Stefanie Rinaldi

Stefanie Rinaldi
Dr. phil.; LL.M.


stefanie.rinaldi@phlu.ch

Funktionen an der PH Luzern

  • Lecturer, Researcher and Project Manager Institute for Education in Science and Social Studies &
    Executive Department of International Relations, Mobility and Cooperations
  • Director of the Specialisation study programme "Global Issues Teaching"

Weitere Funktionen und Tätigkeiten

  • Freelance consultant and trainer for human rights, allrights
  • Member of the network "Critical Human Rights Education"
  • Chair of the Board, Amnesty International, Swiss Section

Arbeits- und Beratungsschwerpunkte / Expertise

Research and development:

  • Global issues teaching, (critical) human rights education, global studies, education for sustainable development
  • Posthumanist pedagogies - new material pedagogies

International Projects 

  • Network "Critical human rights education" with partners in Finland, Iceland, Norway, Austria and Italy
  • Cooperation for Education for Sustainable Development with Ecole Normale Supérieure de l’Université de Yaoundé 1, Cameroun 
  • Development of a Framework for Critical Global Learning (cooperations with different partners in Brazil, Scotland, Israel)
  • Science Action in Schools for Sustainable Development (SAS4SD) with partners in Ghana, Cameroon and Switzerland

Aus- und Weiterbildung

  • 2013-2017
    Dr. phil, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany
  • 2010-2011
    LL.M. in Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland, Galway
  • 2004-2008
    MA in International Relations, Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva
  • 1999-2003
    Maturität, Kantonsschule am Burggraben St. Gallen

Berufliche Tätigkeiten

  • 2014-
    Freelance consultant and trainer for human rights allrights, regular guest lectures at the University of Applied Sciences in Special Needs Education, Zurich, and other higher education institutions
  • 2018-2020
    Manager Information Platform humanrights.ch
  • 2018
    Scientific Collaborator II, Interfacultary Centre of Children’s Rights, University of Geneva
  • 2018
    Teacher for German as a Foreign Language, Klubschule Zurich
  • 2012-2014
    Research Fellow, Centre of Human Rights Education, PH Lucerne
  • 2011-2012
    Fellow of the Mercator Fellowship on International Affairs (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, Jordan, and PH Lucerne)
  • 2008-2010
    Policy Advisor, State Secretariat for Migration

Publikationen

Rinaldi, S. (2018). Menschenrechtsbildung an Gymnasien: Verständnisse, Chancen und Herausforderungen. Leverkusen/Berlin: Barbara Budrich.

Kürsteiner, B. & Rinaldi, S. (2019). Reconfiguration of Values : Posthumanist Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development in Higher Education. VSH-Bulletin. 45(2), 24-32.

Rinaldi, S. (2017). Challenges for Human Rights Education in Secondary Schools from a Teachers’ Perspective. Prospects. 47(1-2), 87-100.

Rinaldi, S. (2016). Educating To Act Decently: Can Human Rights Education Foster Socially Just Democracy?. Democracy and Decency: What Does Education Have to Do With It?. (S. 197- 212). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing IAP.

Rinaldi, S. (2013). Sen’s Capability Approach and Human Rights Education: The Special Case of Refugee Camp Situations. Human Rights and Vulnerable People. (S. 57- 77). Teheran: NAM Center for Human Rights and Cultural Diversity.

Rinaldi, S., Brugger, F., Kirschläger, P. & Mitrovic, T. (2012). Teaching Respect for All. Activity 2. Mapping of Existing Materials and Practices in Cooperation with Universities and Research Centres. UNESCO.

Rinaldi, S. (2014). Grenzen ziehen – Demokratie zwischen Menschenrechten und Volkswillen. ad hoc international

Rinaldi, S. (2013). Flüchtlinge und Menschenrechte. Internationale Politik, Sonderausgabe «Mercator Kolleg 2012»

Rinaldi, S. (2013). Das Recht auf Bildung: Ein Luxus in Krisensituationen?. ad hoc international

Kürsteiner, B. & Rinaldi, S. (2018). Mutational learning – a posthumanist toolbox for designing teaching and learning for sustainable development in the XXIst century. A reader for students of global education, education for sustainable development and posthumanist pedagogies.. Luzern:

Rinaldi, S. & Kürsteiner, B. (2019). Mobilities of Education in North-South Partnerships for Global Learning. 30th Annual European Association of International Education Conference, European Association of International Education, Genf. 11.09.2019 bis 14.10.2019.

Kürsteiner, B. & Rinaldi, S. (2019). Materialising Global Education: Using new materialist theory in research and practice. Angel Conference - Academic Network on Global Education and Learning 2019, University College London, Development Education Research Centre, London. 09.05.2019 bis 10.05.2019.

Rinaldi, S. (2018). Critical Approaches to Human Rights Education. III Ciclo de debates O Rural e o Urbano, Recife, Brasilien. 12.11.2018 bis 14.11.2018.

Kürsteiner, B. & Rinaldi, S. (2018). New theories for education for sustainable development: what can they deliver?. 15-ième colloque international de l'Association Française d'Education Comparée et des Echanges, Association Française d'Education Comparée et des Echanges, Yaoundé, Cameroon. 01.11.2018 bis 02.11.2018.

Rinaldi, S. (2018). Child Rights Education in Switzerland: Bridging Gaps between Law, Policy, Research and Realities on the Ground. Annual Meeting the Children’s Rights European Academic Network, Children’s Rights European Academic Network, Genf. 18.01.2018 bis 19.01.2018.

Kürsteiner, B. & Rinaldi, S. (2017). Translokales sozial-räumliches Lernen als Zugang zur Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaft, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaft, Bayreuth, Deutschland. 23.03.2017 bis 24.03.2017.

Rinaldi, S. (2017). The Child’s Right to Health. International Conference on the Integration of Human Rights-based Approaches in Health Care Practices, Roshni Nylaja School for Social Work, Mangalore, Indien. 02.03.2017 bis 04.03.2017.

Rinaldi, S. (2016). Why do Teachers Avoid Explicit Human Rights Education? Insights from Group Discussions with 55 Secondary School Teachers in Switzerland. VII International Conference on Human Rights Education: Los desafios de la sociedad civil, Universidad de Chile, Santiago de Chile, Chile. 12.12.2016 bis 15.12.2016.

Rinaldi, S. (2012). Human Rights Education in Refugee Camps. International Seminar on Cultural Diversity and Human Rights Education, NAM Centre for Human Rights and Cultural Diversity and Iranian Islamic Human Rights Commission, Tabriz, Iran. 01.07.2012 bis 02.07.2012.


Projekte

Die meisten grossen Herausforderungen des 21. Jahrhunderts sind globaler Natur. Deren Komplexität und Dynamik erfordern von den Lehrpersonen die Fähigkeit, Präkonzepte von Schülerinnen und Schülern zu identifizieren und konstruktiv damit zu arbeiten.

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