The core element of the MACR is children’s active and effective participation in societal processes. Interdisciplinarity of the programme: The MACR is delivered through various different subject areas: intercultural education, sociology, economics, political science, international development studies, social and behavioural sciences, childhood culture studies, law, philosophy, social anthropology. This makes it highly interdisciplinary in nature contrasting the traditional singular disciplinary approach to children’s rights. Students who themselves have heterogeneous disciplinary backgrounds are asked to combine these disciplinary approaches and become interdisciplinary learners. This is seen as a great asset of the MACR to broaden perspectives and learn to take new and/or other approaches seriously and grasp what the opportunity and chance for a new interdisciplinary learning experience means.