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Fight Against Terrorism through Prevention of Financing and Recruitment

 

Jean Monnet Advanced Seminar in EU Criminal Law and Policy

3rd International Spring Course
EU Substantive Criminal Law and the Protection of Victims

 

IUC Dubrovnik, Croatia, 1 - 5 May 2017

 

 

Program

 

 

 

Monday, May 1: Terrorism and Recruiters

Time

Topic – Speaker

9.00 – 9.30

Welcome and Introduction by course directors (Roksandić Vidlička, Munivrana Vajda, Engelhart)

9.30 – 10.15

International Court against Terrorism?

Ass. Prof. Gleb Bogush (Lomonosov Univeristy, Moscow, Russia)

 

10.15 – 10.30

Q & A

10:30 – 10.45

Coffee break

10.45 – 11.30

EU Citizens or Terrorist Suspects

Ms. Shadha Kahn (Diverse Women's Network, Durham, UK)

11.30 – 11.45

Q & A

11.45 – 12.30

The Caucasus Region and its resources for terrorism

Dr. Eliko Ciklauri-Lammich (Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany)

12.30 – 12.45

Q & A

13.00 – 14.30

Reception (IUC)

Lunch break

14.30 – 15.15

European Migration Challenge: Distinguishing Terrorists from Freedom Fighters

Ass.Prof. Aleksandar Maršavelski (Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb)

15:15 – 16:00

Young Researcher Presentation

Preventing radicalization / de-radicalization among Muslim adolescents in Germany and France – A comparative overview on current policy approaches and their underlying assumptions 

Anina Schwarzenbach (Max Planck Insitute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany) 

 

Integration of Syrian Diaspora in the Netherlands

Hope Rikkelman (Syria Legal Network-Nl)

 

Student presentation

16.15 – 18.00

Dubrovnik Sightseeing

 

 

Tuesday, May 2: Financing and Prevention of Terrorism

Time

Topic – Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

Limitations of the right to fair trial in the context of terrorism

Ass.Prof. Zoran Burić (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45

 

The legal situation and policy in Germany

Dr. Benjamin Vogel (Max Planck Insitute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.00

Finding Terrorists among Foreigners: To What Extent EU Databases Assist in Preventing and Detecting Terrorism Offences?

Dr. Niovi Vavoula (Queen Mary, University of London – School of Law)

12:00-12:15

Q & A

12.15– 13.45

Lunch break

14.00 – 14.45

The OSCE and the FIght against Terrorism

Mr. Manuel Eising (OSCE)

14.45 – 15.00

Q & A

15.30 – 18.00

Young Reserchers Presentations:

 

Prevention through Prosecution of Foreign Terrorist Fighters

Andrej Božinovski (Association for Criminal Law and Criminology of Macedonia)

Natalija Sekretareva (Russia)

(Q & A)

Student presentations

 

 

Wednesday, May 3: EU, Balkan and the US: Approach to Prevention of Financing and Recruitment

Time

Topic – Speaker

 

9.00 – 9:45

Violent Extremism in the Balkan Region

Professor Besa Arifi (South East European University,Skopje, Macedonia)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45

Fighting financing of terorrism within EU

Professor Katalin Ligeti (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.00

UN Sanction Committe and the Fight Against Terrorism

Dr. Nandor Knust (Max Planck Insitute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany) 

12.00 – 12.15

Q & A

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch break

14.45 – 15.30

The decision of the German Constitutional Court on the Federal Police Act - An American view on fighting terrorism
Professor Russel A. Miller (Washington and Lee University, USA)

15:30-15:45

Q & A

15:45-16:00

Coffee break

16.15 – 17.15

Participant (Expert) Presentations:

The Role of Cryptocurrencies and Darknet and in Financing of Terrorism

Ass. Porf. Tihomir Katulić (Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb)

The Role of Confiscation in Polish Criminal Law in the Prevention of Terrorism Financing

Maja Serafin  (Doctoral candidate, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law ) 

17.15 – 18.15

Student Presentations:

 

 

Thursday, May 4: International Responses and National Application

Time

Topic – Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

Defining Terrorism and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

Ms. Olga Kavran (Head of the Outreach and Legacy Unit at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45

The International Framework of FTF: Implementation and Challenges

Mr Joaquin Zuckerberg (Programme Officer, Terrorism Prevention Branch, UNODC)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.00

Religious Propaganda as an instrument for the dehumanization of terror victims and legitimization of acts of terror – case of Kosovo.

