The EDOLAD (European Joint Doctorate in Law and Development) consortium is organising its first summer school at North-West University (NWU), South Africa, in the week 3-8 March 2019.
The programme is a combination of skills training and keynotes, panels and roundtables on pressing issues in the field of Law and Development. The skills training focuses on fieldwork and communication, and there are writing workshops with senior scholars. The summer school is designed for doctoral researchers and early career academics, and aims to bring together scholars, activists and government actors.
There is no fee for the summer school but participants need to fund their own travel and accommodation. We have six scholarships of up to €1000 each for doctoral researchers registered at African higher education institutions. The deadline for scholarship applications is 31st January. For more information about the school, please contact the EDOLAD programme director, Prof. Morag Goodwin (m.e.a.goodwin [at] uvt.nl).