During the visit, various sessions focusing on the academic content related with the master’s topics were held, and experiences related with the management of the master’s program were shared. Specific issues involved the subjects of Migration and refugees between the areas of Europe and South-Mediterranean Countries & Gender Equality and Human Rights. Furthermore, a joint session was organized along with “Casa Mediterraneo”, a public consortium led by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, whose main aim is to foster mutual knowledge and bring Spain and the other Mediterranean countries closer together on different areas such as culture, economy, climate change, gender equality, higher education or scientific and technological innovation. Last but not least, some interesting online training methodologies and the Moodle platform were presented, followed by two separate sessions, one that debated some of the more innovative teaching methodologies and their potential for application in DEMOS, and another one that focused on internationalization and working with a diverse student population.
The planned study visit in Alicante University is realized in the framework of the DEMOS project
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