Dastid Pallaska (Pallaska&Associates, Kosovo)

12.00 – 12.15

Q & A

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch break

14.45 – 15.30

Terrorist Financing in Alien Tort Claims Litigation in the US

Professor Mark Drumbl (Washington and Lee University, USA)

15.30 – 15.45

Q & A

15.45 – 16.45

Student presentations

16:45-17:00

Break

17:00 – 19:00

Student Excercise (students form Faculty of Law, Univesity of Zagreb and University of Luxembourg)

 

 

Friday, May 5: Future Perspectives

Time

Topic – Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

International policies to supress terrorism: criminal law without limits?

Professor John Vervaele (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45

Terrorism and the European Convention on Human Rights

Professor Ksenija Turković (European Court of Human Rights, France)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.30

    
Between the EU Agenda on Security and Migration and EU Directive on Combatting Terrorism

Ass.Prof. Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička/Prof. Maja Munivrana Vajda/ (University of Zagreb)

 

12.30 – 12.45

Q & A

12.45 – 13.15

The Future of Fighting Terrorism through Prevention of Financing

Dr. Marc Engelhart (Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany)

13:15-13:30 Coffee break

 

Closing Discussion of Jean Monnet Advanced Seminar in the EU Criminal Law and Policy

Moderators: Ass.Prof. Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička/Dr. Marc Engelhart/Prof.dr. Maja Munivrana Vajda

13.45 – 15.00

Closing Ceremony: Diplomas; Best student presentations
   

 

 

Saturday, May 6: Free time, Departure

 

Maja Munivrana

Jean Monnet Advanced Seminar in EU...

Jean Monnet Advanced Seminar in EU Criminal Law and Policy (2017): Fight Against Terrorism through Prevention of Financing and Recruitment

The course will be held in Dubrovnik from May 1-5 2017.

 

 

The main objective of this course is to transfer advanced knowledge and understanding of the EU Criminal Law and Policy dealing with the Fight Against Terrorism through Prevention of Financing and Recruitment. The Advanced Seminar will provide a venue not only for transfer of knowledge to students and young researchers, but also for an intense academic dialogue between eminent experts in the field (including policy makers), with the aim to create a sustainable network. The course lecturers will be addressing the topics such as: the terrorist recruitment process, legal answers to terrorism, financing of terrorism and fighting terrorism with measures against organized crime; special international court for terrorism; Alien Tort Statue Act (USA) and terrorism prevention, terrorism and ECHR, the future of fighting extremism in Russia, USA and Europe.

This Jean Monnet Advanced Seminar is co-sponsored by the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb (Croatia), and Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (Freiburg, Germany).

The course is open to interested participants from academia, foremost graduate and postgraduate law students, but also to students of political sciences, sociology, journalism, police academy, etc., as well as experts and practitioners from government institutions and members of the NGO sector, lawyers and prosecutors.

While the morning classes will be given by course lecturers, renowned experts in the field, afternoons will be devoted to short presentations by the students on a topic of their own choice, related to any of the themes covered by this course. Presentations of about 10-15 minutes in English language qualify students for graduation from the course and lead to course certificate and 4 ECTS points, recognized by the Faculty of Law in Zagreb. Participants are also encouraged to take an active part in discussions following the lectures and in the afternoons. The Course is accredited under the name: EU Substantive Criminal Law and Protection of Victims

There is no course fee. All participants (including students enrolled at the Zagreb Faculty of Law) are required to pay a 50 EUR fee directly to IUC upon arrival. The online application is open until April, 10, 2017.

