Venice Academy of Human Rights 2014
The Venice Academy of Human Rights will take place from 7-16 July 2014. The theme of this year’s academy is ‘Judicial Legitimacy and the Rule of Law’.
Online applications are accepted until 4 May 2014.The Academy offers an “early bird” registration with a reduced participation fee until 15 March 2014.
Faculty of the Venice Academy 2014
Distinguished Opening Lecture
Paul Mahoney, Judge at the European Court of Human Rights
Gráinne de Búrca, Florence Ellinwood Allen Professor of Law, NYU
Philip G. Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law, NYU
Andreas Føllesdal, Professor of Political Philosophy at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and Director of the Norwegian Centre of Excellence PluriCourts for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, University of Oslo
Geir Ulfstein, Professor of International Law and Deputy Director of the Norwegian Centre of Excellence PluriCourts for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, University of Oslo
Jeremy Waldron, University Professor of Law, NYU and Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory, University of Oxford
Michael Zürn, Professor of International Relations at the Free University Berlin and Director of the Research Unit Global Governance at Social Science Research Center Berlin (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, WZB)
You can view the detailed programme here.
Participants: Academics, practitioners, PhD/JSD and master students
Type of courses: Lectures, seminars, workshops and discussion sessions
Number of hours: up to 35 hours of courses
Location: Monastery of San Nicolò, Venice – Lido, Italy
Fees: 500 EUR (early bird until 15 March), 600 EUR (16 March – 4 May 2014)
Venice Academy of Human Rights
The Venice Academy of Human Rights is an international programme of excellence for human rights education, research and debate. It forms part of the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC).
The Academy offers interdisciplinary thematic programmes open to academics, practitioners, doctoral and master students with an advanced knowledge of human rights. Participants attend morning lectures, participate in discussion sessions and workshops and can exchange views, ideas and arguments with leading international scholars and experts. This includes the opportunity for a number of participants to present and discuss their own “work in progress” such as drafts of articles, chapters of books or doctoral theses and receive comments from faculty members (including P. Alston, A. Føllesdal, G. Ulfstein and J. Waldron) and peers.
At the end of the programme, participants receive a Certificate of Attendance issued by the Venice Academy of Human Rights.