The UNESCO Chair of Intercultural Policy for an Active Citizenship and Solidarity of the University of Macedonia is organizing the 3rd Summer Academy on the “Protection of Human Rights in Europe with emphasis on Refugee Rights”. The summer academy will last 24 hours from Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30, 2019. It will be held every afternoon in the conference room of the University of Macedonia (1st floor). The Summer Academy is co-organised with the collaboration of the Heinrich Boel Foundation – Thessaloniki in the framework of the Centre of Life Long Learning of the University of Macedonia. Distinguished professors, academics and researchers will teach on topics concerning the protection of human rights and refugee rights. The lecturers are:
In addition there will be four guest lecturers:
The Summer Academy addresses several of the most contemporary challenges concerning human rights and rights of refugees. It aims at providing learners with a critical overview of the societal challenges of human trafficking, migration and asylum on different perspectives. Participants will also have the chance to exchange view and experiences regarding human rights, justice and the rule of law, freedom of religion, diversity including ideas on best practices. The topics discussed are the following:
Analysis of the Return Directive and the relevant case law (Dr. N. Vavoula )
The Summer Academy is addressed to a broad audience, including judges, legal practitioners, journalists, political and social scientists, researchers in EU studies, teachers, NGOs, students of economic, legal and political disciplines, local, regional and national authorities, opinion leaders and the civil society.
The tuition for the summer seminar will be 194 €, and there will be the following reductions:
Reduction of 25% on the tuition for every member for every member of a team of 4 members and more who register at the same time = 145,5 €.
Reduction of 50% on the tuition for employees of the University of Macedonia = 97€.
Reduction of 15% on the tuition for those who have 3 children and more or are persons with invalidity or students or graduates of the University of Macedonia = 164.9 €.
Reduction of 10% on the tuition for those who possess a valid card of unemployment = 174.6 €.
Certificate of attendance will be awarded to everyone. However, participants passing the multiple-choice exam (50 questions) will be awarded a Certificate of Graduation by the Centre of Life Long Learning of the University of Macedonia with 3 Extracurricular ECTS based on the decision of the General Assembly of the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Macedonia.
Please register until June 22, 2019.
For more information, please contact +30 2310 891 442 or firstname.lastname@example.org or for administrative support: +30 6983 001 110.