31 July 2011
Human Rights and Transitional Justice
Association "PRAVNIK" together with the partner organization Konrad Adenauer Stiftung-Rule of Law Program South East Europe will be offering International Summer School Sarajevo 2011 course on Human Rights and Transitional Justice from 18 – 31 July 2011
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Accommodation is offered at the Franciscan Students' Hostel in double bedded rooms. The Hostel is at 15 minute walking distance from the city centre in safe and peaceful surroundings.
The program encourages applications from graduate and PhD students of law and related disciplines (under the age of 35); including a limited number of undergraduate students from South East Europe, Europe and the US.
DISCOVER. STUDY. EXPERIENCE. ISSS 2010
ISSS 2011 participants join the growing network of ALUMNI. ISSS ALUMNI are future decision makers, young leaders and professionals in academia, NGOs and government trying to make a change worldwide.
ISSS 2011 is designed to host motivated participants who have a strong background and interest in DISCOVERING, STUDYING AND EXPERIENCING the intriguing issues of Transitional Justice, Rule of Law and Human Rights.
Sarajevo was for centuries a crossroad for different cultures and pilgrims. This variety has been preserved to this date, and Sarajevo allows each visitor to get a feeling of what it was like centuries ago. ISSS participants EXPERIENCE Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina in a academically challenging environment representing more than 15 countries.
Certificate of Attendance
Association “PRAVNIK” awards a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the summer school. In order to gain this certificate, participants will be expected to attend and actively participate in all classes and complete assignments required by the summer school.
ISSS does not use a credit system for the awarding of its internal degrees, and cannot award credit directly for its ISSS participation. Students wishing to obtain credit as a result of our evaluation should consult their own institutions in advance about the acceptability of the Summer School evaluation for credit purposes. The amount of credit awarded is at the discretion of individual institutions but a rough guide would suggest students completing a full 14 days of the ISS (with a 70 hour workload and a essay) might earn four to six semester credit hours. To compliment this all certificates will be come along with the transcript of all ISSS activities, which will outline all learning outcomes.
EVALUATION PAPER for the purposes of obtaining credits in home institution will be issued on request.
EUR 200: 200€ for accommodation, meals and working materials.
EUR 100: Students from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia are eligible to apply for a participation fee reduction of 50 %.