Seminar on the Charter of Fundamental Rights

  The聽Academy of European Law (ERA)聽has an event to learn more about聽the Charter of Fundamental Rights. The Charter of Fundamental Rights is a document made by the European Union. It describes all the rights of being a human in Europe. It talks a lot about equality. This means the same rights for all. This seminar...

Seminar on the Charter of Fundamental Rights

 

etr The聽Academy of European Law (ERA)聽has an event
to learn more about聽the Charter of Fundamental Rights.

The Charter of Fundamental Rights
is a document made by the European Union.

It describes all the rights of being a human in Europe.

It talks a lot about equality.
This means the same rights for all.

This seminar is aimed at lawyers who will use
the Charter of Fundamental Rights in their work.

It is in Tier, Germany 15-16 September 2016.

You can read more about it聽here.

 

 

The聽Academy of European Law (ERA)聽is hosting a seminar on the Charter of Fundamental Rights with a focus on social law. It will provide practical training, presentations, group discussions and workshops. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss with colleagues and experts from across Europe the most relevant practical issues and recent developments in the field and to learn how to make use of the Charter in a case before a court.

The key topics of discussion are:

鈥⒙燣egal value of the Charter
鈥⒙燬cope of application and content of the Charter, with a focus on social rights
鈥⒙燞ints on application and interpretation of the Charter
鈥⒙燫elationship with the European Convention on Human Rights and other human rights provisions

The event is 15-16 September 2016 in Trier, Germany and will be delivered in English.

Participation is open to lawyers in private practice wishing to apply the Charter鈥檚 provisions to a case before a court and academics or other legal professionals from EU Member States.

Apply to register聽here.

You can browse upcoming seminars聽here.

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