During Term III in Italy ERMA students participated to the Europeanization and LGBT Activism in the Post-Yugoslav Space at the premises of the University Residential Center of Bertinoro.
In the framework of the Term III period in Italy, ERMA students took part in a field trip and spent a day through the historical premises of Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, est. AD 1088.
After very intensive 12 months of studies, field research, internship and thesis writing, we can congratulate with the new Erma graduates and wish them a bright and fortunate future.
On 13th February 2014, after having been introduced to the concept of State sovereignty and the origins of the concept of self-determination and its political interpretation during the 20th century, students engaged in a fruitful discussion based on the three main historical legal documents: the Opinions of the Badinter Arbitration Commission on Yugoslavia, the Reference […]
On 28th February 2014, students took part to the study visits to the Al Jazeera Balkans headquarters in Sarajevo. Together with their Tutors, the students visited the studios and received a speech by Melina Kamerić, PR officer at Al Jazeera Balkans. Later CIS was honored to host the guest lecture of Goran Milić who addressed […]
Students of ERMA visited the EU Delegation/EUSR in Sarajevo on 31st January 2014.The students benefited from speeches by the Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Dr. Renzo Daviddi, the EUSR Adviser on Rule of Law coordination Julien Berthoud and the legal expert on the public law, constitutional reform and HR protection, Branka Bajić. […]
On 18th March 2014 ERMA students and tutors visited the Srebrenica-Potočari Memorial and Cemetery to Genocide Victims. After a guided tour given by one of the curators and survivor of the genocide, the students also paid a visit the Memorial Room where assisted to the screening of a documentary in the Factory. Finally, the group […]
On Monday 20th January 2014 within the premises of CIS, the ERMA staff and students had the pleasure to receive the visit of professors and students from CCSDD Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development, a research partnership between the Faculty of Law of the University of Bologna and the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies in […]