Sarajevo – International Law and Cultural Heritage


During the period from the 22nd until the 29th of July, Sarajevo will be the city host for the newest Summer ELSA Law School edition, going by the name: Sarajevo Summer Law School 2018: International Law and Cultural Heritage. Students will get a chance to explore the link between intangible cultural heritage protection and other bodies of law, including human rights law, intellectual property protection, and contract law by listening to interesting academic courses and engaging fruitful debates; while taking the most of Sarajevo while summer time.

Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - 350€
ELSA Member from a favoured country - 315€
Alumni/Member of a partner organisation - 400€
Non ELSA Member - 420€
Maximum extra fees
Gala Ball - 25€
One-way airport transfer - 15€
Two-way airport transfer - 25€
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hotel Hecco, Sarajevo
Number of participants
Date of arrival
Date of departure
Academic Partner
Faculty of Law of the University of Sarajevo, UNESCO, SENSE Tranistional Centre
Academic Programme

Monday 23rd of July:
1. Introduction
International Law
& Cultural Heritage
Lecturer: Milan Popadić Serbia
2. Cultural Property and sacred places
Lecturer: Gorčin Dizdar Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tuesday 24th of July:

1. Protecting the Cultural Heritage through an International peace agreement
Lecturer: Mirela Mulalic-Handan Bosnia and Herzegovina
Wednesday 25 th of July:
1. Unidroit Convention: Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects
Lecturer: Milan Popadić Serbia
2. Sacred places as part of Cultural Hertage
Lecturer: Maja Popović Bosnia and Herzegovina

Thursday 26th of July: Rafting trip to Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Friday 27th of July:
Movie: Lost history AL Jazeera Balkans.
Panel Discussion «Investigation and Prosecuting cases of Destruction of Cultural Property and Destroying Syrian
Cultural Heritage in present armed conflict”
Panelists: Tarik Durmišević Bosnia and Herzegovina, Caroyln Edgerton Canada, Helen Walasek
United Kingdom.
Saturday 28th of July:
Bosnia and Herzegovina and destruction of Cultural Heritage
Lecturer: Helen Walasek United Kingdom University of Exter.

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