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International Student Week in Belgrade – ISWiB 2014

International-Student-Week-in-Belgrade-ISWiBThe 8th International Student Week in Belgrade (ISWiB) will be held from July 13th to 20th 2014, under the theme “Synergy for Change”

With more than 150 participants from all over the world, the festival represents one of the largest student conferences in Southeastern Europe.

This year, students can participate in one of 9 different workshops. Each workshop will analyze one crucial global problem, present not only in a specific country, but in every part of the world. This year, the mission is to increase awareness of those problems and, by actively participating in the workshops, offer possible solutions for solving.

You can participate in one of the workshops (please, have in mind that in the application form you will be asked to select top 3 workshops you would like to participate in):

  • Big City Trouble                           →Problem: Urban (City) Problems
  • I Can Do IT                                  →Problem: Youth Unemployment
  • CSI: Case Study Investigation    →Problem: Corporate & Business Issues
  • REdesigning Humanity               →Problem: Children without parental care
  • Creative Lobbying                       →Problem: Anticorruption
  • Sex (in)tolerance                        →Problem: Sex & Gender Issues
  • Play Against the Hate                 →Problem: Hate Speech VS Free Speech
  • Capture the Smile                      →Problem: Vulnerable Groups
  • Bio-Hacking                               →Problem: Organic Food, GMO, Guerilla Gardening

 

Official language of the festival: English.

Deadline for applications is April 1st 2014 23:59 GMT.

Read more and submit your application here.

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