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Friday, December 08, 2006

Master in International Studies, HEI, Geneva, Switzerland

The Department of International History and Politics (HPI) Graduate Institute of International Studies (HEI), Geneva invites application to its 2-year Master in International Studies (MIS) commencing September 2007

The Department of International History and Politics specializes in teaching and researching the
haistorical, political, social, cultural, and ideational dimensions of contemporary global structures and relationships. Besides a reputed faculty with varied interests, the section welcomes each year a distinguished array of visiting professors from around the world. Most of the classes are in the form of small participative seminars with 15-20 students and marked by a collegial atmosphere of debate and discussion. HEI is a bilingual institute in English and French. MIS students are expected to have certified competence in one language and passive knowledge of the other.

MIS courses emphasize the role and relevance of historical knowledge for interpreting contemporary issues and developments. Pluridisciplinarity is a well-established part of the HEI’s academic tradition, and MIS students in International History and Politics may opt to pursue courses in one or more of the following complementary disciplines: international law, political science and international economics. By the end of the two-year programme, we anticipate MIS students would have acquired the tools, competences and awareness allowing them to engage in academic research or in professional careers in international organizations, governments, media, multinational businesses, NGOs, etc.

MIS students may also have the chance to participate in exchange programmes with partner Universities worldwide.

Admission to the programme is open by rigorous selection to promising students having bachelor degrees/majors from recognized institutions worldwide, in History, Politics (including political science), International Relations, and other related humanities and social science disciplines. Candidates with some experience of independent research are particularly encouraged to apply. International students are strongly encouraged to apply. Scholarships may be available to meritorious and needy students.

The deadline for application is 31 January 2007.

For more information about the programme and details of application procedures please visit our web site,
or contact the Students Department, HEI, P.O. Box 36,
CH-1211 Geneva 21. E-mail inquiries may be addressed
to, or

"Our mind is like an umbrella: it's of use if open" (Anonymous)
"The human mind follows the principle of economy of effort" (H.J. Morgenthau & K.W.Thomson)

Graduate Program "Formations of the Global:

The Graduate Program "Formations of the Global: Globalization and Cultural Studies" is offering four doctoral scholarships for international students (beginning April 1, 2007).

Applicants are expected to write interdisciplinary dissertations within the thematic framework of the program.

Participating disciplines are: American Studies/English, Romance Studies, German, History, Media and Communications Studies, and Philosophy.

Applicants must have successfully completed an M.A. degree or the equivalent to a German Magister or Staats examen by April 2007. Further requirements are the fellows' presence
in Mannheim, participation in the accompanying graduate studies program, and a working knowledge of German (language of instruction) . Scholarships are awarded for a period of two years (up to three in exceptional cases) according to the regulations of the Landesgraduiertenfö rderungsgesetz (LGFG) of the state of Baden-Württemberg.

All application materials (including an application form, a CV, a project proposal of up to ten pages, and two letters of recommendation) must be sent to the program director by January 15, 2007:

Prof. Dr. Ulfried Reichardt
University of Mannheim
Anglistisches Seminar
Schloss EW 159
68131 Mannheim Germany

Further information on the application process and the program available at

Please address all inquiries to the program coordinator:

Karin Fischer (Coordinator)
"Formations of the Global"
University of Mannheim
Schloss EW 259
68131 Mannheim Germany
Tel: +49(0)621/181- 2363
Fax: +49(0)621/181- 2343

Sunday, December 03, 2006

EUROFOR conference in Budapest

The Berlin Institute for Comparative Social Research (BIVS) invite you to to apply for a scholarship to attend the forthcoming EUROFOR Marie Curie conference on "Politics of the Exclusion and Return: The Phenomena of Diaspora Formations" in Budapest, Hungary.

After the successful staging of the past events in Italy, Greece, Malta and Slovenia, the series of twelve scientific conferences on migration management is clearly gaining momentum. The past conferences turrned out to be successful platforms for the exchange of knowledge and fruitful debate of research ventures in the fields under review.

The next event will take place from 12 - 15th April 2007 in Budapest. Approx. 30 young researchers (mostly PhD candidates) as well as several experienced researchers, scholars and policy-makers will be attending the event.

