Information for Lecturers

Dear speaker, 

In order to advertise the Human Rights week, we are planning to publish a quick presentation on the speakers’ topic on the website and also design a poster for each speaker. 

Please let us know if you agree. 

We provide you with the following form to keep your expense to a minimum and to develop similarly structured presentations on each speaker. 

Please make sure to fill in the form “Content information” and if it is alright with you, upload a photo of you in the provided box. 

Please make sure to hand in both before the end of the official deadline. 

If we left you with any questions, you can contact us via the following email address: (koordination.fas[at]fhws.de)

The organization team is looking forward to receiving your entries. 

Kind regards, 

Professors Theresia Wintergerst, Oliver Bertsche and Ralph-Christin Amthor

Form “Content Information”

Fields marked with * are mandatory fields. A photo can be submitted optionally.

1.2. Brief description of personal career*

Requirements:
• Description of personal career
• Career stages
• Professional focus/ field of study in relation to lecture
• Length: max 6 lines
• Font/size: Calibri/12

Example:
Dr First Name Last Name (*1969, Hamburg) works as managing director at the Federation of Social Defense, as research assistant for the Institute for Peace Work and Nonviolent Conflict Transformation and as editor of the Network of German Peace Movement. She has published several scientific papers on peaceful conflict management and different conflict regions.

2.1. Title of lecture*

Requirements: • Conclusive to experts and students • Sententiously • Length: max. 12 words

2.2. Brief information on the lecture*

Requirements:
• brief summary of the content
• if applicable background information
• if applicable reference to panel (e.g. for workshops)
• Length: max. 6 lines
• Font/size: Calibri/12

Example: How can we protect humans from war and violence? “The only solution is the military” is something we hear quite often. But is there a chance to end conflicts peaceful? One alternative is the Civil Peacekeeping – the protection of civilians in form of unarmed observers, which are most commonly deployed in rural areas.