2008 ‘The Two Who Stole the Charter…’

2008    ‘The Two Who Stole the Charter…’

MONDAY

1. The EU as human rights organization? – KATARZYNA TRZPIOLA, CLAIRE BOUCHER, CHRISTOPH JANETZKO

2. Rights and principles in the Charter as the basis for dialogue between ECJ, ECtHR and constitutional courts – UNA VELICKOVIC, ADAM WYPYCH, MATTHIAS PTOK

3. Changing the dynamics and values in the Polish Constitution through the Charter of Fundamental Rights – KONRAD ZAJAC, ADELINA PROKOP

TUESDAY

1. Right to life – similar or different standards ? (European Convention, Charter and the Constitution of Poland, eg. euthanasia, abortion)  – PAWEŁ HIŃCZA, LORETTA RAPISARDA, KATHLEEN WROBLEWSKI

2.The right to marry and the  right to found family . New concept of the marriage and family ? – ALEKSANDER SIEMASZKO, MARZENA WOJTCZAK, MAGDA ZMYSŁOWSKA

3.Nondiscrimination principle as instrument of by-passing of national standards and regulations of the morally and socially disputable problems (gay marriage and same-sex partnership)  – SYLWIA DUSZYŃSKA, DOMINIK KĘPIŃSKI, FILIP KONOPCZYŃSKI

WEDNESDAY

1. Fundamental rights v. market freedoms interface in light of the ECJ’s case-law – MACIEJ ZALEŚKIEWICZ, MIKOŁAJ JASIAK, JAKUB ZAGRAJEK

2. Migrant workers and service-providers and their reliance on the Charter for Fundamental Rights – more or less rights? (with special emphasis on Polish workers in the UK) – TORSTEN MENZEL, FRIEDRICH GOECKE

3.  European constitutional law of the cyberspace – the rights of the European citizens in the virtual world – MICHAL ZIOLKOWSKI, KATARZYNA SYSKA.

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