22 September 2011: Lunch meeting ECHR
On Thursday, 22 September 2011, 11am-1pm, a lunch meeting (in Dutch) will be organised related to the Faculty’s profile area concerning the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). The discussions during the meeting will focus on the research of three PhD candidates from Leiden University concerning the development of the ECHR and (the improvement of) the practice of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).
Ingrid Leijten, Tess de Jong en Jasmina Mačkić will introduce their research, after which there will be time for questions and a discussion. Matters concerning the effect of the ECHR and (the boundaries of) the scope of ECHR-rights, as well as the reasoning and legitimization of the ECtHR will be discussed from different perspectives. Intriguing for everyone who has an interest in, or is curious about Strasbourg developments!
Lunch will be taken care of, and the program will be as follows:
11:00 hr Welcome in room B0.41 with coffee
11:10 hr Opening
11:15 hr Presentation Ingrid Leijten: ‘Proliferation and Core Rights’ + short time for questions
11:40 hr Presentation Tess de Jong: ‘Hidden Procedural Safeguards’ + short time for questions
12:05 hr Short break, lunch is being served
12:20 hr Presentation Jasmina Mačkić: ‘How to Prove the Invisible?’ + short time for questions
12:45 hr Discussion
13:00 hr Concluding remarks
Taken into account that the lunch must be ordered in advance, you are kindly requested to give notice of your presence by sending an email to email@example.com.