Call for Applications for CEU Summer University 2018
The Department of Legal Studies will host for the fifth time a summer course on Constitution-building in Africa between July 2 and 13, 2018 in the framework of CEU's SUN program, in cooperation with International IDEA, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the Centre for Global Cooperation Research. The course directors are Markus Böckenförde, Gedion Hessebon and Renata Uitz. The course (https://summeruniversity.ceu.edu/constitution-2018) explores complex societal, political and legal problems in constitution-building from an interdisciplinary perspective, informed by field experience.
More information in the attached call for application.
There are two more SUN courses on legal matters:
Mediation Theory and Skills - This intensive one-week course facilitates the exchange of ideas and cooperative projects among mediation scholars, practitioners, trainers, and students in the East and West. In addition to offering an introduction to mediation, the program provides a teaching and training template for mediation training for scholars and practitioners from around the world to adapt for use in their home countries.
Date of the course: July 2-6, 2018
Strategic Human Rights Litigation - CEU’s summer program invites applications world-wide from human rights litigators and activists with 2 - 5 years' human rights experience, who are seeking to enforce the rights of the individual against the state, and engage in human rights litigation as a primary tool for advocacy.
Date of the course: July 9 - 13, 2018
Deadline for applications: February 14, 2018.
Financial aid is available.
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CEU's SUN offers several interesting courses, which are being published continuously on their website: summer.ceu.edu