Organizer: CVEK, Bratislava
Main partner: IOM Medzinárodná organizácia pre
migráciu - kontaktný bod Európskej migraènej siete (EMN) v SR
Partners: Selye János University, Komárno
Masaryk University, Brno
Willa Decius, Krakow
Period: July 18 - 30, 2011
About the Summer School
The 2nd edition of the Summer School of Ethnicity and Migration Studies is a two-week educational program covering topics connected with nationalism and ethnicity, de-ethnization of the public sphere, migration and integration analysis, approaches and policies. Topics connected to de-construction of national myths, analyses of public policies concerning minorities and discussions over desired migration policy models form the core of the Summer school activities. Through debates, lectures and workshops, it presents a unique informal learning space for student from the Central European countries and creates space for the participants to get familiar with each other's ideas and initiate international cooperation. Lectures and workshops held by highly qualified experts from the region has been complemented with topical study trips. The Summer school is organized in a historical building of the Janos Selye University.
The 2nd edition of the Summer School of Ethnicity and Migration Studies aims to create an alternative learning platform for advanced studies for MA Students, PhD students, young researchers, young public officials from countries of Central and Eastern Europe - Slovakia, Czech republic, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Macedonia, Turkey, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbajdzan. Participants from other countries can participate on the Summer School as The working language of the School is English.
Application process for the 2nd edition of the Summer School will be open between April 1 - May 2, 2011, accepted participants will be informed after May 9, 2011.
Application package included:
• Application form duly filled and signed
• Motivation letter (not more than one A4 format page)
*Recommendations from one person (from the academia) familiar with the applicants work. Should be in English, printed on letterhead paper and bear the signature of the issuer. No special envelope is needed; recommendations should be simply attached to the application.
Registration fee for successful candidates is 50 Euro. Costs of the program, study material, field trips as well as accommodation and board will be covered by the organizer. Participants will be responsible for their travel costs and insurance.
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