For further questions and discussions please visit our Facebook page: ″EU Substantive Criminal Law and Protection of Victims” or contact student teaching assistants: Stjepan Šikoronja (ssikoron@gmail.com), Domagoj Grurević (grgurevicdomagoj@gmail.com)

 

 

 

Maja Munivrana

Follow-up International Conference: Terrorism as a Threat and Legal Challenge, Course: EU Substantive criminal law and the protection of vicitms (4 ECTS points), 1-5.5.2017. 

Organizers: Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg (Germany) and Department of Criminal law, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb

Date: 1.-5.5.2017

 

Course directors:

 

Dr.sc. Ksenija Turkovic, a judge of the European Court of Human Rights 

Prof.dr.sc. Vesna Nikolic-Ristanovic,  full professor at Belgrade University (Serbia), director, Soicety of Victimology, Serbia

Dr.sc. Marc Engelhart,  the head of section for business and economic criminal law at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg (Germany)

Doc.dr.sc.Maja Munivrana Vajda, Department of criminal law, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb

Doc.dr.sc. Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička, Department of criminal law, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb

 

 

Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička

Establishing a Global Knowledge Network:
ISIS as a Threat and Legal Challenge and the Prevention of Recruitment

International Spring Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 25-29 April 2016

PROGRAM

 

Sunday, April 24

Arrival of participants

 

Monday, April 25: The ISIS Recruitment Process

Time

Topic - Speaker

9.00 – 9.30

Welcome and Introduction by course directors

9.30 – 10.15 

Young, desperate and Muslim - Who are the recruits?

Professor Rik Coolsaet (Ghent University, Belgium)

10.15 – 10.30

Q & A

10:30 – 10.45

Coffee break

10.45 – 11.30

ISIS recruitment strategies and females as special targets

Mrs Shereen Aziz Williams (Regional Community Cohesion Coordinator, Newport, Wales, UK)

11.30 – 11.45

Q & A

11.45 – 12.30

International Legal Framework and Fight Against Terrorism

Professor Davor Derenčinović (University of Zagreb)

12.30 – 12.45

Q & A

13.00 – 14.30

Reception (IUC)

Lunch break

14.30 – 16.00

Participant Presentations:

Professor Aaron Hermann, Australia's migration policies and counter terrorism challenges

dr. sc. Svetlana Paramonova, Social Reintegration of the Former ISIS-Fighters. Russian Experience

Student presentations:

Enna Lujinović and Marta Visocka: How young girls from EU decide to join ISIS

Nora Soliman: The position of women in ISIS

16.15 – 18.00

Dubrovnik Sightseeing

 

Tuesday, April 26: Legal answers to the recruitment by ISIS

Time

Topic - Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

The legal situation in the Germany

Professor Bettina Weißer (University of Münster, Germany)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45 

 

The legal situation in the United Kingdom

Dr. David Lowe (Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.00

Student presentations:

Andre von Horn: The legal response of France to the attacks in Paris

Janko Havaš: Janko Havaš: Dublin Regulation in light of Refugee Crisis

Kristýna Hořanská:  ISIS in the Czech Republic and the Czech Republic Security Strateg

12.00 – 13.45

Lunch break

14.00 – 14.45

U.S. efforts to counter violent extremism and the flow of foreign fighters to Syria and Iraq

Maggie Nardi (Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy in Zagreb)

14.45 – 15.00

Q & A

15.30 – 18.00

Participant Presentations:

Edo Sujoldžić: The experience of Bosnia and Herzegovina in countering terrorism and the work of the OSCE Mission in B&H

Student presentations:

Josip Salamunović: The Phenomenology of ISIS - Battlefront Europe - Development of ISIS movement, individual terrorist modus operandi and EU perspectives of response

Amy Richards: The recruiting of young people to ISIS: Physicians going to ISIS

Evangleine Prichard: What makes ISIS a particulary dangerous group to Western Europe and it's allies

Pierre Henri: The drugs and ISIS

Michaela Frydrychová: ‘ISIS' cyber activities and their impact

 

 

Wednesday, April 27: ISIS in Action – Europe financing ISIS?

