Germany, Leipzig

Human Rights Protection under the ECHR

when 1 September 2019 - 7 September 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 10 EC
fee EUR 250

The Chair for European Law, Public International Law and Public Law is glad to announce that the University of Leipzig will host its first session of the International Summer School on Human Rights Protection under the ECHR in summer 2019. This Summer School combines the academic expertise of an alma mater which is both rich in tradition while at the same time being a modern, forward-thinking institution with its unique location in a vibrant city.

Course leader

University of Leipzig, Faculty of Law, Chair for Public International Law, European Law, Public Law (Prof. Dr. Schiedermair)

Target group

It welcomes students and professionals from all over the world to analyse and discuss current developments and recent judicial decisions in order to impart a profound knowledge on the protection of human rights under the application of the European Convention on Human Rights

Course aim

This Summer School’s aim is to impart a profound knowledge on the protection of human rights under the application of the European Convention on Human Rights. Current developments and recent judicial decisions will be analysed and discussed with the participants. Particular focus will be put on procedural and practice-oriented questions.

Fee info

EUR 250: The fee covers participation, Welcome Dinner, Beverages during the Summer School and Lunch. It does not cover travel expenses, accommodation and other costs of living.

Scholarships

Scholarships are not provided