There are 32 Marie Curie scholarships available for young and experienced researchers from EU Member States and Third Countries, covering travel and accommodation for this four day conference.

This particular event focuses on diaspora formations, minority politics and trans-state relations. The phenomena of diaspora formations will be discussed in an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective.
Throughout the workshops and seminars the following topics will be addressed:

- Concepts and Notions of Diaspora
- Diaspora Communities: Case studies
- The Role of Diasporas in Contemporary Conflicts
- Ethnic Entrepreneurs in the Diaspora
- Trans-State Politics in the 21st Century: The impact of diasporas on changes in the homelands

As usual in the Marie Curie EUROFOR conferences, Saturday morning will be dedicated to the presentation and analysis of the local situation. In addition, two workshops will serve as platform to discuss methodological issues and problems that arise during the course of the researchers’ work.

The deadline for paper proposal submission of the conference in Budapest is 31 January.

For download of the conference reader (including detailed application guidelines), see:

Since we made usage of various electronic distribution lists for this call for papers, it may be that you receive this message more than once. We thank you for your understanding and apologise for this inconvenience.

Tilman Hannig

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Berliner Institut für Vergleichende Sozialforschung
Schliemannstraß e 23, D-10437 Berlin
Phone: + 49 030 4465 1065; Fax: + 49 030 444 1085

2007-2008 Returning Scholars Fellowship Program

Open Society Institute
International Higher Education Support Program
Academic Fellowship Program

The Returning Scholars Fellowship Program (RSFP) invites applications from talented scholars who seek university positions and academic careers in their home countries after studying abroad. The program is open to citizens of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan and Ukraine.

RSFP, a part of the Academic Fellowship Program (AFP), welcomes scholars from these countries who have received (or will receive by September 2007) an internationally competitive postgraduate degree in anthropology, area/cultural studies, gender studies, economics, history, political science, international relations, psychology, public administration, philosophy, social work, sociology, public health, human rights and public law, or journalism/media studies. The program does not support scholars in philology, the visual and performing arts, or business.

AFP fellows are placed in carefully selected university departments that are amenable to change and demonstrate a realistic and clear vision for future development. RSFP helps universities in the region retain promising young scholars, who are essential to the revitalization of departments and to the sustainability of higher education reforms. The program represents part of a conscious strategy to combat "brain drain" by offering financial, institutional and professional development support, as well as further opportunities as program alumni. Returning Scholars and partner departments also benefit from the presence of AFP-supported International Scholars, who provide expert mentorship in such areas as professional development, curriculum development and reform, research methods, and teaching/learning methodologies specific for their discipline.

AFP supports placement of Returning Scholars generally in AFP partner departments. A list of current Academic Fellowship Program partner departments can be found on our website. The list is subject to change in the 2007-08 academic year, and applicants are advised to explore placement possibilities with their respective Region Manager or Country Coordinator.

Fellowships include a monthly stipend and various allowances, in addition to the opportunity to participate in departmental and professional development projects.

Application deadline: March 23, 2007.
Fellowships begin in August or September 2007 and normally last one academic year, with the possibility of renewal. For applications (see attached file) and guidelines,

Open Society Institute
Higher Education Support Program
Academic Fellowship Program
October 6 utca 12, H-1051, Budapest, Hungary

Tel: +36 1 2356160
Fax: +36 1 4114401


Where : Hosei University Tama Campus and Mt Fuji Seminar House,

Date and Place: Japan, 26 March - 8 April 2007

Deadline: 15 December 2006

ETH sustainability, the Center for Sustainability at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, along with Hosei University in Japan, is please to announce the opening of the application process for the 2007 Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) Japan. The two week course aims to sensitize participants to the complex issues of sustainable development in a
global context, while exploring issues pertinent to Japan and the region, though course work, field trips, workshops, group work, discussions and practical learning experiences, combined with unique social and cultural activities. The unique program builds on 7 years of experience
successfully running the Youth Encounter on Sustainability YES program in Switzerland, Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe.