Time

Topic - Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

Establishing ICC jurisdiction over ISIS - theoretical and practical challenges

Ass.Prof. Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička/Ass.Prof. Maja Munivrana Vajda (University of Zagreb)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45 

Funding conflict through cultural heritage – ISIS and illicit trafficking in cultural property

Peter B. Campbell (University of Southampton, UK)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.00

ISIS and Caucasus Region

Dr. Eliko Ciklauri-Lammich (Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany)

12.00 – 12.15

Q & A

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch break

14.45 – 16.15

Participant Presentations:

Ass.Prof. Marin Bonačić: A special tribunal – a viable solution to crimes committed by ISIS?

Sonja Borić:The subject of International Humanitarian Law in the context of the 'War on terror'

Student presentation: 

Domagoj Dananić: Protecting cultural heritage in ISIS areas

Sara Opačić: Child soldiers in ISIS

16.15 – 16.30

Coffee break

16.30 – 18.00

Student Presentations:

Maša Berić:Islamic State and the idea of statehood

Mitchell Verbunt: ISIS and Netherlands

Lucija Dozan: Usage of social networks and modern technologies in ISIS propaganda

Suzana Poljak: Punishing Public Incitement to Terrorism

Vladimira Levova: Re-integrating as a not-military mean against ISIS

Katja Butković: Economic consequences to the tourism caused by terrorism

 

Thursday, April 28: ISIS Members coming back – A challenge for justice systems

Time

Topic - Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

Punishment, Surveillance or Reintegration?

Professor Nora V. Demleitner (Washington and Lee University, USA)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45 

Together against ISIS – police and justice cooperation in Europe

Dr. Christophe Paulussen (T.M.C. Asser Instituut, Netherlands)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.00

Participant presentation:
Lidija Horvat: Right to liberty of the persons accused for the terrorism

Student presentation:

Jana Brezovičova: Legal Regulation of Terrorism on the EU Level

12.00 – 12.15

Q & A

12.30 – 14.30

Lunch break

14.45 – 15.30

Fighting ISIS with measures against Organized Crime?

Professor Katalin Ligeti (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

15.30 – 15.45

Q & A

15.45 – 18.30

Participant Presentations:

Maja Serafin: UN-Regulations on Asset Freezing as a Countermeasure against Financing of ISIS

Anna Mosna: Laundering mechanisms in illicit trafficking of cultural goods: is a new legal framework needed

Student presentation:

Mia Šaka: Refugees point of view: How ISIS changed millions of lives

Lucija Ljubaj and Lucija Jurli: ISIS's destruction of cultural heritage and illegal tradein antiquities

Friday, April 29: Future Perspectives

Time

Topic - Speaker

9.00 – 9:45

The ICC as a Means for Fighting Terrorism?

Professor John Vervaele (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

9.45 – 10.00

Q & A

10.00 – 10.45 

Terrorism and the European Convention on Human Rights

Professor Ksenija Turković (European Court of Human Rights, France)

10.45 – 11.00

Q & A

11:00 – 11.15

Coffee break

11.15 – 12.30

The Post-conflict Situation in Syria

Professor Cenap Cakmak, (Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey)

12.30 – 12.45

Q & A

12.45 – 13.15

The Future of Fighting Extremism in Europe

Dr. Marc Engelhart (Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany)

13.15 – 13.45

Closing Discussion

Moderators: Ass.Prof. Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička/Dr. Marc Engelhart

