The Irish Centre for Human Rights offered three summer school programmes for 2013 on: the International Criminal Court; Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy; and Human Rights, Migration and Globalization.
Each year, the Irish Centre for Human Rights offers two highly acclaimed summer school programmes on the International Criminal Court and on Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy. Each of these intensive programmes offers participants a chance to immerse themselves in their subject matter and to benefit from the knowledge of an unrivalled panel of experts. Each programme also includes a variety of social activities that allow participants to network with each other and the panel in a relaxed and friendly environment ensuring that the summer schools are both instructive and enjoyable.
The Irish Centre for Human Rights held its inaugural Summer School on Human Rights, Migration and Globalization from 8 to 12 July 2013. The School is open to practitioners, journalists, NGOs, and students interested in the contemporary challenges of migration and human rights protection.
Until 2011, the Irish Centre for Human Rights also hosted an annual summer school on the subject of Minority Rights, Indigenous People and Human Rights Law. This programme is now based at Middlesex University.