary schools.

With: Aleksandra Maksimovic.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:F312

Workshop: eTwinning as a tool for internationalisation in school

Kristina Dahlberg and Annie Bergh present eTwinning, a web-based tool for teachers and pupils designed to work with other schools in Europe. E-Twinning helps students to work with internationalisation at home, as the platform enables teachers from different countries to meet, share ideas and develop cooperation between schools in various countries.

With: Kristina Dahlberg and Annie Bergh, eTwinning.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:F314

Intercultural perspectives and telecollaboration in teacher education 

Malin Glimäng from Malmö University talks about Telecollaboration, a type of virtual exchange used to link classes of students in different countries. The talk focuses on aspects of intercultural learning in a telecollaborative project with pre-service teachers. The central question concerns benefits and challenges in using telecollaboration to promote and develop intercultural perspectives. This presentation also aims at sharing useful resources and digital tools linked to telecollaboration.

With: Malin Glimäng, Malmö University.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 11-14 Place: Ground floor atrium

Erasmus+ turns 30 – join us in celebrating!

2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus+ programme! Drop by and ask us about possibilities for studying or doing an internship abroad, and other opportunities for international exchange with the Erasmus+-programme. We will be serving celebratory snacks and treats!


Thursday, November 23

Time: 12.15-13 Place: OR:F211 

Ansök om utbytesstudier

Hur ansöker jag om utbytesstudier och när? Information för studenter på Malmö högskola. 

Med: Caroline Climie, International Office, Malmö högskola.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F312

Workshop: eTwinning as a tool for internationalisation in school

Kristina Dahlberg and Annie Bergh present eTwinning, a web-based tool for teachers and pupils designed to work with other schools in Europe. E-Twinning helps students to work with internationalisation at home, as the platform enables teachers from different countries to meet, share ideas and develop co-operation between schools in the various countries.

With: Kristina Dahlberg and Annie Bergh, eTwinning.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F314

Intercultural perspectives and telecollaboration in teacher education 

Malin Glimäng from Malmö University talks about Telecollaboration, a type of virtual exchange used to link classes of students in different countries. The talk focuses on aspects of intercultural learning in a telecollaborative project with pre-service teachers. The central question concerns benefits and challenges in using telecollaboration to promote and develop intercultural perspectives. This presentation also aims at sharing useful resources and digital tools linked to telecollaboration.

With: Malin Glimäng, Malmö University.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F211

Information om lärarutbyte

Information om personalutbyte för främst undervisande personal på Malmö högskola. International Office berättar om vilka nätverk och möjliga medel som finns tillgängliga att söka och medarbetare från Malmö högskola berättar om sina erfarenheter från tidigare utbyten.

Med: Rebecca Arklöf, International Office, Malmö högskola.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 13.15-16 Place: OR:A131

Parkour & Freerunning - Inspiring jam with athletes from Gaza 

Welcome to this inspiring jam, come and go as you please. 

Have a look at their work.

With: Gaza Parkour Team.


Thursday, November 23

Time: 14.15-16 Place: OR:F314

Plug in school

Bring the world into the classroom and the classroom to Malmö University. With the Global Goals as a starting point students from Sandeplanskolan will inspire you to take action and tell you how they want to make the world a better place. 

Come and go as you please and engage in today’s lesson with us as we plug in our classroom to Malmö University 

With: Mia Söllwander Sandeplansskolan and students.

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