In 2016 The Centre for Education Law became a member of the international consortium for realization of the project “Development of Training Modules for Pedagogical Training as a Contribution to Stanley's System of Education“ (in particular: introducing modules in rights and law in the teachers' training; contribution to the establishment of a stable education system in countries with transitional economy).
This project is held within Erasmus+ programme with financing from the European Commission.
The aim of the project is to improve the educational programs in the field of law (master degree, doctorate) in the higher educational institutions in the Russian Federation in order to achieve comparability with the same educational programs in the European Union and to form a single and transparent educational space.
Representatives from the European Union:
Free University of Brussels (Belgium, Brussels)
European Association of law and politics (Belgium, Bruxelles)
Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania, Kaunas)
The University of Bialystok (Poland, Belostok)
The University of Tirana (Albania, Tirana)
Representatives from the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus:
Moscow State Pedagogical University (Moscow)
Kutafin Moscow State Law University (Moscow)
Higher School of Economics (Moscow)
Maria State University (Yoshkar)
Nothern Arctic Federal University (Arkhangels)
Tank Belarusian State Pedagogical University (Belarus)
Francysk Skaryna Gomel State University (Belarus)
During the project they will be focusing on developing training courses for assessing the quality of educational institutions, their autonomy and on dealing with the issues of federalism in education. They also will be developing modern approaches to solving the conflicts between the participants of educational relations and working on inclusive educational programs, etc.
Project timing: 3 years (2016 – 2019)
Official website: http://edulaweu.eu/
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