POSTGRADUATE COURSE ON “HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS AND ASYLUM”: APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR INTERNATIONAL AND COMPLEMENTARY PROTECTION MODULES IS MAY 16, 2019

The Dirpolis Institute (Law, Politics and Development) at Sant’Anna School and the Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (ASGI) offer a new postgraduate course in immigration and asylum law on May 23-25, 2019. Module 3 covers key topics: international protection, complementary protection and asylum regulations under European and National Law. The application deadline is 16 May 2019. The program will provide participants with the opportunity to study the most up to date legal responses to the migration phenomenon.

Participants will focus on the legal and ethical issues surrounding EU migration and asylum policies. Migration issue shall be addressed through a multidisciplinary approach combining teaching by several public and private partners working in the field and a methodological approach that is rooted in praxis. Additional information and timetable are available in the brochure attached. The ASGI members and Sant’Anna School postgraduate programs alumni enjoy a discount on all courses. On successful (examination) completion of the course, participants earn 1 ECTS credit. 7 training education credits (for lawyers) are awarded for the Module on international and complementary protection.

For additional information, please visit Sant’Anna School Advanced Education Dept. webpage and the Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (ASGI) webpage.

05.05.2019

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