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Transitional Justice Institute-Summer School 2010

Summer School on Transitional Justice 2010

Gender, Conflict and Transition

7-11 June 2010, Magee campus

The Transitional Justice Institute is pleased to announce its 3rd annual Summer School on Transitional Justice: Gender, Conflict and Transition.

The Summer School will be held from 7-11th June 2010 at the Magee Campus of the University of Ulster. The Summer School is a week long residential course, consisting of a series of interactive lectures, workshops and roundtable discussions which this year will address the theme of gender and transitional justice.

The summer school is open to anyone with an interest in Transitional Justice. Previous courses have attracted participants from a wide range of international and non-governmental organisations, as well as from universities and government Ministries. These have included participants from Amnesty International; the United Nations, and the OSCE, as well as students from a range of European universities and participants from locally based NGOs such as the Citizens Advice Bureau. This range of participants contributes significantly to the calibre of debate at the summer school, as the wide range of experience and perspective represented pushes the boundaries of received knowledge.

For the second year, the TJI is pleased to run the summer school in partnership with INCORE. This partnership includes a joint Northern Ireland Programme through which participants are given an overview of some of the key debates facing Northern Ireland as it tries to build a more peaceful future. These joint sessions also provide opportunities for participants to extend their networks by meet those attending the Incore Summer School and to participate in a joint social programme.

Programme Outline

Day 1 : Introduction to Transitional Justice

Women, Human Rights and Transitional Justice

Day 2:  The Past, Transition  and Gender – Women and International Criminal Justice

Day 3: Truth Recovery – Women and Truth Commissions

Day 4: Women and Security in Post Conflict Societies

Day 5:  Women and Political, Economic and Social Reform in Transitional Societies

Summer School Faculty

Speakers for the Summer School include:

Professor Christine Bell (TJI); Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin (TJI); Dr Ruth Rubio Marin (EUI Florence); Dr Catherine O’Rourke (TJI); Baroness Nuala O’Loan (Irish Special Envoy on Resolution 1325 & Visiting Professor, School of Law); Dr Niamh Reilly (NUI Galway).

Registration

The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 12th April 2010.

Fees

Reflecting differences in financial situation, fees for the summer school are broken into two categories. The fee for large organisations such as Universities, Government departments or intergovernmental organisations is £600. For smaller organisations, or self funding individuals it is £500. The course fee includes all course materials, lunch, social events and the Summer School dinner.

There is an additional fee of £ 145 for those requiring accommodation. This covers 5 night’s accommodation, including breakfast. Participants may extend their stay for an additional charge if they wish to arrive early or delay their departure.

Further Information

Please contact: tjsummerschool@ulster.ac.uk

Transitional Justice Institute, Magee Campus, University of Ulster, Northland Road, Derry/Londonderry, BT487JL, Northern Ireland

Tel.: +44 (0) 2871 375146      Fax: +44 (0) 2871 375184

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