The student group is composed out of students from Lund University, Stockholm University and Uppsala University. In June 2014 it was decided to open the Group again and for the fall each of the Three universities will have a ICJ student section. The responsibilities of the student group include assisting in organizing and setting up discussions that ICJ-Sweden arranges a few times a year as well as interesting events for the students within the topics of ICJ. All new members and ideas are welcome!
Responsible for this group is law student Rahima Ortac who is also a member of the board.
Resposible for ICJ-S student section Lund University:
Resposible for ICJ-S student section Stockholm University:
Resposible for ICJ-S student section Uppsala University:
For further information, please contact the office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently there are three working groups active within ICJ-Sweden. One is the “Information, transparency and security group”, “Detention group” and “Migration group”
The group’s purpose is to initiate discussion and increase awareness of issues of law on freedom of information, surveillance, terrorism and openness.
Responsible for this group jur. kand. Naiti part Sante and lawyer Thomas Olsson. Contact the office for more information: email@example.com
The group’s purpose is to review the Swedish Institute arrest. The summer of 2013 was a judicial inquiry submitted as the basis for the group’s future work, which includes debate article and seminar series.
Responsible for the rights group’s lawyer, Thomas Olsson and jur.kand Angelica Rigborn
The group’s purpose is initiate discussion and increase the awareness of issues of law on migration both nationally as well as internationally. They do so by arranging seminars within related questions, coordinating courses on a variety of topics in order to teach lawyers and other people working with these question and thus spread the knowledge.
Responsible for this group are the lawyers Ignacio Vita, Per Stadig and Peter Varga.
You are warmly welcome to join these groups. Ideas to form new working groups are also welcome! Contact the office for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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