[Below you will find an announcement for this year’s summer schools organized by the Irish Centre for Human Rights. I can really recommend these summer schools. They gather a number of very interesting scholars and practitioners, are very well organized, and take place in the beautiful surrounding of the city of Galway. Thanks to Maria Varaki for this reminder!]
Irish Centre for Human Rights
The Irish Centre for Human Rights runs annually two Summer Schools; one on the International Criminal Court and one that focuses on the rights of Minorities and Indigenous peoples. Both courses offer five days of intensive lectures delivered by specialists in the fields and a series of social events, providing a fruitful environment for knowledge, debate, stimulation and social interaction.
This year the summer schools are being run back-to-back in order to provide participants with the opportunity to attend both summer schools.
Registration deadline is April 30th 2009, so make sure you register now in order to secure your place!!!
For all information, details and registration, please visit the Summer Schools’ website:
Minority Rights, Indigenous People and Human Rights Law
June 15-20 2009 (*check in 14 June, check out 20 June)
Questions and Queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Criminal Court
June 20-25 2009 (*check in on 20 June, check out 26 June)
Questions and Queries: email@example.com
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Galway.