The Global Campus of Human Rights (GC), with the GC Caucasus programme and the Moldova State University (MSU) are glad to announce the admissions to the “1st European Cross-Regional Spring School on Climate Justice & Human Rights”. Embracing inter-disciplinarity and a cross-regional approach, the School is organized together with the MSU Faculties of Law and Biology, and in synergy with the GC Europe/EMA and GC South East Europe/ERMA programmes. This partnership will allow for the activity to bring together academia, civil society, and human rights defenders from Moldova and the EU enlargement countries.
🔴Who can apply?
Eligible participants are university students, early-career professionals, researchers, and emerging environmental rights defenders or practitioners from Eastern Partnership countries (Moldova, Armenia, Ukraine, Georgia) and the Western Balkans (BiH, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, North Macedonia, and Kosovo) who want to gain an introductory understanding of the subject, or that own basic expertise. Additionally, up to two positions are reserved to EU citizens. GC alumni holding citizenship from these countries are encouraged to apply.
The School is free of charge. Moreover, all accommodation and stay costs are covered by the organizers. Travel costs (plane, train, or bus) will be reimbursed after the event.
🔴How to apply
Fin our more info and submit your candidacy by March 24th here: