Study Plan

Academic year 2017/2018

1ST SEMESTER

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

09:45 - 11:15

 

Anthropology and Intercultural Aspects of Humanitarian Action
Dr Mateusz Laszczkowski 
3.6, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

 

11:30 - 13:00

Legal Dimensions of Humanitarian Action
prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Myszona-Kostrzewa
3.4, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

World Politics and Humanitarian Action
Prof. Roman Kuźniar
2.3, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

 

13:15 -14:45

Management in Humanitarian Action
Dr. Dawid Sześciło
3.4, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

 

Legal Dimensions of Humanitarian Action
Dr Elżbieta Mikos-Skuza
3.6, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

15:00 -16:30

 

 

War Crimes, Genocide and Human Rights
prof. William Austin
A2,Lipowa 4 (CI II)

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2nd SEMESTER (TBC)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

08:00 - 09:30

 

 

 
09:45 - 11:15

Reconciliation in 
a post-conflict society

Dr Patrycja Grzebyk
room 3.6, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Transformation of war –
characteristics of 
contemporary armed conflicts
Dr Marek Madej
room 3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Prevention of 
human rights atrocities
Dr Agnieszka Bieńczyk-Missala
room 2.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

11:30 -13:00

 

Contemporary peace
and stability operations
Dr Marek Madej
room 3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Establishment of a humanitarian
organisation - administrative issues
Dr Zuzanna Kulińska
room 08, Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 47 (CI IV) 

classes: 28.02,7.03,14.03,21.03,28.03, 4.04, 11.04

exam: 25.04

13:15 -14:45

Labour Law in humanitarian action
Dr Piotr Grzebyk
room 3.3, Lipowa 4 (CI II) 

 

Methodology and methods in
humanitarian studies
Prof. Tomasz Stawecki
room 3.6, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

15:00 - 16:30

Protection of civilians in armed conflicts
Dr Elżbieta Mikos-Skuza
room 3.12, Oboźna 6 (CI III)

 


 CI I/II/III/IV= Collegium Iuridicum I/II/II/IV  (CAMPUS MAP).

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ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/2018

3rd SEMESTER

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

08:00 - 09:30

 

 Political changes in Central and Eastern
Europe since 1989 from the perspective 
of public international law
dr hab. Aleksander Gubrynowicz
3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Simulations exercise 
Forensic Identification in Humanitarian Action
mgr Kacper Choromański, mgr Daniel Mańkowski
3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II), every two weeks

11.10,25.10, 22.11, 06.12, 20.12

09:45 - 11:15

Conflicts and crises in Eastern Europe
Dr Alicja Curanović
3.6, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Economy and foreign policy of 
Eastern European countries
Prof. Andrzej Szeptycki
3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Simulations exercise 
Forensic Identification in Humanitarian Action
mgr Kacper Choromański, mgr Daniel Mańkowski
3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II), every two weeks

11.10,25.10, 22.11, 06.12, 20.12

11:30 - 13:00

EU Eastern Policy
Dr Alicja Curanović
3.6, Lipowa 4 (CI II)

 

Simulations exercise 
Forensic Identification in Humanitarian Action
mgr Kacper Choromański, mgr Daniel Mańkowski
3.8, Lipowa 4 (CI II), every two weeks

11.10,25.10, 22.11, 06.12, 20.12

13:15 - 14:45

 

   

15:00 - 16:30


Establishment of a humanitarian organisation
- administrative issues
Dr Zuzanna Kulińska-Kępa
3.6,Lipowa 4 (CI II)
every two weeks
9.10; 23.10; 30.10; 6.11; 27.11; 4.12; 11.12

 

War Crimes, Genocide and Human Rights

Guest Lecture

A2,Lipowa 4 (CI II)

Details on Research Design module will be given soon.

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