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Summer School on Transitional Justice and the Politics of Memory

Second Annual GSG-REG Summer School on Transitional Justice, Cres (Croatia)
24 juni 2013
Cres
Cres

Research in Ethics and Globalisation (REG) and the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Rijeka are delighted to announce our Summer School on Transitional Justice and the Politics of Memory in the Mediterranean which will be held on the island of Cres, Croatia from 24 June to 4 July 2013. This intensive 10 day summer school will explore transitional justice and the politics of memory in the context of the Mediterranean region with a particular focus on the former Yugoslavia and the Middle East and North Africa. In addition to the summer school academic program, which will include an international panel of experts, this course will also include excursions, guest lectures from government officials, civil society activists, journalists and will mark Croatia’s expected accession to the European Union on 1 July 2013.

Reduced Fees of €500 for Cres Summer School on Transitional Justice
GSG-REG has reduced the participation fees to €500 for students that want to organize their own accommodation and food. The reduced fee includes all academic activities and excursions. Students will also receive 5 European academic ECTS credits provided by the University of Groningen.

Interested students should apply by sending a cover letter and résumé to cres.summer.school gmail.com

Application forms

U.S. Embassy Tripoli Libyan Student Scholarship application form

General application form

Accommodation

Student accommodation will be at the Hotel Kimen in the town of Cres:http://www.hotel-kimen.com/en/

Location

The Summer School will be held on the Island of Cres. For more information on Cres (in Dutch) see:http://www.kroatie.nl/site/brac/cres.html

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