The ETJN runs an annual summer school which in 2013 was in its second year.
Teaching on the Summer School programme is provided by leading international experts in transitional justice (practitioners and academics) and in the different themes covered. The ETJN Summer School is designed for professionals in non-governmental organisations, national and international governmental organisations, policy-makers, academics and students. Participants in the Summer School are given ample opportunity to engage in collaborative analysis.
The School provides a unique learning experience, and is held on campus at Essex University on either a residential or day basis.
Dealing with Land Issues in Transitions
The second ETJN Summer School took place at the University of Essex in September 2013 and covered Economic and Social Dimensions of Transitional Justice, with a special focus on land related issues.
For more information on this year's school, please click here.
Understanding the Economic and Social Dimensions of Transitional Justice
The Essex Transitional Justice Network held the first Transitional Justice Summer School, 'Understanding the Economoic and Social Dimensions of Transitional Justice' in September 2012, which took place at the University of Essex.
For more details about the summer school, including photos and feedback from attendees, please click here.