A total of 36 places are available in the course, with 24 places reserved for international applicants, and 12 places reserved for Japanese applicants. All participants must have a good working command of English, be between the age of 20 and 30 years, be currently enrolled at a
university either in the final stages of their undergraduate study, or at any level of graduate study. The entire course will be held in English and applications are welcomed from diverse disciplines and nationalities.

All applications must be submitted online. The online applications are now open at:

Deadline for applications is: 15 December 2006 (International Applicants) /
15 January 2007 (Japanese Applicants)

Please forward this information to colleagues, universities, organisations and institutions that may be interested. We appreciate your help to promote this unique learning experience!

For more information please contact Ms. Michelle Grant (details below).

Japanese applicants are requested to contact Ms. Michiko Yoshikawa,
Project Manager,
Faculty of Humanity & Environment, Hosei University,
Fax: +81-3-3264-9663 /
Phone: +81-3-3264-9438

'Introduction to Human Rights' course

Top quality training on human rights is now available for free online, thanks to a partnership between Fahamu and the OpenCourseWare Consortium.

Through the partnership, the 'Introduction to Human Rights' course, jointly developed by Fahamu and the University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education, has been made freely available on Fahamu's website. The course is designed to provide people with a comprehensive definition of human rights and how these rights are monitored and enforced.

Some 600 organisations and individuals have completed this course since 2003, said Fahamu Director Firoze Manji, and we are making the material available for free online so that anyone, anywhere can have the benefit of training in human rights issues.

Fahamu has specialized in developing a range of distance-learning courses aimed at strengthening the capacity of human rights and civil society organisations in Africa and around the world. The topics covered by the courses are the result of extensive research conducted in Africa into the training needs of such organisations.

Fahamus distance-learning methodology, involving CDROMs, email-based facilitation and workshops, has been widely adopted by institutions such as the University of Oxford, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Article 19, the UN-affiliated University for Peace and others.

Previously these courses were only available to those participating in courses organised by Fahamu, but making these courses available on the web through OpenCourseware will allow anyone with access to the internet to benefit from Fahamus unique human rights training materials. 'An Introduction to Human Rights' is the first course to be published which will be followed by 'Campaigning for Access to Information' in November.

The OpenCourseWare Consortium is a collaboration of more than 100 higher education institutions and associated organizations from around the world creating a broad and deep body of open educational content using a shared model. The mission of the Open Course Ware Consortium is to advance education and empower people worldwide through open course ware.

The courses can be viewed online

To learn more about Fahamu please visit

“Today's human rights violations are the causes of tomorrow's conflicts” - Mary Robinson
"War doesn't determine who is right, war determines who is left" - Kevin Carter

European Commission Scholarship Programme

2 programmes available Special Education Needs (Inclusive Education) and Human Rights Practice.

There are also 2 types of scholarships available -- one for Masters programmes and one for Research.

Roehampton University, London, UK is running two scholarship programmes in collaboration with their European partner universities and the European Commission.

The scholarships are funded by the European Commission for non-European students and researchers. There are 12 general scholarships (any non-European country) and specific scholarships for Indian (7), Chinese (2), Thai (1) and other Asia students (3) (except Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore).

The MA in Special Needs is a one year programme run at Roehampton, Fontys in Holland and Charles University in the Czech Republic. Students receive a scholarship of approx USD 30,000. Scholars/researcher s receive scholarships for 3 months for approx USD 16,000.

Deadline for application 15th December 2006

The MA in Human Rights is a two year programme run at Roehampton, Goteborgs in Sweden and Tromso in Norway.

Students receive a scholarship of approx USD 50,000. Scholars/researcher s receive cholarships for 3 months for approx USD 16,000.

Deadline for application 15th January 2007.

More information on both of these programmes can be obtained from

E-mail contact:

If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact

Hilary Jones

European and International Bids Coordinator
Roehampton University
Downshire House
Roehampton Lane
London SW15 4HT
Fax: +44 (0)20 8392 3550
Telephone: +44 (0)20 8392 3453

Friday, November 24, 2006

Survive Style: short film contest

This contest is open to young filmmakers between 18 and 30 years from the EU, South East Europe, Turkey and Caucasus countries. The film should cover the topic: "Survive Style - To be young in Europe - A risky business?" and express a personal view about the situation of young people in Europe, how they imagine their future working situation, how their life is affected by European mobility and migration.

