Літня школа «Prejudice, Genocide, Remembrance»
Освітяни, журналісти, службовці, громадські активісти, студенти-магістри та аспіранти запрошуються до участі у літній школі, присвяченій колективній пам’яті та способам вироблення навичок, що сприятимуть зменшенню насильства. Для десяти учасників школи передбачені тревел-гранти. Участь у школі безкоштовна.
Дати: 5 – 10 липня 2015 року.
Місце: Будапешт, Угорщина.
Дедлайн: 17 квітня.
Детальний опис англійською:
The Tom Lantos Institute (Budapest), the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Education and Psychology (Budapest), and CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe (Brussels) are organising the second European Summer School (5-10 July 2015 in Budapest, Hungary), on “Prejudice, Genocide, Remembrance” for 25 civil servants, educators, journalists, churches and civil society representatives from the Council of Europe member-countries.
The Summer School combines substantive education with skills training. It employs a multidisciplinary approach that complements Holocaust education with human rights training. In its methodology it combines collective memory workshops with the discussion of relevant cases of human rights violations and the teaching of skills to prevent and counter these violations. The principle goal of this training is to develop understanding of the ways collective memories of traumatic past events shape inter-community relations in the present. Furthermore, the training situates prejudice and genocide in the context of human rights and democratic values. In Central and Eastern Europe one reason for the spread of anti-Semitism and anti-Romani racism is the weak socialisation of democratic values and human rights in the midst of civil society. The Summer School teaches human rights norms and skills to become active in preventing and countering racism and to promote respect for the rights of ethnic and religious minorities. The Summer School is supported by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
Trainings and lectures include:
- Prejudice, group-focused enmity, scapegoating;
- The Holocaust, the Roma genocide, Roma literature on the Holocaust;
- Countering anti-tsiganism;
- Memory and memorials, competitive victimhood;
- Reconciliation models, transitional justice;
- Holocaust education;
- Human rights; minority rights;
- Freedom of speech and the media;
- Young people and the far-right; countering the far-right.
- Educators from secondary and higher education;
- Public servants, decision-makers and public officials who deal primarily with education policies, human and minority rights and other related policy-fields;
- Members of civil society organisations, practitioners, representatives of the different Churches;
- MA and PhD students who wish to acquire competitive personal competence beneficial for their future careers in academia or in practice-oriented professions.
Applicants for scholarship have to have:
- Proven current interest or work in the field;
- Strong motivation to improve their understanding and skills;
- Demonstrated plans for future activities or career where they can use the knowledge, contacts and skills acquired.
There is no participation fee. Lunches are covered by the organisers. 10 scholarships are offered by the Tom Lantos Institute for applicants from the member states of the Council of Europe. They cover the accommodation and travel costs (except airport transfer and visa fees). More details will be provided for successful participants.