The Serbian Association “Prosvjeta” from Zagreb and the Academic Network for Cooperation in Southeast Europe, which is coordinated by the Institute of Social Sciences, are organizing a Summer School on Minority Rights aimed at strengthening academic ties between Serbian and Croatian students interested in studying multiculturalism and rights of national minorities. The Summer School on Minority Rights will be organized in Poreč, Republic of Croatia, from September 15 until 18, 2022.
We invite and encourage undergraduate and graduate students from faculties accredited in the Republic of Serbia to apply for participation in the Summer School. The number of participants is limited, ten from each country, and participants must meet the following criteria:
- Enrolled undergraduate or master studies
- Average grade above 8.00
- Motivation letter up to 500 words;
Lecturers at the summer school are: prof. Milorad Pupovac PhD, Mr. Aleksandar Tolnauer, prof. Siniša Tatalović PhD, prof. Ružica Jakešević PhD, Ksenija Marković MA, prof. Vladimir Vuletić PhD, prof. Goran Bašić PhD, Milica Joković Pantelić PhD, Mr. Slobodan Živković, Mr. Dejan Mihajlović.
The costs of living and working are provided by the organizers, and the participants are issued a certificate of participation in the “Summer School of Minority Rights”.
Applications for participants from Serbia are submitted by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 1, 2022.