The filmmakers of the best 30 films selected will be invited to participate and present their films at the European Youth Film Forum in Vienna from 12 to 18 March 2007.

All films must be received by: 15 December 2006.

Detailed information (application form, length, format etc) for this contest can be found on:

The contest is organised by NISI MASA (the European Network of Young Cinema) with the support of the Council of Europe, All different, all equal campaign.

Survive Style: short film contest

This contest is open to young filmmakers between 18 and 30 years from the EU, South East Europe, Turkey and Caucasus countries. The film should cover the topic: "Survive Style - To be young in Europe - A risky business?" and express a personal view about the situation of young people in Europe, how they imagine their future working situation, how their life is affected by European mobility and migration.

The filmmakers of the best 30 films selected will be invited to participate and present their films at the European Youth Film Forum in Vienna from 12 to 18 March 2007.

All films must be received by: 15 December 2006.

Detailed information (application form, length, format etc) for this contest can be found on:

The contest is organised by NISI MASA (the European Network of Young
Cinema) with the support of the Council of Europe, All different, all
equal campaign.

Wolfsonian-FIU Fellowship/Florida, USA

Finaid: undefined
Date: 2007 - 2009 academic years
Deadline: January 2, 2007
Open to: holders of master's or doctoral degrees, Ph.D. candidates, and to others who have a significant record of professional achievement in relevant fields

The Wolfsonian=96Florida International University is a museum and research center that promotes the examination of modern material culture. The focus of the Wolfsonian collection is on North American and European decorative arts, propaganda, architecture, and industrial
and graphic design from the period 1885-1945. The United States , Great Britain , Germany , Italy , and the Netherlands are the countries most extensively represented.

There are also smaller but significant collections of materials from a number of other countries, including Austria , Czechoslovakia , France , Japan , the former Soviet Union and Hungary . The Wolfsonian library has approximately 50,000 rare books, periodicals, and ephemeral items, as
well as standard reference materials.

Fellowships are intended to support full-time research, generally for a period of three to five weeks. The program is open to holders of master's or doctoral degrees, Ph.D. candidates, and to others who have a significant record of professional achievement in relevant fields.

Applicants are encouraged to discuss their project with the Fellowship Coordinator prior to submission to ensure the relevance of their proposals to the Wolfsonian's collection.

The application deadline is January 2, 2007 for residency during the 2007-2009 academic years.


Sunday, November 19, 2006

Fellowships in Sustainability Science

Center for International Development, Harvard University
Due date for preliminary applications: December 15, 2006

The Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University's Center for International Development invites applications for resident fellowships in sustainability science for the University's academic year beginning in September 2007.

The fellowship competition is open to advanced doctoral and post-doctoral students, and to professionals engaged in the practice of harnessing science and technology to promote sustainable development. Successful applicants will spend their fellowships in residence at the Sustainability Science Program, receiving a competitive stipend plus health, office space and computer support, and access to Harvard's libraries and other research facilities. Fellows will be expected to spend about half time on their own work, and half time in collaborative work with other fellows and faculty associated with the Program.

The Sustainability Science Program seeks to advance basic understanding of the dynamics of human-environment systems; to facilitate the design, implementation, and evaluation of practical interventions that promote sustainability in particular places and contexts; and to improve linkages between relevant research and innovation communities on the one hand, and relevant policy and management communities on the other. Applicants should describe how their work would contribute to "sustainability science," the emerging field of use-inspired research seeking understanding of the interactions between human and environmental systems as well as the application of such knowledge to sustainability challenges relating to advancing development of agriculture, habitation, energy and materials, health and water while conserving the earth's life support systems.

In addition to general funds available to support this fellowship offering, special funds are available to support applicants from developing countries and Italy, who are therefore particularly encouraged to apply.

Applicants should send via email (not hard copy) a preliminary application by 15 December 2006.

The preliminary application should include a cover sheet


preliminary research proposal (3 pages maximum), and CV (3 pages maximum). It should be emailed to Applicants will be notified by December 22 whether they are invited to submit a full proposal. Full proposals must be supported by a Harvard faculty member who is prepared to work with the fellow. Fellows may make their own faculty contacts, but the Program will also seek to facilitate matching of faculty with fellows.
The deadline for full applications is 1 February 2007.

