UPCOMING EVENT-International Seminar / Young Researchers School, June 6-10 2016-Ljubljana, Slovenia
The EFESE project team proudly presents and kindly invites you to the International Seminar on the accrediation of common European study programmes and the Young Researchers School on the research methodology and comparison of Social Security systems on 6-10 June 2016. Registrations are open until the 10th of April 2016. Only a few places left!
Inspiring speakers will present best practices, share knowledge, experience and encourage discussions.
The event will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
International Seminar “The challenges and opportunities for the accreditation of common European study programmes”, June 6, 2016
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Focus of the seminar is set on required procedural steps at institutional and national level, in order to develop a fully recognized and accredited Master in European social security. Different topics, directly or indirectly connected with the procedure of accreditation will be discussed, such as the types and forms of joint study programmes; types and forms of diplomas; accreditation procedure; rules on the study order; assurance and evaluation of the quality, etc.
The seminar consists of two sessions. In first sessions brief papers from eminent experts will be presented. Second session will start with the presentation of the results of the ‘feasibility study’ and continue with a round table on exchanging good and bad practices when building joint study programmes.
Policy makers at national, European and international level
Professionals (sub-) national social security administrations
PhD students and/or researchers focusing on social security
Young Researchers School “Research Methodology in Comparative Social Security”, June 6-10, 2016
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
What research methodology is most suitable for the field of Social Security that is becoming more (internationally) interdependent and interdisciplinary as ever? How do the research tools differ when adopting legal, economic, data or, for instance, sociological approach? How to design our research in order to obtain optimum results? How to apply comparative method in the field of Social Security? These and many other questions will be addressed in our practice-oriented five-day school for young researchers. ‘Modus operandi’ of the young researchers school will be the discussion, workshops and role playing. Participants will also present their papers and receive peer evaluation of their research work. Meet, share and cooperate with eminent experts and colleagues! Do not miss the excursion and the farewell dinner, either.
Registrations are closed.
Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana
Poljanski nasip 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia