Centrum pro lidská práva a demokratizaci pořádá tematické kulaté stoly, konference, přednášky, filmová promítání, semináře i studentské soutěže. Na události zve odborníky z České republiky i zahraničí. Pravidelně se podílí například na akci Jessup Moot Court, tedy mezinárodním cvičném soudním líčení pro univerzitní studenty z celého světa.

20. 11. 2014  

Faculty of Law of the Masaryk University and Center for Human Rights and Democratization invities you to a conference about International and National Prosecution of International Crimes: Failures, Challenges and Prospects, that will take place on 27 November 2014 at 10:45 in the Public Defender of Rights building (situated at Údolní 39, Brno).

 

23. 5. 2014  

Come on Tuesday 3 June 2014 at 11 a.m. to the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, room no. 038 and participate at the workshop

Human Rights for the Vulnerable,

which will feature experts on international criminal and medical law and the issue of human rights from the University of Aberystwyth in Wales – prof. Ryszard Piotrowicz, prof. John Williams and dr. Anel Boshoff.

27. 11. 2013  

The Center for Human Rights and Democratization invites you to come on Thursday, December 5, at 18:00 to Café Paradigma (Marešova 8, Brno) where a discussion 

Understanding the Syrian Conflict

will take place.

Ibrahim Fayad, a Syrian national who come from an area which was one of the most affected by the conflict and who currently studies political science at the Faculty of social science in Brno will talk about the conflict, its past, present and future.

Issues discussed will include: the role of international actors in the conflict (Iran, Russia, USA, Arab countries), the role of ethnic groups or religion.

25. 11. 2013  

René Cassin Legacy Essay Competition

Topic: papers on contemporary human rights issues (slavery and human trafficking, asylum and detention, genocide, discrimination and economic, cultural and social rights)

Organized by: René Cassin

Extent: 1500 – 3000 words

Deadline: 1st December 2013

 

2nd Half Century Junior Scholars Essay Competition

Topic: What is the future of socio-legal studies, what new possibilities exist, and what innovations should the Law and Society Association consider as it enters the 2nd Half-Century?

Organized by: Law and Society Association

Extent: max. 2000 words

Deadline: 30th December 2013

8. 10. 2013  

Centre for Human Rights and Democracy organizes a workshop

EU Accession to the European Convention on Human Rights: Legal Assessment, Prospects and Pitfalls

which will take place on Tuesday, 15 October 2013, at the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University (Veveří 70, Brno), room n. 109.

 

Speakers:

Jürgen Busch (Faculty of Law, University of Vienna)

Petra Bard (Legal Studies Department, Central European University)

Jana Králová (EU Law Department of the Ministry of Foreign Aff airs of the Czech Republic)

Lubomír Majerčík (Head of the Analytical Department, Czech Constitutional Court)

29. 3. 2013  

Do you want to improve your curriculum, or do you simply want to spend the summer actively and learn something useful? We bring you an updated list of summer schools that focus on international human rights law, democratisation, and much more. The selection is diverse enough for everyone to find their favourite topic.

 

International Human Rights Law: An Introduction

Institution: Utrecht University – Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance

When: 8.7.–12.7.2019

Fee: € 550 (+ housing fee € 200)

Application deadline: 15.6.2019

https://www.utrechtsummerschool.nl/
courses/law-economics/international-
human-rights-law-an-introduction

 

27. 3. 2013  

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