European Foundation of Human Rights and the Association of Scientists Poles of Lithuania have an honour to invite everyone for an open lecture by Ewelina Tylec (Central European University in Budapest) under the title „Can law discriminate? Analysis of the issue in the context of the situation of Polish minority in Lithuania”.
The lecture will be held on 22nd March 2012 at the Home of Polish Culture in Vilnius at 6pm in the room 305.
About the speaker:
Ewelina Tylec is a student of the programme LLM in Human Rights at the Central European University in Budapest. In 2011, she received a title of Master in Law at the University of Wrocław (postgraduate dissertation: The Role of custom in diplomacy law.) She currently works on the project: The issue of legal discrimination. Polish minority in Lithuania (dissertation advisor: prof. Gabor Kardos) analysing the situation of Polish minority in Lithuania in the context of international systems of protection of human rights (among these, above all: the right to use minority language, education in the language of minority and the participation in the political life of a state).
She conducts research on the situation of Polish minority in Lithuania at the European Foundation of Human Rights in the period 12-23.03.2012.
We invite everyone interested in the current topic! The entrance is free.