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Mednarodni projekti vir: SICRIS

Challenges for the European Union: Identity, Values, and Dialogue

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št. Evidenčna št. Ime in priimek Razisk. področje Vloga Obdobje Štev. publikacij
1.  15057  dr. Bojan Žalec  Filozofija  Vodja  2017 - 2020  677 
Organizacije (1)
št. Evidenčna št. Razisk. organizacija Kraj Matična številka Štev. publikacij
1.  0170  Univerza v Ljubljani, Teološka fakulteta  Ljubljana  1627112  11.200 
Povzetek
The proposed Jean Monnet module is going to be a comprehensive introductory and multidisciplinary course on the topics of EU, its institutions, its role in the global world and its main challenges, all this at the faculty that does not yet have a developed course on offer in this field. The course titled “Challenges for the European Union: Identity, Values, and Dialogue” will harbour a multidisciplinary approach covering especially social, cultural, humanistic, legal and political aspects of EU from the perspective of its identity, values and dialogue(s) within it. The main aims behind the project are to facilitate student’s in-depth knowledge of EU by enabling them to integrate knowledge they gain in other courses within their studies with a wider European dimension, since the humanities studies in general and theology studies in particular within the University of Ljubljana do not have these topics developed yet. The project also aims to increase the sense of European citizenship based on understanding and respect for human rights and democracy, encouraging tolerance and respect for other people and cultures by providing an intercultural dimension and dialogic approach. The module will also indirectly stimulate interdisciplinary teaching, research and reflection activities in the field of EU studies. The developed module will consist of 54 hours in each academic year and will bring together 8 teachers to cover different dimension of EU challenges (2 of those teachers are leading experts in EU studies and 2 will be international visiting scholars). The methodology will encourage the activity of students (research work, discussions, etc.) and provide them with an opportunity to obtain first-hand knowledge in the field. The project will include at least 30 students of humanities each year (students of theology combined with other fields of study such as philosophy, sociology, history, etc.) and will in this way secure an important impact.
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