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The International Workshop for Doctoral Students, the Haruv Institute

The Sixth International Workshop for Doctoral Students | December 2018

Background and Goal: The international workshop for doctoral students was held for the sixth time. The workshop brings together experts and doctoral students – from Israel and abroad – whose research focuses on maltreated children, and provides the participants with a unique opportunity to receive feedback on their doctoral thesis at different stages of their research. During the workshop, social and professional ties are formed that serve as an infrastructure for a wide network of young researchers throughout the world, who are interested in researching children-at-risk and who promote the vision of the Haruv Institute as a leading world center in researching the phenomenon of maltreated children.

Target Population: Doctoral students in Israel and abroad focusing on the field of maltreatment of children

Number of Sessions: A three-day workshop

Participants: 12 doctoral students from 8 countries: Australia, United States, South Korea, Holland, Germany. England, Finland and Israel

Location: The Haruv Institute, Mt Scopus campus, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem


 

The Fifth International Workshop for Doctoral Students | December 2017

Goal: The international workshop for doctoral students was held for the fifth time. The workshop brings together experts and doctoral students – from Israel and abroad – whose research focuses on maltreated children, and provides the participants with a unique opportunity to receive feedback on their doctoral thesis at different stages of their research. During the workshop, social and professional ties are formed that serve as an infrastructure for a wide network of young researchers throughout the world, who promote the vision of the Haruv Institute as being a leading world center in researching the phenomenon of maltreated children.

Target Population: Doctoral students

Number of Sessions: A three-day workshop

Participants: 14 doctoral students from 8 countries: Finland, United States, Brazil, Germany, Holland, Croatia, Portugal and Israel

Location: The Haruv Institute, Mt Scopus campus, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem