FLARE - Freedom, Legality and Rights in Europe would like to present to you its following international event: European Forum of Students for Legality


The European Forum of Students for Legality will take place in the 5th - 7th

opportunity to join a bigger FLARE event on the topic of Globalization and the struggle against organized crime in Europe in the 'capital of the EU' Brussels,Belgium from 8th-10th December 2010. The forum is promoted by FLARE Network (www.flarenetwork.org) and coordinated together with the students' organizations at the University of Turin UniLIbera and Studenti Indipendenti.


The goal of the forum is to provide space for sharing knowledge and experiences between 30 students from different European countries who have been involved in student movements and initiatives which voiced the students needs for freedom of expression, students rights and equality, anti-corruption in the higher education system etc.


Based on the shared knowledge the participants of the forum should come up with their own Student Declaration for Legality which should be used as a international tool for advocacy for students rights and freedoms trough out Europe. This document will be drafted by the students and distributed by them to their colleagues and student organizations at their Universities. After the realization of the declaration
participants will travel to Brussels (8
thDec) to attend a conference on the topic of Globalization and the Struggle Against Organized Crime from 8th to 10th December where they will have the chance to visit the European Parliament, and present their work and product to a bigger international community. On the 10th December they will travel back to Turin and departure to their home countries. The trip from Turin to Brussels and back is covered by the organizer. These two events should as well result with building of partnerships and networks among students, students organizations and other youth organizations committed to promotion of human rights and legality and thus constitute the basis of an informal network of European students and civil activists for Legality as part of the FLARE21 Youth Platform.


Eligibility:


Undergraduate and post graduate (current or recent) students coming from EUROPEAN COUNTRIES (EU and non-EU)

Experience and engagement with student movements and student organizations is a
plus.

Preference will be given to FLARE Network members and FLARE21 Youth Platform members.


Financial conditions


Board and lodging as well as local transport to facilities will be fully covered by the organizer. Trip from Turin to Brussels and back is also covered by the organizer.

Participants shall receive 70% reimbursement from the travel expenses not
exceeding
350 eur.


Application:

If you are willing to apply please fill the application form here and return
it before:
11th November 2010

to the following email address: nina.pavlovska@flarenetwork.org



Selection shall be made by the mid of November.

For more informations feel free to contact:

Nina Pavlovska (nina.pavlovska@flarenetwork.org) or Skype: FLARE21



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Link: http://www.flarenetwork.org/act/flare_events/article/european_forum...

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Tags: anti-corruption, crime, european, human, legality, movement, organized, rights, students

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Comment by Rosen Dimov on November 2, 2010 at 6:35pm
Sounds like a great initiative - I would love to apply! Hope to see there someone from this network -or even better, MANY of us!

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