Based upon the lectures held during the Winter School in the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, a Joint Reader was developed by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights and the South East European Law Schools Network within the project „Legal Protection against Discrimination in South-East Europe” supported by German Cooperation and implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The Winter School provided students with an overview about the concepts, forms, areas and grounds of discrimination defined at international and European level, from a comparative perspective of South-Eastern European countries.
The description of the lectures and workshops displayed in the Joint Reader aim to support scholars in the implementation of the course on “Legal Protection against Discrimination in Southeast Europe” at different law faculties, which are members of SEELS network, or support the introduction of various elements of the course into already established legal courses or legal clinics within the same. The descriptions of the learning objectives and the content (e.g. power point presentations), as well as the working sheets, case studies and information on background material are presented in a way so that they can be used as a solid foundation for lecturers who have basic knowledge of discrimination and want to prepare lectures and workshops on this topic.
The Joint Reader is available for free download on the following link: http://www.seelawschool.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=210&Itemid=946&lang=en