Announcements

Forum on Human Rights Education will be held at the European Youth Centre Budapest from 15th to 17th October, 2009.

European Roma Information Office organises a conference on Roma and Migration. 27 May 2009 - 9.30 / 17.30
Roma Migration: A European Challenge

The Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities invites proposals for the mapping of the legal, institutional and political framework of the fight against discrimination

The Peace Institute (Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies, Ljubljana) and GLBT non-governmental organization Legebitra(Ljubljana) in cooperation with The Institute of Sociology (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest) and ILGA-Europe

We are pleased to inform you that an International Conference on “The Right to Education for Every Child: Removing Systemic Barriers to Full Integration of Roma Children” will be held on 2 - 3 June 2009 in Belgrade, Serbia, within the Decade of Roma Inclusion.

Leibniz Universität Hannover Summer Academy, 30 August - 13 September 2009

We are pleased to invite you to apply for the workshop on Rethinking Interethnic Reconciliation in the Western Balkans: Minorities, Borders, Governance we're directing at the Eleventh Mediterranean Research Meeting that will take place near Florence (Italy) on 24–27 March 2010.

29 June to 9 July 2009, Warsaw, Poland
The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Polish Red Cross are co-organizing a 10-day training on International Humanitarian Law. Through lectures and case studies, participants will acquire a solid understanding of the law regulating armed conflicts.

The Manchester Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (JMCE) has recently been awarded Arts and Humanities Research Council funds to intensify its PhD training provision. As part of its commitment to postgraduate learning and training, the Centre is organising in 2009 a special issue of its Yearbook on the topic of European Minorities in Cross-Disciplinary Perspective. All articles submitted for the Yearbook will be peer-reviewed by an advisory board.

In an effort to contribute to the reform process in Southeast Europe, the TRANSFUSE Association and the College of Europe jointly launched a programme in 2006 for young people from the region, as well as broader Europe, who aspire to play an active role in the future of their countries.
The Programme runs over a ten-month period and aims to transmit knowledge about the EU and its relation to the region, to stimulate the leadership and professional skills of participants and to encourage an exchange of views.