Konrad Adenauer Foundation of Romania invites law students, as well as recent graduates, to become part of the ’Leaders for Justice’ program in 2015. The chosen participants will take part in six training sessions, as well as a meeting with the alumni of the program, between January and July 2016.
Konrad Adenauer Foundation of Romania invites law students, as well as recent graduates, to become part of the ’Leaders for Justice’ program in 2015. The chosen participants will take part in six training sessions, as well as a meeting with the alumni of the program, between January and July 2016. The trainings will develop topics such as vision and creativity, project management, teamwork and decision making. Throughout the training sessions, the participants will work together to develop projects that aim to solve key problems of the judicial system. In October 2016, participants will also have the opportunity to visit Berlin in order to become familiar with the German judicial system and observe two trials, as well as visit institutions such as the Romanian Embassy or the Constitutional court of Germany.
After finishing the program, the participants will become part of the alumni network and will also have the possibility to become part of the LiderJust NGO, in order to further implement their projects and ideas. All costs are covered by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
The program is open to law students in their final year of study, as well as to masters’ students and to recent graduates during the first five years of their career. The program includes twenty participants.
In order to apply for this program, participants must submit:
-a curriculum vitae
-a letter of intent
-an essay describing a change that the participant wants to implement in the Romanian judicial system. The study must identify a problem, propose a solution and describe the change that the solution would bring, as well as its consequences.
All documents must be submitted in Romanian.
For further details, please check their website.