Split – International Humanitarian Law & Human Rights

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    Want to travel, learn something new and make lifetime friendships? ELSA Split has your back! Brace yourself, because ELSA Split is organizing its first ever ELSA WINTER LAW SCHOOL! Topic of this year school is on International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
    Everyday we witness serious fall in respecting the basic human rights. Being a country that experienced wartime period in the recent decade, we want to raise awearness on this topic. If you want to get to know basic human rights and how to protect them, the way European Court of Justice works, migration law, war in our country followed by cases, you're more than welcome to apply!
    40 lucky ELSA members will be warmly welcomed by the organisation comittee in beautiful city ofSplit, Croatia from January 7th to January 14th 2018.
    Need more reasons to apply? After productive classes held by best professors and lawyers, take a break in breathtaking national park KRKA, a true gem of our country. For more information and agenda please follow our Facebook Page and our website
    Start the new year right and experience the ELSA Spirit! Applications are open between November 6th and December 15th 2017.
    See you all in January!
Maximum participation fees
Favoured 315€ / Non-Favoured 350€ / ELSA Alumni 350€ / Non - Member 385€
Maximum extra fees
Galaball 40€ / Transport from the airport 30€ / Transport from the bus statition 10€ / Extra Days 45€ / Trip to the National Park Krka Waterfalls €60
Split, Croatia
Design hostel 101 Dalmatian, click here to be directed to the website
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Academic Partner
Split Faculty of Law, UNHCR
Academic Programme

Academic programme includes lectures and workshops of the the main aspects of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Main focus will be on the following subjects:

  • Introduction to the Human Rights
  • Institutions and their contribution in protecting fundamental human rights (UNHCR, EP)
  • Legislative framework on Humanitarian Law
  • Presentation and discussion of the cases from ICTY
  • Asylum and migrations
  • Public International  Law
  • European Law

*The Academic Programme might be subjected to changes

Apply here