Ľubormír Majerčík, Anna Matušinová and Hubert Smekal published a chapter "The Czech Republic and the European Court of Human Rights in 2011"(Czech Yearbook of Public and Private International Law). Accessible here.
Czech Centre for Human Rights and Democracy
The Centre is an independent academic institution monitoring human rights developments both domestically and worldwide, issuing a monthly Bulletin, as well as organizing conferences.
Helena Bončková and Hubert Smekal presented a paper Czech "Exemption" from the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights - Still with Us at the Czech Foreign Policy Symposium in the Cerninsky Palace in Prague.
The Centre for Human Rights and Democracy is looking for INTERNS to help it organize conferences, manage grant projects and prepare Czech Review of Human Rights and other papers in the academic year 2012/2013. Interns should be interested in one of these topics
- European System of Human Rights Protection
- International Criminal Justice
- Czech Republic and Human Rights
Should you be interested, please send your structured CV and brief letter of motivation by October 24, 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indicate the word "Internship" and one of the three thematic areas in the subject of the e-mail.
From September 9 to September 12, the Center representatives visited Vienna, where, under the auspicies of the University of Vienna and Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Menschenrechte, the international conference Empower Human Rights! was held. The aim of the conference was to present results of the research project of AHRI (The Association of Human Rights Institutes) and COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) called "The Role of the EU in UN Human Rights Reform". The annual meeting of AHRI and COST members was held on the occasion of the conference and simultaneously also a conference of PhD students took place.