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Summer School 'Who’s Afraid of International Law? On the importance of the international law in the light of Russian aggression against Ukraine'

Enrollment for the international summer school 'Who’s Afraid of International Law? On the importance of the international law in the light of Russian aggression against Ukraine', organised by the Mieroszewski Centre.

The event, which will take place from 25 to 30 August 2024 in the Mazurian Lake District, is a five-day series of lectures and workshops aimed at doctoral students, young scholars and public affairs professionals from Poland, EU countries and Central and Eastern Europe.

What does our summer school offer?

  • classes conducted by prominent experts in international law, history and political science, including: Prof. Ireneusz C. Kamiński, Prof. Karolina Wierczyńska, Prof. Patrycja Grzebyk, Prof. Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala.
  • an analysis of the impact of international law on international relations, with particular emphasis on Russian aggression against Ukraine.
  • the opportunity to network with other talented researchers, providing an excellent platform for the exchange of ideas and professional networking.

Why take part?

The Mieroszewski Centre's summer school is not only an opportunity to gain valuable skills and knowledge, but also a chance for personal and professional development in an international environment.

How to apply?

Send your CV and a covering letter to kontakt@mieroszewski.pl by 26 May. Selected participants will be notified of the selection results by 9 June.

In addition, the Mieroszewski Centre provides: accommodation, meals, participation in lectures and seminars, supporting materials, as well as transport from Warsaw to the Masurian Lake District and back, and – for participants from outside Poland – a transport cost of up to EUR 300.

The Mieroszewski Centre is a state legal entity established by law, supervised by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland. The mission of the Mieroszewski Centre is to initiate, support and carry out activities aimed at the peoples of Eastern Europe, in particular Ukrainians, Belarusians, Georgians and Moldovans, in order to strengthen the independence of their countries.

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