13.45 – 15.00

Closing Ceremony: Diplomas; Best student presentations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, April 30:

Departure of participant

Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička

International Conference

"Establishing a Global Knowledge Network:

ISIS as a Threat and Legal Challenge and the Prevention of Recruitment

April 25-29, 2016 – Dubrovnik, Croatia

 

 

The Department of Faculty of Law University of Zagreb together with the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (Freiburg, Germany), is pleased to invite participants, including students, to apply for the International Conference “Establishing a Global Knowledge Network: ISIS as a Threat and Legal Challenge and the Prevention of Recruitment.” The Conference will take place during the International Spring Course EU Substantive Criminal Law and the Protection of Victims, accredited with the 4 ECTS by the Faculty of Law.

 

REGISTRATION:

For Registration and further information on the Conference please contact Executive Organizers of the Conference: Ass.Prof. Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička:  suncana.roksandic@pravo.hr or Dr.Marc Engelhart: m.engelhart@mpicc.de 

For students registration please contact Janko Havaš, e-mail: janko.havas21@gmail.com or Domagoj Dananić, dananic.domagoj@gmail.com  

Every participant is obliged to pay 40 eur fee to the InterUniversityCenter. 

 

The Deadline for Registration is April, 10th, 2016.

 

For detailed program description please see: https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/KP/dubrovnik_spring_course_eu_substantive_criminal_law_and_the_protection_of_victims/programme_of_the_course

 

The Background and Reasoning for the Organization of Conference   

 

Overview

The terrorist organisation Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has not only been active in the Middle East since the end of the 1990s but also been a constant threat to the security in Europe for several years and lately also in the United States. The terrorist attacks in Paris and in California this year show the dangerousness of the group and especially of their anti-western propaganda. The organisation and their struggle to establish an Islamic state with its center located in Iraq attracts many people especially in Europe to join their fight in the Middle East as foreign fighters. Also, other citizens undergo training in terror camps in order to be prepared for attacks after their return home or just radicalize and attack Western societies in the homeland due to propaganda by ISIS. Western legal systems struggle to deal with the threat caused by the activities of ISIS. Especially the questions how to prevent citizens to become foreign fighters or how to deal with homecoming fighters is a legal challenge as neither criminal law nor other measures as police law provide clear and easy applicable solutions.

The answers of legal systems to the threat of terrorism by ISIS are complex and have only been partly addressed in research as they are related to often separately handled discussions in criminal law, police law and intelligence law. The Conference provides a holistic approach on the matter as it combines an empirical and legal view on specific phenomena of the activities of ISIS. It will therefore contribute in finding areas for improvement and suitable answers in the national justice systems.

Therefore, The Conference brings together European and American experts in order to analyze the specific nature of the ISIS recruitment process and the different international and national legal answers to recruitments and homecoming fighters. The program will identify working solutions and existing deficiencies in the legal system in approaching terrorism. In addition, strategies for ongoing cooperation in countering and preventing violent extremism and building post-conflict justice in Syria will be discussed.

 

The papers presented at the conference will be published in a separate publication (publishing house Duncker & Humblot (Berlin)).

 

Conference Topics

ISIS causes one of the main terrorist threats for Western societies and is responsible for several attacks with casualties in recent years, increasingly within Europe and since December 2015 in the USA. Several legal system have adjusted their legislation by broadening criminal offences, strengthening police and intelligence measures. The situation represents an additional challenge for border countries of the EU, like Croatia, with its south/south-eastern neighbours. With the terrorist attacks in November 2015 in Paris the quality of the attacks has changed insofar as the general population and not only specific persons or institutions have become the main target of the organisation. This development shows the ongoing need to review existing (and maybe insufficient) legal mechanism critically and to search for adequate and better solutions. The American legal system, especially its legal responses to the attacks of 9/11 and subsequent research, offers an invaluable comparative view for further developments in Europe. In addition, an effective solution to the threat by ISIS can only be reached if Western societies coordinate their efforts wherefore the American-European cooperation is of upmost importance. The course shall especially strengthen the cooperation between Croatian and American experts.

