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 Machangama – 11 March 2021 The School of Law of UCLan Cyprus is pleased to...
Human Rights webinars

Human Rights webinars

Human Rights webinars The University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus campus (UCLan Cyprus) has launched a Jean Monnet Module entitled “European Union Law and Governance in Populist Times” which runs at UCLan Cyprus 2019-2022 (#EU-POP). The activities of the Module are...
Guest Lecture: Democracy and Memory Law

Guest Lecture: Democracy and Memory Law

Democracy and Memory Laws: A Mnemonic Threat to the Rule of Law in Central and Eastern Europe Democracy and Memory Laws: A Mnemonic Threat to the Rule of Law in Central and Eastern EuropeUlad Belavusau (T.M.C. Asser Institute – University of Amsterdam, The...