IHR Events (Past)
- Does Britain need a Bill of Rights?
- Who will be the Ultimate Guardian Angel of Human Rights in Europe - Implications of the European Union’s Accession to the European Convention on Human Rights
- Forced Evictions and Human Rights: Launch of a Report and discussion of how land and housing evictions violate economic an social rights
- Statehood and Secession: Sudan, Northern Ireland, Eritrea and other challenges
- "In the Land of the Free" film screening and talk by Robert King
- Colloquium on Interpretivism in International Law
- Freedom of expression and private life: How can we balance the competing interests?
- The European Convention on Human Rights: A Living Instrument
The European Convention on Human Rights: A Living Instrument
Publication date: Nov 16, 2011 12:32:00 PM
Feb 10, 2012 1:00:00 PM
End: Feb 10, 2012 3:00:00 PM
Location: Moot Court, UCL, Faculty of Laws
Participants: Professor Nicos Alivizatos (University of Athens, Faculty of Law), Judge Christos Rozakis (former Vice-President of the European Court of Human Rights), Judge Dean Spielmann (European Court of Human Rights, President of Section V), Dr Marialena Tsirli (Deputy Section Registrar, European Court of Human Rights), Dr Panayotis Voyatzis (Referendaire, European Court of Human Rights). From UCL Dr George Letsas and Dr Virginia Mantouvalou.
About the event: This event will celebrate the publication of the book 'The European Convention on Human Rights: A Living and Dynamic Instrument', a collection of essays in honour of Judge Rozakis (Bruylant, 2011). Speakers will discuss the role of the Court for the protection of human rights in Europe, the character of the Convention as a living document and its contemporary relevance, and the exceptional contribution of Judge Rozakis.
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