These are general, second-cycle studies, combining research with action research, relating to Polish and European legal and socio-cultural regulations related to research, activities and protection of children's rights (Convention on the Rights of the Child, EU and Polish strategies for children, UNICEF monitoring the situation of children, initiatives of the Ombudsman for Children, etc.). Students receive pedagogical tutoring.
A graduate of interdisciplinary MA in Children’s Rights and Childhood Studies (MICRACS) a Master's Degree confirming completion of second-cycle studies in the field of Interdisciplinary Childhood and Children’s Rights Studies – with the leading discipline – pedagogy. Such qualifications will allow our alumni to act as a leader and defender of children's rights in various educational institutions and environments.
A graduate of the interdisciplinary MA in Children’s Rights and Childhood Studies (MICRACS) may also obtain employment in the media dealing with children's problems, in non-governmental organizations in local government as an expert, specialist, evaluator and creator of systemic solutions at any level of social policy: local government, commune, district, voivodeship, nationwide. They may occupy special positions related to research and activities for children's rights, may act as an advisor, social spokesperson, defender or educator of children's rights.
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