FAU Human Rights Talks Winter Term 2021/22
Around the World of Human Rights
What are the next Human Rights Talks about?
The Human Rights Talks of winter term 2021/2022 will take you on a virtual world tour of human rights in the style of “Around the World in 80 Days“.
You will get in touch with students enthusiastic about human rights from all continents, who will provide you with insights into human rights topics from their respective countries. This might include current court decisions, but also political human rights problems from around the globe.
Not only will the Human Rights Talks get you an impression of the human rights issues in the different regions of the world – they also represent an opportunity for global networking among students with an interest in human rights!
The “highlight” of the coming Human Rights Talks will be a final excursion to the European city of Human Rights, Strasbourg, at the beginning of the lecture-free period after the term.
Who can participate in the Human Rights Talks?
Law students (during all phases of their studies, including doctoral students), students of the Human Rights Master, Erasmus-students as well as all students from other disciplines are invited to participate in the FAU Human Rights Talks.
Optional acquisition of certificates (Seminararbeit) or ECTS credit points can be personally discussed with Professor Wiater in advance.
The Talks will be held in Friday Zoom sessions during the winter term.
At the end of the winter term, an excursion to Strasbourg is scheduled. The exact dates will be announced as soon as possible.
Apply now for the next FAU Human Rights Talks!
Are you interested? Apply now by sending an email (including a short CV) to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.