The Summer School will take place in Amsterdam from July 3 to July 9, 2022. The program consists of three main elements:
- Lectures and seminars, in which relevant theories and literature will be reviewed;
- Meetings with key actors in the field, activists, and policy-makers; and
- Research practice and fieldwork resulting in data collection.
The Summer School program that combines theoretical, as well as the hands-on approaches, will provide participants a unique opportunity to expand their knowledge in the role of CSOs acting on behalf of undocumented migrants in the Netherlands.
Ideal participants would be PhD candidates in International Relations, Political Sciences, Sociology, History, Anthropology and other related fields, as well as early career professionals working in relevant organizations and holding an MA, MSS or RMSS degree. Travel (up to €500) and accommodations in Amsterdam are covered by the SECUREU network.
We welcome applications from PhD candidates in International Relations, Political Sciences, Sociology, History, Anthropology and other related fields, as well as early career professionals working in relevant organizations and holding an MA, MSS or RMSS degree.
Interested candidates should send their CV and Motivation Letter to: email@example.com by 17:00 h CET, 15 April, 2022.
For detailed information on the summer school themes and confirmed faculty, please visit Europe Now’s website.
The Summer School is organized by the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW), the Herder-Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe, Marburg, in cooperation with the Collaborative Research Centre/Transregio 138 “Dynamics of Security. Types of Securitization from a Historical Perspective.” This Summer School is organized as part of the SECUREU (The Securitization of Migrants and Ethnic Minorities and the Rise of Xenophobia in the EU) activities. SECUREU is a Jean Monnet Network funded by the Erasmus + Programme.