SCORP Camp is a summer training camp that deals with important SCORP issues, making it possible to train new human rights trainers from all over the world. It is an amazing opportunity to gather young people that are passionate about human rights in one place and have a discussion about it, tighten the bonds between these people from different corners of our Earth. Each of these people has a unique view on matters discussed and SCORP Camp is a place to share these views and opinions, moving a discussion about human rights to another level and also making it a pleasurable experience to the participants and trainers as well.
This year’s SCORP Camp will be hosted by the amazing IFMSA – Czech Republic, from August 27th to September 2nd 2018.
IFMSA Czech Republic is a non-governmental organization in the Czech Republic and is a part of IFMSA. It is a student association with eight Local Committees at four Czech Universities. Almost thousand members can participate in several committees – SCOPE, SCORE, SCOPH, SCOME, and SCORP.
So, what’s so special about SCORP Camp?
SCORP Camp is the biggest IFMSA Summer School on Human Rights and Peace issues. Every year we welcome up to 100 healthcare students across 5 different workshops all linked to Human Rights and Peace. It is the only IFMSA event where you will live and breathe Human Rights and Peace, from the workshops to the theme event to the free time and social program where you can connect with other participants, exchange ideas and forge global partnerships.