Summer School on Migration and Human Rights
UNIERI is holding a Summer School on Migration and Human Rights in Rome, Italy. The participants will have the opportunity to learn from experts, interact with peers, and build relationships. The summer school includes dynamic case studies, practical exercises, and theoretical discussions. Candidates must have at least a three-year degree in a relevant field. Proficiency in English is required. The deadline to apply for this opportunity is June 28, 2016.
Summer School on Human Rights And Gender
Utrecht University is inviting applicants for a two week long Summer School on Human Rights and Gender in the Netherlands. The participants ideally already have obtained a Bachelor level degree, but the course is available to any student with an interest in human rights and gender related issues. The course will cost € 1300 with housing included. The deadline to register is June 17, 2016.
Human Rights And Transitional Justice
The Grotius Career Summer School is inviting law students who have finished at least three years of their degree to apply to this human rights summer school. Classes will cover topics like gender narratives, reparation policies, gender politics, gender justice and violence against boys and men. All courses will be taught in English. The deadline to apply for this course is June 1, 2016, but applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. The tuition fee is € 900 and includes lunches and refreshments on class days, course materials, field trips to international institutions in The Hague, a welcome dinner and a farewell dinner at the beach. Accomodation is not included in the course fee. Certificates are available at the end of the course.
International Criminal Court Summer School
The International Criminal Court Summer School is looking for criminal law students to attend the 2016 five day course in Ireland. The International Criminal Court summer school will aim to produce comprehensive knowledge of international criminal court systems. The registration fee is €450 and covers conference materials and food. All classes will be taught in English. Deadline to apply is June 10, 2016. Interested students should apply before the deadline date, in the case of cancellations. All non-EU citizens will be expected to obtain a work visa before the date of June 17.
Refugees And Migrants In International Human Rights Law
The Poznan Human Rights Centre is holding a summer course about Refugees and Migrants in International Human Law in Poland. Students will receive insights about Europe’s and the United Nations’ effort towards protecting refugees and migrants. Applicants must proof deep interest the related field with a passion for human rights, but no degree is required for this summer course. This year, it will focus on legal aspects of the situation of refugees and migrants – the problem of growing importance in both Europe and worldwide. The course language is English. The fee for this course including accommodation is € 400. Register for this course before May 31, 2016. Only 25 to 30 applicants will be accepted.