The conference brings together expert speakers from academia and from legal practice in order to enable a discussion on the central practical aspects from a theoretical point of view.

The Conference takes up central questions the actions of ISIS cause for Western legal systems. As ISIS attracts people by claiming to lead a religious war and insofar promises to provide a just Muslim State, an analysis of the recruitment process forms the first part of the conference. By the extensive use of modern technology many especially young and vulnerable people in social networks can be reached, convinced and in the end be radicalized for the goals of ISIS. As the radicalization process has not been analyzed sufficiently the program addresses the mechanism used to recruit and sheds a light on the recruiters (also with special emphasis on women recruiters) and the recruited from an empirical viewpoint.

The aspect in how far ISIS not only attracts personnel in Western societies but is also financed with Western money (by selling oil, arts and laundering money) forms a separate part of the event. The problem of how different legal systems deal with people recruiting and being recruited, especially with the plan to become foreign fighters, is the third element of the program. The fourth part analyses how the legal systems react to ISIS members coming back to their home countries. An emphasis is on police and intelligence surveillance measures and the cooperation between the affected states. The last part of the conference addresses future perspectives on prevention strategies and means for fighting extremism/terrorism in Europe and the United States.

 

Follow-up

 

As to the follow-up activities, the insights and the results of the presentations shall be made available to a wider public. The course speakers will be asked to contribute to a book publication on the topic of their presentation. In addition to the publication, specific aspects of the problems dealing with ISIS shall be deepened in additional workshops held at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. A first workshop is planned for the end of 2016.

 

For the accomodation, please check the following web page: http://www.iuc.hr/dormitory.php or for more information contact Danijela Štrman at: danijela.strman@gulliver.hr 

Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička

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            ″EU SUBSTANTIVE CRIMINAL LAW  &  PROTECTION  OF  VICTIMS″              

 

The course will be held in Dubrovnik from 22 – 26 April 2014.

The main objective of this course is to transfer advanced knowledge and understanding of the EU Substantive Criminal Law and Protection of Victims. The course lecturers will be addressing the topics of the EU substantive criminal law, data protection and EU procedure, the approximation of laws and regulations of the Member States in the areas of trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of women and children, terrorism, illicit, drug trafficking, protection of financial interests of the EU, money laundering, corruption and organized crime and protection of victims in general within the EU.

 

The course is open to interested participants from academia, foremost graduate and postgraduate law students, but also to students of political sciences, social work studies, education and rehabilitation, police academy, etc., as well as practitioners from government institutions and members of the NGO sector.

 

While the morning classes will be given by course lecturers, renowned experts in the field, afternoons will be devoted to short presentations by the students on a topic of their own choice, related to any of the themes covered by this course. Presentations of about 10-15 minutes in English language qualify students for graduation from the course and lead to course certificate and 4 ECTS points, recognized by the Faculty of Law in Zagreb. Participants are also encouraged to take an active part in discussions following the lectures and in the afternoons.

 

The course fee of 100 EUR includes enrolment, student materials, participation in the lectures and extra activities (students of Zagreb University, including Erasmus students, are exempted from this registration fee). The course fee is to be paid in advance by bank transfer (all the information will be provided with the letter of acceptance). In addition, all participants (including students enrolled at the Zagreb Faculty of Law) are required to pay a 40 EUR fee directly to IUC upon arrival. The online application is open until the end of March 2014.

For further questions and discussions please visit our Facebook page: ″EU Substantive Criminal Law and Protection of Victims” or contact course directors Maja Munivrana Vajda (maja.munivrana@pravo.hr) or Sunčana Roksandić Vidilička (suncana.roksandic@pravo.hr).

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Dubrovnik!

Ivan Vajdička

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