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Hanaa Hakiki, European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)

Externalization of European asylum and immigration policy and strategic litigation: The example of ND and NT v. Spain

2. Mai



Prof. Dr. Felipe González Morales, LL.M. (Washington, D.C.)

Current Human Rights Issues in Latin America

24. Mai



Prof. Dr. Judith Schönsteiner, LL.M. (Essex)

Attribution of State Responsibility pursuant to actions or omissions of State-Owned Enterprises in human rights matters

1. Dezember


Dr. Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko

Interrogating Human Rights and Global Constitutionalism

17. November


Dr. Elif Küzeci, LL.M. (Ankara)

Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?
Revisiting “Right to Be Forgotten” in the light of the rulings of the CJEU (C-131/12) and the Turkish Constitutional Court (No. 2013/5653)

20. Oktober


Prof. Dr. Boldizsár Nagy

Hungarian Asylum Law and Policy in 2015-2016. Securitization instead of Loyal Cooperation

1. September


Prof. Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque, Judge of the European Court of Human Rights

Constitutionalisation of International Law

8. Juli


Prof. Dr. René Urueña

Investment arbitration and transitional justice in Colombia

15. Juni


Prof. Dr. Carlos Bernal

Justice and Truth in Colombia: A Critical Analysis of the Interlocking between the Special Jurisdiction for Peace and the Truth Commission

13. April


Dr. Margherita Paola Poto

Food Governance and Sustainability Challenges: Responses to Food Waste in
a Sharing Economy

12. Februar


Pieter-Augustijn Van Malleghem

Proportionality and the Erosion of Formalism

27. Januar



Dalia Palombo, LL.M. (Harvard)

File Suits against States for their Failure to Regulate the Responsibility of Multinational Companies

20. November