May 10, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

The exchange is in its 6th year, facilitated by the Childhood and Social Institutions Program for the course A tale of two childhoods. The exchange brings Canadian and Swedish students together to discuss constructions of childhood in both countries. During the Canadian part of the exchange, the students will be exploring issues around child poverty, children’s rights, and education in Canada.

The Swedish exchange students are on campus from Sunday, May 8 to Friday, May 13. They will be visiting various sites around London, taking classes at King’s, and will enjoy a trip to Niagara Falls.

King's students will be leaving for Malmö for the second part of the exchange on May 21st for one week.

To learn more about CSI at King’s please visit: http://www.kings.uwo.ca/academics/childhood-and-social-institutions/

To learn more about Malmo University’s department of Children, Youth and Society, please visit: https://www.mah.se/english/faculties/faculty-of-education-and-society1/departments/children-youth-and-society/