The 3rd edition of Venice School of Human Rights will take place from 28 June till 7 July 2012.
The goal of the Venice School is to allow its participants to be updated on the state of the art debate on human rights issues and to stimulate a reflection on the actual challenges faced by human rights actors worldwide.
After a first session common to all participants dedicated to a general introduction on international systems of protection of human rights and related mechanisms, the programme will develop into the following three thematic clusters:
Online registration is open until 30 April 2012 at http://www.eiuc.org/veniceschool/
FACULTY of the VENICE SCHOOL OF HUMAN RIGHTS 2012
Florence Benoît-Rohmer: EIUC Secretary General and Professor at University of Strasbourg
Eric David: Professor at Free University of Brussels
Martyn Day: Lawyer at Leigh Day Co.
Jan Eijsbout: Professor at Maastricht University
Christopher Gosnell: Lawyer before ICTY/ICTR/SCSL
Menno Kamminga: Professor at Maastricht University
Zdzislaw Kedzia: Professor at Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan
Stephen Marks: Professor at Harvard School of Public Health
Maria-Daniella Marouda: Lecturer at Panteion University Athens
Stelios Perrakis: Professor at Panteion University Athens
Jennifer Zerk: lawyer at Jennifer Zerk Consulting
Teaching language: English.
Lecturers: Internationally recognized experts in the field of human rights belonging to EIUC’s partner universities and other organisations that support EIUC projects and endeavors.
Participants: Postgraduate students from all academic backgrounds, graduates from all regional masters in human rights and democratization, E.MA alumni, human rights practitioners.
Type of courses: Lecturers in the plenum and smaller seminars.
Fees: 860,00 € which includes tuition fee, accommodation in a shared double room, lunches on class days and all related reading material.
Venue: Monastery of San Nicolo, Venice Lido
At the end of the program, participants receive a Certificate of Attendance issued by the Venice School of Human Rights.