Centre for Civic Education (CCE)
announces a CALL for participants for the
TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE SCHOOL
If you are a young person, aged 18 to 35, and wish to learn more about the concept of transitional justice, culture of remembrance, the wars of the 90s, war crimes, and the sufferings in the former SFRY and Montenegro, with the goal of contributing to the process of confronting the past, as one of the foundation for democratization and Europeanization of Montenegrin society, then the Transitional Justice School is the programme for you!
The Transitional Justice School, through three modules and a comprehensive programme of lectures, workshops, debates, film screenings, visits to memorial sites or places of suffering, and institutions, enables participants to gain valuable and necessary knowledge that is not yet part of the formal education system.
Sessions within the first module will be held during a four-day programme, while the second module will consist of a three-day study visit and tour of places of suffering in the north and south of Montenegro. The third module will include visits to institutions and meetings with their representatives, with a formal diploma award ceremony for participants who successfully complete the programme.
Sessions will be led by experts focusing on human rights, humanitarian law, international relations, and European integration, coming from academia, the non-governmental sector, international organizations, institutions, media, etc.
Who can apply for the School of Transitional Justice?
Students, activists, journalists, researchers, and young professionals.
How and until when to apply for the School of Transitional Justice?
Applications (CV with contact information and a brief motivational letter) should be submitted by no later than 9 February 2024, until 17h00, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject Application – School of Transitional Justice – NAME SURNAME.
The Transitional Justice School is free of charge for selected participants, meaning that CCE covers all programme-related expenses.
Detail information about the programme will be provided to the candidates invited to the Transitional Justice School upon the selection process, based on the evaluation of applications.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or at 020 228 479, as well as through our social media channels.
The Transitional Justice School is organized within the project Education for the Future – Transitional Justice for Reconciliation. This activity is made possible by the regional project Support of the EU to Trust-Building in the Western Balkans, funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).