June 15, 2010

Law Is Better Than War!

Thinking about doing something interesting this summer? What about spending some quality time with students from all around Europe while discussing controversial aspects of international law, human rights and humanitarian law?

Set to take place between the 18th and the 29th of July 2010, in Braşov area, Romania, Law Is Better Than War! International Summer School is your solution. At its 7th edition, this summer’s humanitarian law and human rights international school is intended to be a dynamic, motivating and competitive learning environment. The confirmed speaker’s list includes Mr. Almiro Rodriguez, Judge of the International Criminal Court, Secretary of State for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr. Bogdan Aurescu, prof. Tamas Lattmann from the University of Budapest and Prof. Ionuţ Gâlea from the University of Bucharest. 

Among our parteners, we mention: Policy Center for Roma and Minorities and A.R..D.O.R (Romanian Association for Debates, Orathory and Rhetorics) and soon there will be joining us others important parteners in this field. 

You can also check out our academic agenda at http://libtw.summerschool.ro/academic-agenda.htm.

The participation fees are:
ELSA Members from favoured countries:25 Euros/day (275 Euros/event)
ELSA Members from non-favoured countries: 27 Euros/day (297 Euros/event)
ELS: 35 Euros/day (385 Euros/event)
Non-ELSA Member: 28 Euros/day (308 Euros/event)
Non-Student: 39 Euros/day (429 Euros/event)

Extra fees:
Social program: 20 Euros
Sightseeing: 15 Euros

The participation fee includes: accomodation, meals, study visit, academic materials, diploma

We have extended our deadline until the 15th of June. Send us your application form, available in the “How to apply” section of http://libtw.summerschool.ro at libtw@bucuresti.elsa.ro, no later than June 15th. Hurry up and join this summer’s Law Is Better Than War! International School. Also, should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at the above mentioned e-mail address. 

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