HUMAN RIGHTS – Lecture Seriesn 2017

HUMAN RIGHTS – Lecture Series 2017

Lectures will be held in English, German or French according to title

Wednesdays, 11.30-13.00, Maison du Savoir, Campus Belval
22.2. On Dignity, Jean-Paul Lehners, Professor Emeritus, UNESCO Chair in Human Rights, University of Luxembourg

1.3. Pleading for a new Historiography of Human Rights, Jean-Paul Lehners, Professor Emeritus, UNESCO Chair in Human Rights, University of Luxembourg

8.3. Un milliard de personnes souffrent de faim – La responsabilité de l’Europe et du Luxembourg, Jean Feyder, ancien Ambassadeur du Luxembourg auprès des Nations Unies

15.3. The United Nations and Human Rights, Luc Dockendorf, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Desk Officer for Human Rights and International Organisations

22.3. The Law and Politics of the European Convention on Human Rights: Facing the Challenges of a Pan-European System, Prof. Dr. Robert Harmsen, IPSE, University of Luxembourg

29.3. La charte des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne, Jean-Paul Jacqué, professeur émérite à l’Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg

5.4. Les enjeux de l’asile aujourd’hui, Carine Rustom, Officier de Liaison de la Représentation régionale pour l’Europe de l’Ouest, HCR, Luxembourg

12.4. Human Rights and Literature, Agnes Prüm, Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Culture, IPSE, University of Luxembourg

26.4. Human Rights and Business: Where now?, Başak Bağlayan, PhD Researcher, Law Research Unit, FDEF, University of Luxembourg

3.5. Soll/ darf/ muss man mit nicht-staatlichen Gewaltakteuren verhandeln? Grenzen und Chancen inklusiver Friedensprozesse, Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Giessmann, Berghof Foundation, Berlin

10.5. Mensch sein genügt?! Wie binäre Konzepte von Geschlecht Rechte einschränken können, Prof. Dr. Christel Baltes-Löhr, FLSHASE, Universität Luxemburg

17.5. An Obstacle to Broader Anti-Discrimination Agendas? The Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief, Prof. Dr. Heiner Bielefeldt, Chair of Human Rights and Human Rights Policy, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

24.5. The Committee on Bioethics and Recent Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights from the Biomedical Field, Katrin Uerpmann, Administrator, Bioethics Unit, Council of Europe, Strasbourg

31.5. Human Rights in the Era of Information and Communication Technology, Dr. Gabriele Lenzini & Dr. Cesare Bartolini, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg

 

 

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