Under that title was held the Thursday’s lecture of Ewelina Tylec, as a part of this year’s round of lectures organised by the European Foundation of Human Rights.
During this Thursday’s afternoon (22nd March 2012), the Foundation invited to a lecture on the protection of human rights in Europe and Lithuania and followed by a fruitful discussion. There were many, who accepted our invitation. Among them students, lawyers, scholars, teachers etc.
The speaker, student of the programme LLM in Human Rights at the Central European University in Budapest, elaborated on the implementation of legal norms, in certain countries that allow discrimination of a given social groups, which means at the same time the obligation to abide them, the Radbruch Formula and the problem of discrimination presenting the well known Łukasz and Małgorzata Wardyn marriage case (subject of ECJ ruling). During a lively discussion, questions were answered both by the speaker and the participants, most of them lawyers, elaborating on the legal situation in Lithuania- and teachers who explained the implications of the recent changes to the Education Act and other persons interested in the subject.
We are extremely grateful to all participants who attended the lecture and its co-organizer The Association of Polish Scientists of Lithuania. We kindly invite you for next events in the Foundation!