The registration fee is €450. The registration fee includes all conference materials, all lunches and refreshments, a social activity and a closing dinner. The registration fee also includes a complimentary copy of Professor William Schabas' book 'An Introduction to the International Criminal Court'.
The closing date for registrations is 10 June 2016.
Conditions of Registration
Delegates are expected to insure themselves against theft, loss, accidents and damage or medical expenses that may arise. The organizing committee does not accept responsibility for any of the above.
All payments must be done by Visa or MasterCard credit card.
Provided a written cancellation is received before 10 June 2016, the full payment minus 20% for bank charges and handling will be refunded. No refunds will be given after that date. The cancellation policy applies to all reservations made. No telephone cancellations will be accepted. Submit cancellation in writing to the Conference secretariat.
Applications for scholarships are now closed.
VISAS for non EU citizens
For non-EU citizens: it is the responsibility of the participant to find out how long it takes to obtain a Visa. Citizens of certain countries require a visa to enter into the Republic of Ireland. Please refer to the Visa Section of the Irish Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform for further details:
Participants requiring a visa should ensure they allow sufficient time to complete the visa application process prior to the commencement of the International Criminal Court Summer School.
* We will be happy to offer a Letter of Invitation, should you need one for visa processing. Please note that we are unable to send such letters via DHL or other express mail services, due to high cost. A scanned pdf will be emailed to each participant, and a hard copy mailed via Irish Post.
If participants have registered and are denied a visa, the Irish Centre for Human Rights will provide a refund (see refund information above).
Wi-Fi is available on the NUI Galway campus. Delegates will be given access codes to access the Wi-Fi on campus, in their registration pack on the first day of the summer school.
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