Congratulations to our own Carmen Leccardi on her recent election to the position of
President of the European Sociological Association, to serve from 2013 to 2015. Carmen has been a stalwart RC34 member for years and has played important roles in the past for RC34, including Vice-President for Europe.
Young Scholar in Youth Sociology and Youth Research Competition (2014)
Call for Participation (July, 2013)
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CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW RC 34 SOCIOLOGY OF YOUTH DESCRIPTION OF SESSIONS
Welcome to the web of the Joint Master’s in Youth and Society (MIJS). We invite you to have a look at all the information provided here about this official master’s programme and, if you are interested and would like more specific information, to get in contact with us. We would be pleased to answer any questions and, if possible, to welcome you into the programme.
-- Pere Soler, Director of the MIJS
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Globalisation, employment and education in Sri Lanka: opportunity and division
Emerita Angela W. Little & Siri T. Hettige
About the book
Since the late 1970s, Sri Lanka has undergone a socio-economic transformation, from protectionism towards economic liberalisation and increasing integration into the world economy. Through a systematic comparison of these periods of economic change (1956–1977, and 1977 to the present), Angela W. Little and Siri T. Hettige examine the impact of this transformation on education, youth employment and equality of opportunity in Sri Lanka. Read more
A promotional video explaining the new and pioneering MA EYS, European Youth Studies Short Course. Commissioned by a consortium of 10 European Universities. Produced by Karol Cioma of K Productions and his former BBC colleagues Tony O'Shaughnessy and Penny Roberts of Tower Media. Filmed on a Sony Z7 and edited on FCP.
NEW RC 34 Board of Directors (2010-2014)
From left: Ngan-pun Ngai(Past-President), Howard Williamson (Secretary-Treasurer), Natalie Waechter (VP for Europe), Clarence M. Batan (IBYR editor), James Côté (President), Maurice Devlin (VP-Europe), Jeylan Mortimer (VP-North America), Ani Wierenga (VP– Australia), Tomahiko Asano (VP-Asia). Not in picture Rosa Maria Camarena (VP-South America), David Everatt (VP-Africa, Near East and Middle East), and Shen Jie (VP-Asia).