BSC Summer School on Critical Thinking 2019
MIGRATION MANAGEMENT IN THE BALKANS:
CHALLENGES AND OBSTACLES
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, July 15 – 20, 2019
BSC Summer School on Critical Thinking Migration Management in the Balkans: Challenges and Obstacles offers an international and interdisciplinary approach in dealing with migrations, refugees and human rights. The program provides an emerging platform for emerging ideas, practices and policy options in the field of migration management. Students and practitioners will have the opportunity to learn and interact with experts and peers, and build lasting professional relationships. The innovative concept of this Summer school besides lectures, roundtable discussions, dynamic case studies, workshops, combines practical exercises and study visit to Salakovac migrant camp in Mostar.
Postgraduate students and professionals.
An excellent working knowledge (speaking and writing) of English.
The availability to attend the entire teaching aspect of the programme.
Opportunities for participants
Keynote addresses by leading experts in the field, class discussions, roundtable discussions, workshops with practitioners, field and study visit to migrant camp, and social and cultural activities.
30 hours of research, training and instruction.
Certificate of attendance from the organizers.
The Summer school will take place in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Hercegovina. In addition to Sarajevo, participants will visit Konjic, Jablanica, Mostar, Blagaj and Počitelj.
HOW TO APPLY?
Please complete and send the application form together with your resume to email@example.com by 5 July 2019. The results of the selection process will be communicated via E-mail, within 5 working days following receipt of the application.
N.B. 1 Payment deadline: full payment has to be finalized within 2 week following confirmation of acceptance (i.e. candidates should provide BSC with proof of payment via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by the same date).
N.B. 2 Limited number of waivers are available through Horizon2020 SAGE project “Systemic Action for Gender Equality”. Please fill in and send the application form for tuition fee waivers (local/package 1) to email@example.com. The IUS SAGE project and the Balkan Studies Center are dedicated to equal opportunities for candidates. Also, applications from all adequately qualified persons are welcome. However, since women are currently insufficiently represented in this specific category of research, applications from this group are particularly welcome.
N.B. 3 Any of the selected packages do not cover additional expenses such as those related to health insurance coverage and VISA.
Package 1: € 180.00
Participation fee, working materials, certificate, 4 lunches, famous roasted lamb meat at Jablanica, guidance services, and field and cultural trip to Konjic, Jablanica, Mostar, Blagaj and Počitelj.
Package 2: € 380.00
6 nights accommodation in a four star hotel between 14th and 20th of July, airport transfer, participation fee, working materials, certificate, 4 lunches, famous roasted lamb meat at Jablanica, guidance services, and field and cultural trip to Konjic, Jablanica, Mostar, Blagaj and Počitelj.
Instruction for payment
Participant name and surname (as used to register)
Month and day of birth (example: 23 May 1989)
Receiver: SEDEF BOSNIA D.O.O.
Address: Hrasnička cesta 15, 71210 Ilidža, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Account number: 1860-0010-5199-9168
Bank: Ziraat Bank
Swift: TZBBBA22 (paid in Euros)
Purpose: Participation in BSC Summer School on Critical Thinking 2019
Note: BSC Summer School on Critical Thinking does not accept cash payments.
Tuesday 9th April – Applications open
Wednesday 5th July – Deadline for applications
5 working days following receipt of the application – Notification to applicants
Sunday 14th July – Summer School participants arrive in Sarajevo
Monday 15th July – Summer School starts
Friday 19th July – Summer School ends
About the organizers
The Summer school is organized by the Balkan Studies Center of the International University of Sarajevo (BiH) in cooperation with: Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow (France), Faculty of Law from the University of Zenica (BiH), Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom), Hatay Mustafa Kemal University (Turkey), Faculty of Legal and Business Studies "Dr Lazar Vrkatić" (Serbia), and Horizon2020 SAGE project “Systematic Action for Gender Equality” (BiH).
International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Hatay Mustafa Kemal University, Turkey
University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Council of Europe (CoE)
The Institution of Human Rights Ombudsman of Bosnia and Herzegovina
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Faculty of Legal and Business Studies "Dr Lazar Vrkatić", Serbia
Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow (nongovernmental organization based in Paris), France
Few members of migrants from Ušivak Transit/Reception Center, Bosnia and Herzegovina
OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR)
Al Jazeera Balkans, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Hamza Preljević
Project Manager and Coordinator of the Summer School
Phone: +387 33 957 320
Dr. Admir Mulaosmanović
Coordinator of the Summer School
Phone: +387 33 957 310
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We look forward to welcoming you in Sarajevo in July 2019!