Roundtable on “Does the ECHR really protect the ‘right to offend, shock or disturb’? A critical assessment of the European Court of Human Right´s hate speech case law”

Roundtable on “Does the ECHR really protect the ‘right to offend, shock or disturb’? A critical assessment of the European Court of Human Right´s hate speech case law”

On 11 March 2021, the School of Law of UCLan Cyprus held a Roundtable discussion on “Does the ECHR really protect the ‘right to offend, shock or disturb’? A critical assessment of the European Court of Human Right´s hate speech case law”. The discussion was led by Dr...

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Roundtable: “Does the ECHR really protect the ‘right to offend, shock or disturb’? A critical assessment of the European Court of Human Right´s hate speech case law” delivered by Mr. Jacob Machangama – 11 March 2021

Roundtable: “Does the ECHR really protect the ‘right to offend, shock or disturb’? A critical assessment of the European Court of Human Right´s hate speech case law” delivered by Mr. Jacob Machangama – 11 March 2021

Roundtable: “Does the ECHR really protect the ‘right to offend, shock or disturb’? A critical assessment of the European Court of Human Right´s hate speech case law” delivered by Mr. Jacob Mchangama – 11 March 2021The School of Law of UCLan Cyprus is pleased to...

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Project

UCLan Cyprus is pleased to announce the launch of a Jean Monnet Module entitled ‘European Union Law and Governance in Populist Times’ which will run from 2019-2022.

Activities

EU-POP Conference

The School of Law of the University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus and  the Jean Monnet Module entitled “European Union Law and Governance in Populist Times” (EU-POP), co-funded by the European Union and running at UCLan Cyprus for the period 2019-2022, held their...

Bibliography

This contains a collection of books and articles on populism. Our team will be updating the bibliography over the duration of the project.