The Seventh Master Class on “Post-Transitional Narrative of Genocide in Bosnia & Herzegovina: 25 Years after the Srebrenica”

Date limite : 15 mars 2020

Association professionnelle: FORSA Mina7

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Niveau d'études: Troisième cycle

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The Seventh Master Class on “Post-Transitional Narrative of Genocide in Bosnia & Herzegovina: 25 Years after the Srebrenica”

YOU ARE INVITED TO APPLY TO PARTICIPATE AT:  THE SEVENTH MASTER CLASS  on “POST-TRANSITIONAL NARRATIVE OF GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: 25 YEARS AFTER THE  SREBRENCA”

OBJECTIVES:
The Master Class’s objective is to advance a multidisciplinary approach to understanding political violence and the role of international criminal justice through exploration of legal, historical, political and sociological methodologies.

DESCRIPTION of the Programme:

LECTURERS: Sonja Biserko (Serbia); Sir Geoffrey Nice (UK); Dr. Nevenka Tromp (Netherlands); Edina Bećirević (BiH); Hasan Nuhanović;(BiH); Dr. Valery Perrry (BiH/US); Aidan Hehir (UK); Dr. Robert Muharremi (Kosovo); Dr. Sunčana Roksandić (Croatia) and others.

PRINCIPAL ORGANISER: Geoffrey Nice Foundation on Law, History, Politics and Society in the Context of Mass Atrocities

PARTICIPATING ORGANISATIONS: University of Amsterdam (NL), Inner Temple Inn (UK), University of Zagreb, Inter-University Centre for Postgraduate Studies, Dubrovnik (HR); Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of Serbia.

VENUE: Inter-University Centre for Postgraduate Studies, Don Frana  Bulića 4, DUBROVNIK, Croatia

This Master Class is devised for MA, PhD and Post-PhD students in  the fields of Law, History, Sociology, Politics, International Relations,  Journalism, European Studies or related subjects.

There are two different kinds of scholarships:

1. 20 scholarships are made the Geoffrey Nice Foundation. These scholarships will be awarded to students from Dutch universities and from universities in South East Europe (Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia,
Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia). The maximum amount of any scholarship will be EUR 500 per student. For the students awarded these scholarships, the EUR 500 will cover the IUC fee, reading material and lodging. Travel
and daily expenses will need to be covered personally by students.

2. 3 full scholarships are made available by the Croatian Ministry of Education for Croatian participant students. When applying for this scholarship the applicant will be asked to submit a copy of a Croatian ID or passport. This
scholarship covers travel expenses to and from Dubrovnik, lodging, IUC tuition fee and three meals per day.

TUITION FEES

Applicants with no scholarship will be able to participate by paying a tuition fee that will cover the IUC fee, reading material and lodging which – for all students – is in two, three or four bed accommodation. The tuition fee is set at EUR 1000. If you are offered a place on the Master Class but have no scholarship, you will be kindly asked to transfer this amount – EUR 1000 – to the GNF bank account two weeks prior to the start of the Master Class on 29 June 2020.

ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

The outstanding estimated MINIMUM costs – travel and the meals – for two weeks in Dubrovnik are EUR 500 per student.

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation for all participants is at the cloister (Samostan službenica milosrđa) at Branitelja Dubrovnika Street 19, 2000 Dubrovnik. Rooms for students accommodate two, three or four participants. There is no provision of meals at the cloister; there are cooking facilities in the cloister and inexpensive cafes are nearby.

Please send your application, consisting of a CV and a short motivation letter, to: [email protected]

N'oubliez pas de mentionner mina7 lors de votre candidature.

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Pays hôte: Rwanda

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