Summer School in Athens: Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice: Britain, Greece and the EU, June 25th – July 1st 2023
The Department of Law at Goldsmiths University of London, in collaboration with academics from Greek universities - University of Macedonia, Harokopio University, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences and Athens University of Economics and Business – and Study in Greece are offering the intensive summer school on Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice: Britain, Greece and the EU. The course is designed around an interdisciplinary curriculum that combines legal, international relations and social science approaches to some of the most crucial issues of our times related to human rights, such as the migration/refugee crisis, viewed from a humanitarian, human rights and national security perspective, the rule of law crisis in Europe, the impact of populism on liberal democratic or the impact of austerity on human rights.
Venue: Harokopio University of Athens, Greece
Date: Sunday, June 25, 2023 to Saturday, July 1, 2023
Application deadline: April 30
Course Format and Length: In-Person, 1 week, 2/3 hours per day
Eligibility: The program is addressed to Goldsmiths Law students, as well as to students from Greek universities interested in the fields of Law and Social and Political Sciences.
Language of instruction: English
- 632€ for Goldsmiths University students
- 150€ for students from Greek universities
Accreditation: On completion of the course, participants will be awarded a certificate of attendance.
The program will be offered free of charge to 10 students from Greece. As stated on the program page, interested AUEB students are requested to send expressions of interest to Mr. Giannoulopoulos: D.Giannoulopoulos@gold.ac.uk and to Mr Papaioannou: firstname.lastname@example.org before the relevant deadline. For more information, please contact Mr Papaioannou at email@example.com
More information about the program: https://studyingreece.edu.gr/human-rights-law-policy-and-practice-britain-greece-and-the-eu-2023/