The European Academy Summer School on Human Rights, Minorities and Diversity Management – Focus 2016: “Integration / Disintegration”

The European Academy Bozen/Bolzano (EURAC) Summer School is an interdisciplinary, two-week programme for all those interested in minority rights and diversity management. The edition explores the theme of “Integration/Disintegration” through a wide range of perspectives and case studies. In seminars and workshops led by international experts from both inside and outside academia, participants will critically engage with topics including international minority protection instruments, the relationship between climate change and , the of and other minority groups, the rise of right-wing extremisms, and debates surrounding the right to self-determination. Field trips in South Tyrol and Switzerland will provide opportunities to gain first-hand experiences of local approaches to minority protection and diversity governance.

 

Organizers: European Academy Bozen/Bolzano (), Foundation Convivenza (Switzerland), Middlesex University (United Kingdom) and University of Graz (Austria).

When: 20 June 2016 – 01 July 2016.

Where: Bozen/Bolzano (Italy) and Grisons (Switzerland).

Tuition fee: 400 € including course material and lunch. Scholarships are available.

Registration deadline: 31 March 2016.

Info and online registration: www.eurac.edu/summerschool

Contact: imr.summerschool@eurac.edu

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