International Summer School. "Law of War and Law of Peace - international law at the service of historical research"
The international summer schools organised by the Centre are all about people. People curious about the world, who are ready to confront their knowledge with the opinion of renowned authorities. It is also a place. Hidden among forests and lakes, Łękuk provides an appropriate space for discussions. And - last but not least - the subject: the problems of international law and history presented in an interdisciplinary manner. This year's edition of the school will be devoted to the issue of war and peace, how these concepts intermingle, what traces they have left in our part of Europe and what lawyers and historians think about them.
20 PhD students, young researchers or people engaged in public affairs from Poland, Germany, Russia, Ukraine and Central and Eastern Europe - depending on the possibility of travel to Poland due to COVID-19 restrictions. Very good passive and active knowledge of English (official language of the School) is required
eminent historians, international lawyers and political scientists
lectures, case studies and workshops
CV and cover letter in English shall be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org till 6 July 2021. Selected participants will be notified about the selection results.
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accommodation, meals, participation in lectures and seminars, background materials, as well as transportation from Warsaw to Masurian Lakeland and back
WE ALSO COVER
up to 200 EUR transport expenditures for participants from all countries except Poland
WHEN AND WHERE
28 August-3 September 2021, Masurian Lakeland