Jean Monnet Chair Human Rights and the European Social Policies
The Union is founded on the values of respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities.(art.1a/ Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union)


Children’s Rights to Education and Information in a Global World

Editors: Doina Balahur, Birgitta Qvarsell
ISBN: 978-973-703-374-1
Publisher: "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University Press

    Introduction: Doina Balahur, Birgitta Qvarsell
  • Young people’s developmental tasks as educational challenges to promote their rights- a matter of importance in a changing society - Birgitta Qvarsell
  • Towards understanding Risks and Effects of Internet Use among Children and Teenagers, Methodological Challenges - Monica Barbovschi, Maria Roth, Maria Diaconescu
  • The culture of gender equity in technological education. European exploratory research - Doina Balahur
  • Quiero Salir Adelante’: School and Future Expectations of Poor Teenager Girls (Lima, Peru) - Jacobjin Olthoff
  • Children and youth stress reactions to acute and continuous external stress-terrorist attacks - Mally Shechory, Sarah-Ben David, Doina Balahur
  • Participation in practice: Giving Romanian preschoolars a voice and serious things to do in school and research - Silvia More
  • Lost in translation: The Impact of New Technologies on the Education Gap - Alexandra Balahur, Jesus Hermida
  • The social space for the disabled / nondisabled adolescent - Mihai-Bogdan Iovu
  • Children researching - Manfred Liebel
  • "I want to find out by myself!" Children as Equal Partners in Research and Science - Ina Nnaji

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Doina Balahur

Prof. univ. dr.

Professor, PhD, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Centre for Social Management and Community Development
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"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi

Research Centre for Social Management and Community Development (CSMCD)


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Grant 2009-3231