May 24, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

A group of eight King’s students in the Childhood and Social Institutions program (CSI) are spending part of May at the University of Malmo, Sweden. It is part of an experiential learning exchange. Earlier in May, students and faculty from Malmo came to King’s to learn about Canadian practices and theories in childhood. 

The King’s students are accompanied by Dr. Sally McNamee, an international childhood researcher who teaches child advocacy and justice courses at King’s. While at Malmo, the King’s students reunite with their peers from Sweden and study topics including child poverty, education and childhood issues.

To learn more about CSI at King’s click here. To follow Dr. McNamee on Twitter during the exchange click here.