The application for the JustEd 2014 Summer School ‘Methodological approaches to justice through education’ is now open. This year, the course will focus on methodological and analytical possibilities and challenges in research on justice through education. Students will be challenged to reflect upon and formulate the methodological implications of their own research, while developing their understanding about the possibilities and challenges of research on justice through education. The summer school, which takes place in Helsinki on 17-22 August 2014, also offers an excellent networking opportunity in a stimulating and international academic environment. More information about the Summer School and the application procedure here.
The first round of the JustEd mobility fellowships for 2014 have been granted to the following persons:
Associate professor Kerstin von Brömssen, University of Gothenburg, for a one month-long stay at the University of Helsinki in November 2014. The planned cooperation is linked to research concerning intersections of religion, gender and ethnicity in education in upper secondary school.
Professor Kathryn Ecclestone, University of Sheffield, for a one month stay at the University of Helsinki in April 2014. The aim of the stay is inter alia to plan a collaborative research programme on the rise of therapisation and new forms of inequalities and social justice in education policy in Britain and Nordic countries.
Senior researcher Katariina Hakala, FAIDD (Finnish Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) for a one month stay at Umeå University in October 2014. The visit is related to the collaborative research project ‘Inclusion and exclusion processes across the educational paths of young people with learning disabilities – the practices in two Nordic countries’.
Postdoc Maria Rönnlund, Umeå University, for a stay at University of Helsinki, planning a joint project on Nordic Citizenship Education.
Professor Gaby Weiner, University of Sussex and professor Elisabet Öhrn, University of Gothenburg, for a stay at the University of Helsinki, in order to conduct a joint collaboration on Gender Policies in Sweden, Finland and England.