Human Rights Law (incl. ECHR)

Courses tagged with "Human Rights Law (incl. ECHR)"

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Raymond Blijd presents the past, present and future roles of technology in helping decide what is right and wrong and the rule of law.

e-Presentation | March 2020 | Learning time: 20 minutes

Raymond Blijd

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Nathalie Smuha presents the challenges faced by lawmakers in searching for a morally objective/universal definition of “AI for Good” based on fundamental rights. She gives an overview of the EU Strategy on Artificial Intelligence, adopted in April 2018, the work of the Independent High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG), in particular its Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI and its policy recommendations, as well as the European Commission White Paper on Artificial Intelligence.

e-Presentation | March 2020 | Learning time: 36 minutes

Nathalie Smuha

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Kris Pollet


e-Presentation | October 2013 | Learning time: 31 minutes

Kris Pollet

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Constantin Hruschka


e-Presentation | October 2013 | Learning time: 47 minutes

Constantin Hruschka

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Barbora Bukovska presents an overview of the risks pertaining to freedom of expression in an online environment, emphasising the responsibility of online actors.

e-Presentation | December 2020 | Learning time: 42 minutes

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Jeremy McBride presents international human rights standards and limitations to the freedom of expression in times of emergency and COVID-19-related hate speech.

e-Presentation | December 2020 | Learning time: 26 minutes

Jeremy McBride

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Murtaza Shaikh presents the UN normative framework relating to online hate speech and the gaps in the legal framework. He concludes his presentation by reviewing the challenges of online hate speech with regard to minorities.

e-Presentation | December 2020 | Learning time: 31 minutes

Murtaza Shaikh

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Murtaza Shaikh presents the narrower category of incitement to hatred, discrimination and violence as contained in Article 20 ICCPR and how it can be interpreted and translated into hate crime legislation on a national level.

e-Presentation | December 2020 | Learning time: 30 minutes

Murtaza Shaikh

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Victoria de Posson explores tech companies’ role in addressing gender-based hate speech, the state of play and what should be done to improve the situation.

e-Presentation | December 2020 | Learning time: 20 minutes

Victoria de Posson

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Päivi Leino-Sandberg gives an overview of the basic elements of the right to information and transparency, especially focusing on Regulation 1049/2001. She uses many cases to point out current trends and developments in different areas such as transparency in legislative process, data protection and the role of EU agencies.

e-Presentation | November 2019 | Learning time: 55 minutes

Päivi Leino-Sandberg

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Laura Drechsler explains the differences and similarities between the GDPR and other EU rights by using a great variety of case law. By comparing several rights and their origins to one another, she points out interesting parallels and differences.

e-Presentation | November 2019 | Learning time: 31 minutes

Laura Drechsler

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Anne Friel explains how access to environmental information is ensured through the Aarhus Convention and how these rules interact with the EU regulations that guarantee general access to information (such as Regulation (EC) No. 1049/2001). The focus is on the differences and specifications that arise when dealing with information in environmental matters.

e-Presentation | November 2019 | Learning time: 45 minutes

Anne Friel

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After presenting the legal framework and some current observations, Graham Smith explains how access to documents works in practice and which problems regularly occur. His focus is on future prospects and possible ways of development in this area of law.

e-Presentation | November 2019 | Learning time: 49 minutes

Graham Smith

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Clive Baldwin presents the regulation of free speech and hate offences under international law, in particular under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. He further presents the principles contained in the United Nation’s Rabat Plan of Action concerning the prohibition of hate speech. He lastly gives a critical overview of the recent case law of the European Court of Human Rights on blasphemy laws.

e-Presentation | November 2018 | Learning time: 33 minutes

Clive Baldwin  

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Emma Llansó explains the problem of private law enforcement when addressing online hate speech: the enforcement of Terms of Service/Community Guidelines and the calls on private actors to interpret, apply, or enforce the law. She gives an overview of the models of private law enforcement and identifies accountability as its main problem. She clarifies the implication for the European Convention of Human Rights, especially Article 10 and 13, and broaches the issue of automation in content moderation.

e-Presentation | November 2018 | Learning time: 43 minutes

Emma Llansó

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Peter Stern presents the community standards as well as the principles and the process of policymaking at Facebook, in particular with regard to hate speech. He explains the procedure for tracking down and removing harmful content on social media and puts this into a European context.

e-Presentation | November 2018 | Learning time: 42 minutes

Peter Stern

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Michal Bobek


e-Presentation | October 2014 | Learning time: 60 minutes

Michal Bobek

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Prof Jeff Kenner


e-Presentation | November 2013 | Learning time: 34 minutes

Prof Jeff Kenner

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Constantin Hruschka


e-Presentation | October 2013 | Learning time: 47 minutes

Constantin Hruschka

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Prof Jeff Kenner


e-Presentation | November 2013 | Learning time: 34 minutes

Prof Jeff Kenner

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Specialised e-learning course |  2016

Author: Hermine Masmeyer

  • The Procedure at the Court
  • Using Practical Resources

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Live stream |  15 April 2019 – 16 April 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human Rights

  • Compliance and responsibility for human rights violations
  • Discrimination in AI
  • Freedom of expression
  • Right to life
  • Right to a fair trial
  • Right to an effective remedy
  • Algorithmic justice
  • AI and democracy

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Live stream |  17 - 18 September 2018

Disability in Employment and beyond

  • Employment, reasonable accommodation and accessibility under the UNCRPD
  • EU disability law
  • Definition of disability
  • Legal capacity
  • Data protection of persons with disabilities
  • EU Accessibility Act
  • Accessible public procurement
  • Accessibility of electronic communications

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