24 de fev de 2020
Truly interdisciplinary course with rich content, and reasonable depth, based upon team work of faculty. I am even recommend my 15 year child to study it and know about her responsibilities and rights
30 de jan de 2019
I strongly recommend this for people who are passionately working among children across the globe. This is the need of the hour! Let's educate ourselves and serve the best for our children. Cheers!
por Joseph F•
20 de nov de 2018
Great introduction. Was very interesting and to the point. As a beginner I appreciated the varying levels of depth to the course allowing all to benefit. For 5 stars I would have preferred better quality videos as some had lots of background noise etc. making it difficult to concentrate and listen but other that that, great.
3 de nov de 2017
Overall this course has provided students with lots of information, the only thing might be that the content is a bit plain and there is lots of content for students to memorize. Since the concepts are a bit far from our life, it might be hard for students to memorize what they have learned through the course.
por Adam N•
18 de jun de 2017
A very insightful and thought provoking course. I really enjoyed learning the global perspective of children's rights. It an ideal course for people who wish to upgrade their skills and knowledge in children's rights, especially with a transnational focus. The questions can however, be made more challenging.
por Kerrin B•
15 de jun de 2020
Very good lots of interesting learning that I didn't expect, such as the dangers of drug treatments and children. I learnt of some networks to report suspected child trafficking cases to.
While the lectures were all 5 star, if anything the pedagogy/ diacritics could be a little more innovative.
por Meaghan H•
24 de abr de 2020
It was sometimes difficult to understand the speakers (as an American English speaker) but the transcription helps, although it is often incorrect which is problematic for accessibility. If you can get past the history lessons in the beginning that are more dry, the rest is much more focused and interesting.
12 de mar de 2021
The course is interesting and gives a very wide overview of the CRC.
However, I regret that the transcript in English is not better. Words missing, or wrong words that make it hard to understand. I had to listen to some parts more than twice to figure out what was said which made it less enjoyable to follow.
por Emily S•
17 de abr de 2018
Overall excellent in content, focus, and delivery. Video transcriptions were helpful in double checking when I had trouble with the lecturers' accents or needed to see how a particular name or acronym was spelled, but sometimes the transcriptions themselves also had inaccuracies which was a little annoying.
por Deeqo G•
1 de mai de 2017
Overall, great work. The course creators did superb job. My only recommendation is that the questions should be more challenging. Even thought its an introduction course, course participants should be challenged. We should have individual and group work components attended to the course.
por Новикова М М•
9 de mai de 2020
There are some problems with videos, some videos wasn't applied. And sometimes it was hand to anderstand some word because in the text these words were omitted. But I really like this Cours because all the information was important and I got the knowledge that I needed.
I really enjoyed the course!
por Farhan Z•
4 de abr de 2020
Good course. Simple to follow and wide in its ambit. A good introduction to Child Rights. As a law student, I was happy to learn as an introduction, perspectives from sociology and social work/research. Some of the later modules on global health and research could be made more substantive.
por Kyra Z•
23 de fev de 2021
A great course and introduction on Children's Human Rights! Would love to have seen these conversations applied to other situations as well, such as children's human rights in conflict settings, disaster response efforts, etc. Nevertheless, would definitely recommend it to others!
por Zinaida B•
14 de mar de 2019
The content is great, the syllabus is well constructed and expansive, but the delivery is a little lackluster and dull. There are many better ways to deliver online course content then to just have individuals sit in front of a camera and read a paper as if at a conference panel.
por Shelby A B•
16 de jul de 2020
An informative overview of the UN Convention of the Rights of the child. The lectures and quizzes do not exactly match up, and focus on seemingly arbitrary concepts sometimes. However, it was a great overview and left me wanting to do a lot more research on my own!
por Sukhpal K M•
18 de jan de 2019
Very well structured. Excellent speakers and reference materials. The length of the lectures is just right. the sessions on traditional harmful practices should have explained a bit in detail about various kinds of harmful practices like sacrilege or coin rubbing.
por Tan L L P•
16 de abr de 2017
Informative and easy to digest content that leave students with a better grasp of the challenges that children's rights advocates run into in the past and today. Course content is modern enough to discuss sexting and whether it infringes on the rights of a child.
por Olusola A•
12 de mai de 2017
Basically OK and informative. Some of the English was however difficult to listen to and understand, and the subtitles did not help much also. Aside this, the main Ideas were passed on, and the course gives a good basic introduction to Child Rights issues.
por Eduard I•
8 de out de 2017
Useful for those who want to learn about child rights for the first time. Will not recommend to professionals.
por Johannes B•
1 de jun de 2020
It is an ok course, it provides a good foundation although many lessons are partly outdated and many phrases are inaudible and not available in the written transcripts. If the speaker uses a foreign word the transcript does not pick it up etc. Needs to be updated and improved
por Морев А Л•
3 de dez de 2019
Very biased course.
por BEN M A B•
26 de dez de 2019
Thank you for this valuable course that helped me: To improve the understanding of child protection To increase the capacity to prevent abuse To strengthen skills to recognize diverse child protection issues To gain skills in upholding child rights To increase awareness on how to create a protective environment To strengthen the ability to identify child protection issues without stigmatizing or targeting the child To understand and use the term vulnerability appropriately To utilize a holistic framework when responding to child protection: responsive action, remedial action, protective environment action
por Sandra. L•
14 de ago de 2021
My name is Sandra Lucien, I'm from Haiti, I am currently an Instructional Assistant with ASD children, working in Public Schools. At first, I took the course to understand certain things about Children's Human Rights just for fun, but it turned out that this course was great. I loved the videos, also the video lengths were great. I learned more about society, people in the workplace, children are being smarter than we think, when they are engaging etc. I now know that one should not criticize what they can't do or understand. Thank you so much for your time and for making learning fun. I did get my certificate.
por Federica C•
19 de jun de 2020
Having already a solid background in human rights and experience in the field of child protection, I was a bit scared by the "introduction" word mentioned in the title, being afraid the course would be too basic. Instead it was extremely interesting to follow this course for the multiple inputs and explanations it was providing. Topics are presented from different perspectives and by experts in different field, I believe this gave me the possibility to learn a lot and complement my previous knowledge with relevant information coming from other disciplines. Historical videos are those I have appreciated the most!
por Kim V•
19 de jun de 2022
I have been exposed to several discussions on children's human rights since 2018 or 2019 with my employment with the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines, but only in this course was I'm able to further my knowledge on the following: 1. How violence against children (VAC) weakens the foundation of a state's social progress; 2. Proper understanding of children's need of care vis a vis their evolving capacities (and autonomy); and 3. Scope of issues on children's global health. Thank you to all instructors of Center for Children's Rights Studies, University of Geneva and Coursera.
por Ethige B S•
15 de out de 2018
First of all I am thanking very much University of Geneva, Switzerland has given opportunity to study about Children's Human rights - An Interdisciplinary under Coursera organization. I am a Auditor of the United Nation Association of Singapore and active in Human right as well as Humanitarian. This course is very helpful to improve my knowledge as well as Laws. Further more I would like to thank all Professors and Lecturers explained very clearly, wider and deeper to understand all modules in this course.
Best Regards from Singapore
Ethige Bernard Silva.
por Liliana F D V A•
25 de mar de 2019
The content of this course is truly exceptional! I loved the diversity of topics presented and the instructors really made me want to go into further detail as I do research on my own! I believe that I would only like to point out that there were some discrepancies in the transcripts of the videos which, if corrected, would make this course just perfect. I would really like to thank all the experts and instructors for their invaluable time and support creating and sharing this MOOC with the community!