Erasmus+: Jean Monnet Modul
Erasmus+: Jean Monnet Modules are short teaching programs/or course in the field of European Union studies at a higher education institution. The aim of the modules is to promote research and teaching experience among young researchers, scholars and practitioners in EU issues, foster the publication and dissemination of academic research, create interest in the EU, foster the introduction of an EU angle mainly into non EU related studies and deliver tailor-made courses on specific EU issues relevant for graduates in their professional life. See for detailed information provided by the European Commission: ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources_en
Erasmus+: Jean Monnet Module ERUPT: European Rights and Union Protection Tools
Present project has been granted by the European Commission to the NBS in summer 2020 for a period of three consecutive years, and started in November thereof.
The project introduces additional courses with a focus on those aspects deriving from or based on EU and European Law as well as European Integration. The topics chosen for the Erasmus+: Jean Monnet Module project address the needs identified throughout the last years when providing lectures to the students, graduated public service officials and civil society actors in Hamburg. It apparent that additional specialist in-depth knowledge on European aspects regarding the respective professions is required to further the course participants’ understanding of the relevance and impact of European measures for their daily work across sectors.
As the European dimension is becoming increasingly important at political, legal, societal, and corporate levels, the course participants need to be equipped with specialist knowledge. Plenty of NBS students are taking-up employment at international level, e.g. in globally active companies or administrations with tasks closely related to international and furthermost European issues; a number of graduates gets engaged in civil society activities and implements cross-border projects throughout Europe. At sectoral level, graduates are involved in areas where EU provisions are of decisive character, e.g. in the field of aviation security, energy security or port/shipment security.
The project aims at closing knowledge and perception gaps and introduces the approach of critical thinking to practitioners in core fields of work with relevance for the functioning of the Internal Market at public and private institutional level. In so doing, theoretical and practical knowledge on the role and values of the EU will be disseminated among the course participants.
Unit 4: Menschenrechte, Session 6 + 7
Hybrid-Form (Holstenhofweg 62, 22043 Hamburg/ MS Teams)
Menschenrechte sind derzeit so aktuell wie nie. Der Krieg ist zurück in Europa und mit ihm die Schrecken von Flucht, Folter und Kriegsverbrechen. Auch die Debatte um Meinungsfreiheit, Fake-News und Verschwörungstheorien, die spätestens seit Donald Trump enorm entfacht wurde, wird durch diesen Konflikt weiter angeheizt: Propaganda, Falschmeldungen und gezielte Meinungsbeeinflussung haben noch weiter zugenommen. Aber was ist eigentlich Meinungsfreiheit? Wo beginnt sie und wo hört sie auf? Und was können wir vielleicht dafür tun, dieses Grund- und Menschenrecht davor zu beschützen, dass es so massiv missbraucht wird?
Diese und weitere Fragen werden im Rahmen von Unit 4 unseres Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Moduls gestellt und beantwortet.
Die Durchführung der Sessions 6 und 7 ist für das Sommersemester 2023 (Start am 01.03.) geplant. Die Termine werden an dieser Stelle bekanntgegeben.
In order to participate in one of the upcoming units of the Jean Monnet module, please fill in the participation form below.
Option 1: online participation
All you need to participate is a computer (e.g. Windows, Mac, Linux), a tablet (iPad OS, Android, Windows) or a smartphone (iOS, Android). We use Microsoft Teams for implementation. If you want to participate on a PC or Mac, you can choose to "Download the app" or "Watch it on the web instead". You will be asked to install the free app on your mobile phone or tablet. You do not need to create an account.
Option 2: participation in presence - not available for Unit 3 due to COVID-19-situation
To attend in person, an FFP2-mask must be worn throughout the study center – even when you are seated.
If you have participated in at least 75% of the courses belonging to a unit of the Jean Monnet module, whether on-site or online, you will receive a digital certificate of attendance from us. Please contact Kathrin Markus (markus[at]nbs.de) in case you want to receive a certificate.
Though NBS is having a good number of students and courses provided in the regular schedule of NBS are mainly subjected, project ERUPT is not limited to NBS students: Through the CONRIS Network with universities in seven EU Member States, participants are having unlimited access to the materials and results of the Erasmus+: Jean Monnet Module project ERUPT. The general public is cordially invited to participate.
Participants are directly involved in the Module activities by active participation and critical reflective debates on EU and European aspects relevant for their daily operative and strategic work. Additional specific interests of members of the target groups will be identified in form of a survey at the beginning of each Module activity and included in the respective schedule by the teacher (keyword: inclusive interactivity). The target group members will learn theoretical and practical approaches and apply their newly gained knowledge in form of role-plays, case-studies and annual work-shops to ensure on-hand-provision and application of competencies.
Please find the topics chosen for Erasmus+: Jean Monnet in the list that is provided for download.
As part of the Jean Monnet module, the lecturers in charge publish scientific papers on the above-mentioned main topic. These can be viewed online: