DAAD-Alumni Summer School "Legal and Economic Challenges for Sustainable Food Security in the 21st Century"
12 September 2016 - IAMO will hold a Summer School on "Legal and Economic Challenges for Sustainable Food Security in the 21st Century" from 12 to 16 September 2016 under the direction of the Faculty of Law and Economics of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU).
International alumni of both institutions are invited to participate in the DAAD-funded summer school. During the summer school the participants will have an introductory day and then deal each day with a different aspect of food security: agronomic issues, business law aspects, and human rights issues. The last day is reserved for the exchange of experiences with representatives from the practice, for example, individuals working for NGOs and in development cooperation. Advantages and disadvantages of individual models, based on case studies, are to be discussed. The summer school is coordinated by Christian Tietje, executive director of the Institute of Business Law at the MLU.
Interested alumni can participate at the call for papers in order to present their contribution as part of the summer school. Please find the registration form here.
+++ 1 July 2016: Interested alumni, especially foreign researchers/professionals who have stayed in Germany for at least three months before, can still send their application. Please get in touch with Romy Klimke from the Faculty of Law and Economics at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg (romy.klimke(at)jura.uni-halle.de | Tel.: +49 345 55-23149/-23152). Travel and accommodation cost for invited persons are covered by the program. +++
DAAD-Summer School for International Alumni
Legal and Economic Challenges for Sustainable Food Security in the 21st Century
12 – 16 September 2016
Halle (Saale), Germany