Youth Workshop Seeking Justice: From Nuremberg to The Hague
September 19 - September 22
How to best serve justice when crimes are committed by those in power and national justice systems do not deliver? For four days, young people from across the world come together in The Netherlands, to find out during the workshop “Seeking Justice: From Nuremberg to the Hague”.
In 2023, EuroClio will again collaborate with Barry van Driel and Carolyn McNanie to organise a four-day youth workshop and seminar in The Hague. The next workshop will take place from 19-22 September 2023.
Programme at a glance
The programme includes active methods such as research, discussion, group work, presentations, debates, simulations, onsite learning, and interactions with experts and eyewitnesses or victims. It culminates with a visit to the International Criminal Court (ICC) and attendance at a current international criminal trial.
The participants are challenged to identify examples of past injustices and critically assess how these were dealt or not dealt with. They will learn about various aspects of international justice, especially related to genocide and crimes against humanity, and the formal institutes that were established directly after the Second World War as well as into the 21st century.
The workshop is intended for higher secondary school at least 16 years of age (required to attend the programme at the ICC). Participants should apply in a group of 3 – 10 participants per high school. All participants must have a good knowledge of English. Participants do not need to have any prior knowledge to participate in this programme.
How to apply
The registration is a 2-step process, Form 1 expressing interest first and then Form 2 registration with payment. Included below is Form 1. Please fill it out and return it to Carolyn McNanie, email@example.com who will get back to you.
Barry van Driel – Barry van Driel is President of the International Association of Intercultural Education (IAIE) and the Senior Editor in Chief of Intercultural Education. He has extensive experience as a consultant in the field of intercultural and inclusive education, and has been involved in various working groups in Europe on education policies, as well as in international projects on curriculum development and teacher training.
Carolyn McNanie – Carolyn McNanie is an International Baccalaureate Examiner in History and most recently was an IB History teacher at the Rotterdam International Secondary School. She is experienced in Model United Nations school projects and running conferences.
Costs for participation are 300€ per student.
This includes study materials, lunch, snacks, and beverages.
Travel and accommodation costs are not included.
EuroClio is equally organising a Teacher Workshop that is taking place in October and November 2023. Find more information here.
- September 19
- September 22
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