The European Foundation of Human Rights cordially invites you to the training courses. Their primary purpose is to deepen your knowledge of conducting cases of violations of human rights in the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union from procedural and formal point of view. Trainings will help to deepen practical knowledge of the lodging of complaints to the European Court of Human Rights and of the jurisprudence in such important issues as freedom of speech or the return of nationalized property (including the case of collecting the already recovered forests) and many other important international laws. In addition, trainees will be able to present their cases and get advice from an expert.
It’s worth mentioning that the planned courses are a continuation of last year’s training cycles conducted by the Foundation. Those training courses attracted a lot of interest so there was a need to continue this initiative.
19.10.2012 – the training “”Conducting cases of violation of human rights in the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union – the procedure and formal requirements” – in English
20.10.2012 – the training “”Conducting cases of violation of human rights in the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union – the procedure and formal requirements” – in Polish
The courses will be conducted by eminent specialists in human rights from Poland and Lithuania, Prof. Ireneusz C. Kamiński, Ph.D., Elżbieta Kuzborska, Ph.D and Łukasz Wardyn, Ph.D.
At these trainings we especially welcome law students, lawyers and all people interested in the subject. Number of participants is limited. Due to the offered refreshment registration is necessary. First come first served.
Applications will be accepted until 17 October 2012.
Applications can be sent by e-mail: email@example.com
Location of trainings: the headquarters of the European Foundation of Human Rights at Liepkalnio 103, Vilnius.
|9.30 – 10.00||Registration of participants (coffee and tea)|
|10.00 -10.10||Welcoming the participants by the European Foundation for Human Rights|
|10.10 -10.30||Minority rights protection as human rights standard – Dr Јukasz Wardyn|
|10.30 -11.50||Terms of lodging complaints (admissibility) and procedures of the European Court of Human Rights – Prof. Ireneusz C. Kamiсski, Ph.D.|
|11.50-12.10||Discussion with coffee/tea break|
|12.10-13.10||Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights – Freedom of expression. Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights – Prof. Ireneusz C. Kamiсski, Ph.D.|
|13.30 -14.15||Dinner for participants|
|14.15 – 14.35||Cases on the rights of national minorities before international institutions and courts – Dr Elїbieta Kuzborska|
|14.35- 15.50||Selected judgments of the European Court of Human Rights II – Prof. Ireneusz C. Kamiсski, Ph.D.|
|15.50- 16.20||Discussion and the end of the Conference|
Professor Ireneusz C. Kamiński – doctor of law, Professor in the academic team of European Law and The Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He also teaches at the Jagiellonian University. The Council of Europe’s expert, collaborator and consultant of many national and international organizations dealing with European issues and with protection of human rights, award-winning for his achievements in scientific research. He’s a legal representative in the proceedings in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
Elżbieta Kuzborska, Ph.D – Doctor of Law, professor of the Vilnius branch of the University of Białystok. The uthor of publications in the field of public international law and human rights protection, mainly the protection of rights of national minorities. In 2011 and 2012 her two monographs dealing with legal protection of national minorities in Lithuania were published (2011, “Artprint”, Vilnius: “Teisinė tautinių mažumų padėtis Lietuvoje”, 2012, “Artprint”, Vilnius).
Łukasz Wardyn, Ph.D – lectured on international and European law in Kozminski University. In 2009 he was a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University. He’s an expert in international law, dealing with issues of human rights and national minorities.
We cordially invite!