Split – Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
The Winter ELSA Law School Split on Humanitarian Law and Human Rights is an immersive educational program that takes place during the winter season. This unique academic experience is designed to provide participants with a deep understanding of humanitarian law and human rights within the context of Croatia and the broader international community.
It is really important to familiarize yourself with this topic, which unfortunately is still very relevant today. Croatia has also recently experienced war in modern times as a part of former Yugoslavia, so our lecturers are very experienced in this matter. They can offer you best insight into law and the struggle for protection of human rights in such times.
In addition to lectures, a fun social programme awaits you. We prepared fun and competitive activities such as bowling, city games, karaoke, pub quizzes and national drinks night.
Split is also a city full of history. The center of the city is Diocletian's Palace, which is an ancient palace built for the Roman emperor Diocletian at the end of the third century AD. Today the remains of the palace are part of the historic core of Split, which in 1979 was listed by UNESCO.
ELSA member from a non-favoured country - 375€
Member of a Partner Organisation - 400€
ELSA Alumni - 400€
Non ELSA member - 400€
Two-way Airport transfer - 30€
National Park Krka Waterfalls trip - 40€
Hoodie - 25€
T-shirt - 16€
Tote bag - 15€
The academic programme of our WELS will consist of 5-day courses on International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. A series of lectures on various branches of International Humanitarian Law combined with workshops will provide participants with knowledge on the topic as well as practical experience. The Programme will be delivered by recognised members of the academic and legal community, securing its quality and promising our participants a week of rich academic values.
Here is the draft Academic Programme of our WELS (subject to change):
- None (arrivals)
- Introductory lecture on Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
- Lecture on Legal Migration for the Purpose of Family Reunification
- Lecture with Discussion on Refugees in the Russian – Ukrainian War
- Lecture on Genocides in the 90s
- Workshop on Peaceful reintegration
- Lecture on Applicability of International Humanitarian Law Support Operations
- Lecture on Arms Control Treaties and Agreements
- Lecture and Case Study on Right to an Effective Investigation in Correlation to The Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
- Lecture and Workshop on Women’s Rights in War Times and Femicide
- Lecture on Technology and Its Influence in Times of War and Protection of Human Rights
- None (Social/Cultural Programme)
- None (departures)