The enrolment fee for 2016 Venice School of Human Rights is 1100,00 € and it will include:
- tuition fee
- lunches on class days
- accommodation with breakfast included in a shared double-room for 9 nights (23 June - 2 July 2016) in Venice at the Crociferi residence (Crociferi)
- free shuttle to/from EIUC site on class days at the starting and ending of lectures
We dispose of a limited number of single rooms available on a first-come first-served basis on the Giudecca Island (Redentore). Although a higher fee is not requested for this option we wish to underline that those participants wishing to reserve one of these rooms will not benefit from the free shuttle and will have to organise transportation to and from EIUC site autonomously. Please check here prices for public transportation (actv). Breakfast will also not be included.
the 10% discount policy applies to the following categories:
- Early birds booking and paying by 15 April 2016
- Previous participants to EIUC training courses
- E.MA alumni
Please note that EIUC does not offer scholarship at this point in time
- Cancellations between 15 April 2016 and 22 May 2016 will be charged 50% of the total fee.
- Cancellations after 22 May 2016 will be charged 100% of the total fee.
- EIUC is not responsible for any extra expenses (i.e. travel costs, Visa, etc.) incurred by the participant if a training course is cancelled.
- If a training class is cancelled due to any unforeseen circumstances such as weather or natural disaster, the participant is entitled to reschedule for a future session of the training course.
- EIUC reserves the right to cancel any training course due to insufficient number of applications up to the deadline for enrollment. Notice will be provided with the option to reschedule for a future session of the training course or to receive a full refund of registration fees.
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- Programme Business & Human Rights
- Programme Technical Progress and Human Rights
- Programme Violence against Women as Gender Based Violence. From ‘CEDAW’ To Istanbul And Beyond
- Programme FRAME Panel
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