Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation 2016
Borders, Inequality and the Law (22 – 26 August)
Program for Bergen Exchanges 2016
The preliminary program for Bergen Exchanges 2016 is now ready. Themes for this year´s exchanges include migration and lawfare, sexual and reproductive rights, child rights, lawfare over natural resources, speech rights, inequalities in health, socio-economic effects of incarceration, and judicial independence. See the full program here.
Apply for the PhD course: Deadline 10. Aug. 2016
The University of Bergen offers a PhD course that form part of the Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation from the 18-26 of August. The course is a mixture of lectures specifically designed for the course, participation in research-project workshops and open round-tables. Students will also have an opportunity to present their own work. Course leaders: Camila Gianella, Bruce Wilson, Siri Gloppen. Lecturers include: Andrea Castagnola, Tom Keck, Alicia Yamin, Elin Skaar, and Malcolm Langford.
The course is a mixture of lectures specifically designed for the course, participation in research-project workshops and open round-tables that form part of the Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation. Students will receive 3 ECTS for participating in the course (80 % of seminars), submission of paper abstract (150-300 words), and presentation of own work to course participants. Students who submit a publishable journal article (4,000-6,000 words, with an additional reading list of 500 pages, which can be from the elective reading list) by 15 October 2016 are awarded an additional 7 ECTS. (MA level students will be accepted if space permits). You find more information on the PhD course here.
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