Summer School “Social Dimensions of Human Trafficking in the Balkans”

Deadline: 1st August
Open to: Diverse young people ranging from PhD and MA students to junior researcher and junior professionals from the following countries Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Germany. The academic and/or professional background is not limited to any specific area
Costs: No costs will be charged. Travel, accommodation and food expenses will be covered by the organisers.
Venue:  10-28 September 2012, University of Belgrade – Belgrade, Serbia.

Description

The Summer School aims to contribute towards sustainable development on the Balkans by bridging the communication gap between research, policies and implementation in the field of combating Trafficking in Human Persons. “Social Dimensions of Human Trafficking on the Balkans” aims at introducing participants from the Balkan and Germany to the current problematic, to state-of-the-art approaches and different  forms of implementation. This Summer School on the Balkans will focus on strengthening sustainable links between researchers, policy makers, development practitioners and business people, as well as strengthening the scientific and institutional bonds throughout the region. By introducing new teaching and educational methods based on peer-and action-learning and inter-disciplinary training for participants with different cultural and technical backgrounds, the Summer School meets the requirements of the current labor market and responds to the region’s needs for creative and decisive intellectuals, future decision-makers and representatives of their country within the increasingly international governance-framework.

Costs

Selected participants will not be required any fee cost. Travel, accommodation and food expenses will be covered by the organizing partners GIZ and DAAD.

Eligibility

This summer school is seeking students ranging from PhD and MA students to junior researcher and junior professionals from the following countries Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Germany. The academic and/or professional background is not limited to any specific area but it may include social studies, law, political sciences, public policy, human rights, security, migration, anthropology, economics etc.

Application

Interested applicants should apply no later than 1st of August, 2012 by either filling out the online form or if you encounter problems please download the application form HEREand send all documents to [email protected].

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