Sarajevo – Media Law & Freedom of Speech
We live in a world that is non stop changing, and it is is very difficult to chase the modern trends. Freedom of speech is a principle that supports the freedom of an individual or a community to articulate their opinions and ideas without fear of retaliation, censorship, or legal sanction. Unsolved fates of Khashoggi, Babchenko, Viktoria Marinova, Marie Colvin and all other worldly known journalist led us to think about the future of on of the most basic rights, freedom of speech.
We would like to analyze this topic from a lawyer’s perspective, as well as from the perspective of people who work in the journalism field.
ELSA Member from a favoured country - 315€
Alumni/Member of a partner organisation - 390€
Non ELSA Member-350€
Two-way airport transfer 30€
Our schools, which are held here for more than 5 successful years, are famous for their distinguished lectures, from students and as well from the Acedemic lecturers (across from all Europe and as well as local, from Bosnia and Herzegovina and neighboring countries). In this topic, Media law and freedom of speech, participants will have the opportunity to hear topics from the perspective of lawyers, as well as journalists’ perspectives, quality from these topics and will be able to talk with students from all over Europe. Many lecturers like: Wadah Khanfar – former director general of the Al-Jazeera television network, Senad Hadzifejzovic – representative journalist from BiH, founder of face TV, Harun Karcic host – of a foreign affairs show on Al Jazeera’s Balkans channel, Nedžad Smailagić – (Poitiers University, France), Dunja Mijatović – (OSCE representative at the freedom of Media), Asja Roksa – (Communications Regulatory Agency BiH) are going to fulfill our accomplishment as a part of the ELSA network.