The Program invariably receives more strong applications than can be supported with the funds available. Prospective fellows are therefore strongly urged to pursue additional sources of stipendiary and research support that they can draw on if they are admitted to the fellowship program but full funding is not available to cover their expenses.

Applications from those with their own resources are also welcome.

More information on the Sustainability Science Program and
Fellowships is available at


IREX is pleased to announce the 2007-2008 competition of the Short-Term Travel Grants (STG) Program. The STG Program provides fellowships for up to eight weeks to US postdoctoral scholars and other graduate degree holders for independent or collaborative research projects in Europe and Eurasia.

Countries Eligible for Research are:

Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia,
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan

STG Program information and application materials are now available on the IREX website at

The application deadline is February 1, 2007.

Please contact or call (202) 628-8188 with any questions.

You may find a list of all IREX International Fellowship opportunities on the website:

Empowering Young Women to Lead Change

A Training Manual is published by World YWCA and the United Nations Population Fund.
This is a training tool for young women to catalyse positive change in their lives and communities. It is designed by and for young women, as part of the World YWCA's commitment to developing effective young women leaders.


11th World Business Dialogue!

Seize this unique opportunity as a student and participate in the 11th World Business Dialogue!

The University of Cologne will once again host the internationally renowned World Business Dialogue (WBD) for the eleventh time on the 28th and 29th of March, 2007. With German Chancellor Angela Merkel as Patron, distinguished leaders from business, politics and science will meet with enthusiastic students to discuss issues surrounding "Population Dynamics -
Ageing Societies and Megacities: Opportunities for Corporate Growth". The World Business Dialogue is the world's largest student-run business convention.

By entering the WBD Essay Competition, you can put your qualifications to the test, and become one of the 300 students who receive a close to fully paid invitation to the WBD in Cologne, Germany. Your essay will be judged by an independent jury, made up of well-known professors and corporate executives. To cater to your personal strengths, there are three topics to
choose from.

You will find the essay topics at http://www.ofw. de/index. php?id=554& L=3.

There you will also find all necessary information about your participation in the 11th World Business Dialogue.

In addition, together with students from over 70 nations, you will have the opportunity to participate in a unique and enriching supporting programme. In the week leading up to the Dialogue, you will tour German companies, see the sights of Cologne, and experience first-hand German culture - naturally Cologne's nightlife will be on the agenda.

Due date of the application will be December 15, 2006.

In case of any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact at

COMPASS training in Prague

To skill young active leaders of the member organisations the European Youth Press is organising a training course from 10th until 16th of December in Prague.

One topics of the training will be intercultural learning, as this aspect is not only important for the internal work but also for negotiations with European institutions. On the other hand, the matter of fundraising will be raised in the seminar, as private funding for projects will be a big part of project funding in the future. So the course will specially care about the co-operation between private funders and youth media organisations.

The training course is open for participants from Austria, Moldova, Germany, Hungary, Macedonia, Switzerland, Poland and Sweden.

To apply or for more information you can contact

Saturday, November 18, 2006

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Children and Youth Productions at BaKaFOR

Children and Youth shall do it themselves: producing programmes. The didactical approach to that method mostly is: learning by doing. But it is much more than that. Turning away from that global brand of always the same puppet shows, it is recurring to their own life, to their own culture, to their own strength and power by the means of television. Light cameras (and light technical facilities over all) give children and youth a chance to produce short programmes themselves. Over all, if children and youth get the opportunity to turn their own stories into short programmes, they get a chance to develop self-consciousness and becoming aware of their natural and their social environment.

BaKaFORUM 2007 will put emphasis on that kind of production, with a large thematic approach, even if programmes connected to the "producing peace" core theme will be very much appreciated. And still, this session will be open to high quality productions on that focus of war and peace that are not produced by children and youth themselves.

Please register your programmes for screening in the registration area. You may want to register the same programme for screening and for the contest.

