All participants are welcome.
I. Human Rights and Security in Europe
Monday 10 May 2010, 17h00-20h00, room 15 Kazimierzowski Palace
- EU powers and competences in justice and home affairs (1), Enric Cano Romero & Carlos Sancho
- Is the EU’s accession to the ECHR a boost to human rights protection? (2), Gustav Dahlin, Agnieszka Kwiatkowska & Helena Paulsson
- Balancing security and individual liberties in the Constitution of Poland, Germany, &c., and the ECHR: A comparative perspective (v. 2) ((Balancing Security and Individual Liberties first draft) (5), Mona Klarkowska, Łukasz Lasek & Robert Rybski
II. Security and Privacy in Europe
Tuesday 11 May 2010, 17h00-20h00, room Brudziński, Kazimierzowski Palace
- The standard of the right to security (conceived of as the obligation of the state) under ECHR, the Charter, and the Constitution (4), Loic Alves, Silvia Anna Gawronski & Marcin Stupak
- The standard of privacy protection (ECHR, the Charter, the Constitution) (3), Patrick Tschech & Marija Zrno
- The Data Retention Directive (6), Xabier de la Mota, Ana Navarro & IvánSaldaña
III. Applied Right to Privacy
Wednesday 12 May 2010, 09h00-12h00, room 308 Old Library (NB. no powerpoint possible due to ceiling windows).
- The SWIFT agreement: challenging the superpower? (7), Olivier Bousseau
- Passenger name records: the transatlantic dimension (EU-US PNR Agreement), EU-US PNR Agreement Bibliography (8) Katarzyna Kopyłowska & Frauke Kruse
- Horizontal Application of Fundamental Rights: the Right to Privacy on the Internet (9), François Nawrot, Katarzyna Syska &Przemysław Świtalski