Franco-Quebec Summer School: Environmental and societal governance of the company. European approach
Summer School on the Practice of International Human Rights Law-in Provence
The Faculty of Law and Political Science of Aix Marseille University offers you the opportunity to attend a one-week summer school on the theme of "Corporate Environmental and Social Governance. European approach", for French and Quebec students, doctoral students and law professionals.
This program is part of a partnership with the Université de Montréal (UdeM).
The summer school welcomes students, doctoral students and professionals
The stay is intended for about thirty students, including twenty Quebec students from the University of Montreal who participate in this exchange.
This intensive training program on environmental and societal governance of companies in its European approach is intended for undergraduate and graduate students, doctoral students, legal professionals, lawyers and members of NGOs.
This university program with an international dimension is particularly well suited to an introduction to, as well as an improvement in, the practice of CSR.
Throughout the course, participants will learn to master the tools of corporate social responsibility in a concrete way, to support the company in the development of a CSR strategy, to understand the legal basis for managing CSR risks, to identify the methods of financing CSR strategies, to dialogue with stakeholders and to manage conflicts.
Visits to the economic and cultural partners of the CSR & SD Chair will be organized, punctuated by convivial moments with the host team.
This intensive human rights practice training programme is designed for postgraduate students, doctoral candidates, legal professionals, lawyers and members of NGOs. It is particularly suited to both introductory and advanced human rights practice.
This training in the practice of human rights, with an international dimension, is based on lessons, workshops, role-playing and case studies. Throughout the course, participants learn to master the tools of international human rights law in a concrete way: to bring cases before the European Court, inter-American and African human rights bodies; to organize a campaign to denounce human rights violations; to plead before an international judge; to investigate human rights violations; to protect victims in emergency situations; to organize a field investigation; to set up a project to promote or defend human rights.
The teaching method, inspired by clinical pedagogy, is interactive, critical and pluralistic.
Organized by the Doctoral Clinic of International Human Rights Law of the Faculty of Law of Aix-en-Provence of the AMU (France), the training is provided by professors, judges, international experts, lawyers and agents of international organizations in the form of lessons, practical workshops, and role playing. The teaching method is interactive, dynamic and pluralistic.
Professional meetings are organized in the form of lunches with the speakers, on the sidelines of the training, to accompany the participants in the realization of their professional projects, whether it is a doctorate, an NGO project, a denunciation campaign, or a research project.