The International seminar “Common identity common future”
The Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin invites students and PhD students aged 19-30 to participate in scientific events organized thanks to funding obtained under the Visegrad Funds grant V4 Gen Mini-Grants.
We are looking for people who, together with colleagues from the University of Hradec Kralove in the Czech Republic and the University of Bayreuth in Germany, will participate in activities such as:
– cross-border workshops
– democratic workshops
– increasing knowledge about the needs of people with disabilities – simulation in virtual reality
– visiting the underground Szczecin and getting to know the history of the city
– Oxford debate in mixed teams: Is the future of Europe our common future? Poland, Czechia and Germany – partners or antagonists?
All activities take place in Szczecin and will be conducted in English. We accept applications until April 7, 2023.
Limit of places – 20 participants. In the case of a greater number of applicants, the order in which applications are received decides about admission.