This intensive summer courses are held in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Lyon and Warsaw and bring together students from around the world to discuss historical and current human rights issues. The purpose is to create a collaborative environment in which students explore the social and political roots of discrimination and find potential solutions for challenging issues. In addition to lectures and discussions, students visit government agencies, community organizations, nonprofits, and historical sites.
Currently enrolled sophomore, juniors and seniors, and recent graduates of universities in the U.S. and parts of Europe can apply.
The fellowship covers the cost of participation and accommodation.
Application Deadline: Jan. 8, 2018