|This activity consists of 2 seminars on Applying the principles of the Bologna Process to university academic programmes
|The main goals of this activity are:
|Seminar 1: 01-03-2021 to 08-03-2021
Seminar 2: February 2023
|Responsible for the activity: Professor Eugenio Olmedo Peralta
Mª Chantal Pérez-Hernández
Francisco Pereira Coutinho (UNL)
DEUSTO: Marian Aláez (UDeusto)
|Seminar 1: online
Seminar 2: University of the Philippines and Ateneo de Manila University (UP/AdMU)
|These are seminars on the Bologna process and principles in relation to academic research and a subsequent review of the research components, if any, of their Juris Doctor/Bachelor of Laws and Master programs for consistency with the Bologna process.
As one of the Bologna principles is to achieve the incorporation of gender equality in higher education, seminars will also address the issue of how to incorporate gender content into Juris Doctor/Bachelor of Laws and Master programs, which might be done either through a specific subject called “Gender and Law” or specific contents in the syllabus of the law subjects (e.g.: Civil Law, Criminal Law, Commercial Law …).
1) 2 seminars
2) audience of at least 40 people
3) at least 70% attendees who respond the survey satisfied with the event, consider the activity as professionally useful and find that its educational content correspond to the Philippines’ reality
4) Existence of communication efforts to provide event information to attendees
|Achieved Outcomes (until July/2021):
audience of 45 people;
88% of attendees who respond the survey consider the activity as professionally useful and find that its educational content corresponds to the Philippines’ reality;
more than 70% of attendees who respond the survey were satisfied with the event.
Information of the event was provided beforehand to participants.
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