Human Rights Day is coming! On that occasion, to mark the importance of respecting Human Rights the International Balkan University organizes a round table on the topic “The challenges of Human Rights in the Midst of Pandemics”.
As the world was hammered by pandemic COVID-19 early this year, so were the basic human rights. In a short space of time, a set of measures and restrictions were adopted by authorities in the name of defending public health. These measures and restrictions intersect directly and violate or restrict some basic human rights such as the freedom of movement, the right to manifest religion, the right to leave the country and to return, and other human rights. Now that we face the second wave of pandemics and as a result, new measures and restrictions are likely to be taken, a fair amount of questions arises. The questions vary widely, from whether are such measures and restrictions are needed and to what extent should they expand.
So as a repercussion of a such situation, this year`s topic on honoring Human Rights Day will be: “The challenges of Human Rights in the Midst of Pandemics”.
All students are encouraged to participate in this academic discussion with their own ideas as a solution to this significant issue. Students will have the opportunity to illustrate their ideas by pinpointing the challenges that Human Rights are facing during the pandemic and to provide a legal formula on the defense of Human Rights throughout this tough challenge.
Where to apply
Submit your participation to Asst. Betim Ameti on email@example.com
- Deadline for project submission 8th of December, 2020
- Public presentations of the projects and the awards ceremony will be on Human Rights Day Ceremony on 10th of December 2020
The rules of application
- You must be a student at one of the IBU Faculties
- Ability fluently to express your ideas on English
- You must participate in the Human Rights Day Ceremony at IBU- online zoom platform on 10th December 2020
What items should be included in the content material
- Explanation of the problem. What motivates you to propose a solution to the problem?
- Describe a possible solution that could address or solve the problem
- Explain how you implemented legal science to make a change
- Demonstrate how your view can influence and motivate others to become conscious and raise the voice for protecting human rights values in the midst of pandemics
Reasons to apply
1. Out of standards, entertaining way to show your innovative ideas
2. Improve your oratory skills
3. Develop your writing and problem-solving skills
4. Learning beyond the classroom walls
5. This contest might help you to choose your future profession
6. Certificate for awards