Please understand that the BaKaFORUM program committee will have to select the programmes for screening. Thus, we recommend to indicate a time code of a shortcut quote with your first submission, in case the programme may not be selected for a full-length screening.
Programme registration deadline: December 1st 2006.
More information

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Call for Papers for POLITIKON - IAPSS Academic Journal

The Editorial Board of Politikon, the International Association for Political Science Students’ Academic Journal, invites graduate and undergraduate students to submit papers for review and possible publication in its 13th edition.

Founded in 2001, the journal is published twice yearly and distributed in hard copy and online to more than 10,000 IAPSS members in more than 40 countries on every continent. Politikon publishes the best in undergraduate and graduate student scholarship from around the world. Politikon is recognised globally for its position as one of the leading academic journals publishing the work of students from across the fields of political science and international relations. The peer-review and refereeing process involves full Professors, leading academics and experts from across the world and abstracts from Politikon are included in the International Political Science Association’s (IPSA) Annual International Political Science Abstracts.

Politikon is funded through contributions from both private and public institutions. These have included local and regional political science associations from throughout Europe and, in recent times, the European Commission. As well, Politikon benefits from IAPSS’s partnerships with other established political science associations – including IPSA, the International Studies Association (ISA) and the European Political Science Network (epsNet) – with Politikon authors being invited to attend and present their research at major conferences and seminars. Events where Politikon authors have been invited include the 2006 ISA Annual Convention in San Diego and the 2007 IPSA Congress in Fukuoka , with authors also being invited to the forthcoming 2007 ISA Annual Convention in Chicago .

In a crowded academic publication market Politikon has carved out a niche, becoming on of the longest standing and most highly regarded journals of political science and international relations for students in the world.

Articles submitted to the journal should meet the following standards:

· English language
· 4000 – 7000 words, including footnotes
· Microsoft Word or RTF file format
· Fully referenced in Harvard style (see http://tinyurl. com/nsfcg)
· An abstract of no more than 125 words
· Biographical information of the author (no more than 50 words)
· Be concerned with political science, international relations, international law, political economy, public policy or a related field. For this issue the Editorial Board is particularly interested in articles which consider environmental issues.

Submissions should be emailed directly to politikonjournal@ A reply confirming receipt will be sent within 24 hours.
All submissions should be received no later than 31st January 2007.

The International Association for Political Science Students’ Academic Journal
Kongresni trg 12
1000 Ljubljana - Slovenia
+386 41543219

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Tracing Europe - photo contest

Whether you read your daily newspaper, listen to the radio, watch TV or surf the internet - Europe is omnipresent, but still far away. At first sight Europe may not seem to affect you, not part of your everyday life or touch you personally.

However Europe is not just politics, but more importantly about people, culture, monuments, clothing etc...

What is Europe in your eyes? What is your conception of Europe? Where can you trace Europe in everyday life, in your personal surroundings, in your city, in your university or family?

You can uncover Europe with a picture!

With this photo contest we want to invite you to trace Europe and send us your photograph via regular mail or e-mail.

For digital pictures a resolution of 3 Megapixels or more would be acceptable/appropri ate.
If you want to post your picture, a format of 20x30 cm would be great.

Both, black-and-white and colour photos are appreciated.
By sending us your photographs you assure that you hold the exclusive copyright and the right respectively the permission of publication.

Closing date is 8 November 2006.

A selection of all contributions will be presented in an exhibition taking place from November 18th to December 9th in a Berlin Gallery.
During the opening days (18th/ 19th November) visitors will help to elect the winners of the photo contest.
You can also vote online!

The three winners of the voting will be invited to Berlin on the closing day of the exhibition, 9th December 2006.

That's not all - the best 12 photographs will be published in a pocket book calendar for the year 2007.

Do you fancy taking part in the photo contest? Send your photograph with your name and adress (if you want also with titel and short description for your photograph)

by e-mail to: contribution@ tracing-europe. de

by post: Jugend bewegt Europa e.V.
Postfach 350963
D-10218 Berlin

*By sending us your photographs you assure that you hold the exclusive copyright and the right respectively the permission of publication.
The closing date is 8th November 2006.

http://www.tracing- index.php? useraktion= wettbewerb_ &lang=en. htm