The Love Me for Me project evolves around children stories about gender nonconforming people. The main goal of the project is to give the transgender community a tool to tell their own stories and to be represented. The objective is that the books will help to spark a conversation.Read More
The lectorate has performed research into how the concept of global citizenship is promoted in its curriculum and how it is experienced and perceived by its students.
MEN AT WORK
“We have difficulty bringing in young men and keeping them in the department of Social Work and Education.” This had been a longstanding issue for multiple years and the lectorate was asked to contribute to thinking about a solution. Read More
COMMUNITY SUPPORT NETWORKS
The lectorate pursues research in the roll of community support networks, with the ultimate goal to improve the community support networks that are meant to uphold our students.Read More
SUPPORT OF EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENTS
The lectorate contributes to educational departments through numerous guest lectures and contributions to minors. For the minor Development Cooperation the lectorate has provided connections in Ghana for internships.Read More
TEACHING USING THE CONCEPT OF PLAYING FIELD
Teaching with the concept of the playing field is a training program for teachers developed by Fatima El Bouk. The training offers direct tools to help teaching staff create a positive learning environment in the classroom through building a bridge between school, culture and the lived experience of students.
Enhance access and participation and promote greater equity. This project is conceived to elicit, promote and disseminate some of those ideas – good IDEAS – that were developed in different parts of the world, in particular in Europe.
The Inclusivity Pathway Training
The Inclusivity Pathway Training (IPT) is a training specifically designed to assist people in the development and strengthening of their abilities to facilitate inclusive learning and working environments.