John Cabot University and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute Present: Summer School on Human Rights
John Cabot University and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) are pleased to announce the third edition of the Summer School on Human Rights.
This year, two summer school sessions will be offered at John Cabot University in Rome.
July 7 – 11: Environment and Human Rights
July 14 – 18: Gender Identity and Human Rights
Application Deadline: June 2
The summer 2014 courses will focus on environment and protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation. The international community has shown particular commitment to these two areas in recent years. During the intensive one-week courses, post-graduate students and young professionals will interact with academics, international experts and practitioners in a stimulating learning environment, where traditional lectures are complemented by group works, case studies, role-plays and discussion of real scenarios.
The faculty of the summer schools is composed of leading scholars and academics from John Cabot and other universities, representatives of the United Nations system, international human rights bodies, and civil society.
The summer schools also represent an invaluable opportunity to enhance participants’ professional networks. Upon completion of each course, UNICRI and John Cabot University will award a certificate of participation.
Get detailed information about the Summer School on Human Rights at John Cabot University in Rome.