Italy, Palermo

Migrants, Human Rights and Democracy

when 11 June 2018 - 15 June 2018
language English
duration 1 week
credits 6 ECTS
fee EUR 350

This year edition Summer School offers an international context in dealing with forced migrations, human rights displaced lifes and vulnerability issues. Several experts will contribute to the studio by giving lectures. You will visit some places of interest (such as the Palermo Roma camp/ghetto, the port of Palermo where you will experience the SAR/Search And Rescue simulation) and have open space for participants to share their experiences and field research.

Course leader

Director: Dr. Elisabetta Di Giovanni, Anthropologist

Target group

Master students, PhD students, young professionals, practitioners, academics and free scholars.

Course aim

The University of Palermo Summer School is a one-week international event aimed at master students, academics and young professionals in the fields of forced migrations, human mobilities and unaccompanied minors.

Credits info

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Carrie Pemberton Ford (Cambridge University), Branislav Radeljic, University of East London, Sabrina Avakian, Unicef, Mediterranean Hope, IRC, Libraries Without Borders.

Fee info

EUR 350: The registration fee (€ 350) includes inclusive tuition, didactic material, conference kit, coffee breaks, lunch and one social dinner; travel and accommodation costs are not included.


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