26
Jan
2016

26.01.2016 - 28.01.2016
Free
Within the cooperation of Centre for Human Rights and the Council of Europe, Faculty of Law had an honour to host, for the first time, one high representative of the Council of Europe. Namely, on January 26th 2016 the meeting was held with Mr Philippe Boillat - Director General of the Human Rights and Rule of Law, Council of Europe. In the full Ceremony Room, the meeting started with the welcoming remarks of Prof. Dr. Sima Avramović, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade who gave his full support to this cooperation. Then, Mr Boillat gave a keynote speech on the topic “Bringing the Human Rights Back Home - The Role of the Faculties”, after which Mr Mikhail Lobov, Head of Human Rights Policy and Co-operation Department, Council of Europe gave a short lecture on the topic: “Europe Recent Developments Regarding the Reform of the European Court of Human Rights”. The meeting was continued with lectures of two professors of Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Ms Ivana Krstić, Associate Professor, who spoke on the topic: “The Importance of Legal Education in the Area of Human Rights”, and Mr Tanasije Marinković, Associate Professor, who spoke on the topic: “European Court of Human Rights and National Jurisprudence”. The meeting was attended by Ms Milica Vesovic, Project Co-ordinator, Human Rights National Implementation Division, Council of Europe and Ms Silvija Panovic Djuric, Project Manager, Council of Europe Belgrade Office.
01
Mar
2016

01.03.2016 - 03.03.2016
Free
On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, Prof. Dr. Hannes Tretter - Deputy Director in Research Centre for Human Rights, University of Vienna and Coordinator for scientific questions at Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights held lecture on topic: “Hate Speech”. The number of students that followed the lecture, as well as inspiring discussion, indicate the great interest of students for this matter. The lecture is only the first of numerous activities that are going to be organized by Centre for Human Rights in cooperation with Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, having in mind that during the visit of professor Tretter, the agreement on academic cooperation between two institutions was signed. This agreement provides for numerous activities, such as academic exchange, projects, programmes and other forms of cooperation in the field of democracy, rule of law and human rights.
17
Mar
2016

17.03.2016 - 19.03.2016
Free
On Thursday, March 17, 2016 in the Hotel “Metropol”, Centre for Human Rights in cooperation with the Council of Europe organized lecture on topic: “Implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights case law at the national level”. The lecture was organized for students of Faculty of Law University of Belgrade, as well as for the students of Police Academy. At the very beginning students were welcomed by Prof. Dr. Ivana Krstić, who gave an introduction into the topic, after which Ms Maria Filatova and Ms Dagmara Rajska, both Consultants of the Council of Europe, gave lectures about the Implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights with specific focus on Russian and Polish experience. Finally, the lecture was concluded by Ms Silvija Panović-Đurić, from the Council of Europe, Belgrade Office.
13
Apr
2016

13.04.2016 - 15.04.2016
Free
On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, during the ceremony organized in the Conference Room, Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law received 100 books as a donation from Council of Europe. The books are in the field of human rights and among them are titles of some of the most recognized experts. The books were officially handed over to Prof. Dr. Sima Avramović, Dean of the Faculty of Law, who expressed appreciation of this gesture and stressed the need for further cooperation. Participants were welcomed by Prof. Dr. Ivana Krstić, who stressed the importance of such quality literature for specialization of students in the field of human rights. After the ceremonial part, students had an opportunity to hear the lecture of Ms Tatiana Termacic, Head of Human Rights National Implementation Division of Council of Europe, on the topic: "The shared responsibility between the Council of Europe and member states in implementing human rights through cooperation". After the lecture students and professors of the Faculty of Law took part in informal discussion with guests from the Council of Europe.
15
Apr
2016

15.04.2016 - 17.04.2016
Free
On Friday, April 15, in the Conference Room of the Faculty of Law, Centre for Human Rights and GIZ have organized presentation of the analysis of legal protection against discrimination in Serbia, within the project “Legal protection against discrimination in Southeast Europe”. Results of the analyses were presented by Prof. Dr. Ivana Krstić, who has prepared the entire analysis. The purpose of the research was recognizing good practice, as well as challenges and systematic actions directed to the successful legal protection against discrimination in Serbia. Analysis deals with application of anti-discriminatoryprovisions by Commissioner for Protection of the Equality, Ombudsman and judiciary, while taking into account access to the justice, social awareness about legal protection and other practical aspects. Part of the analysis is dedicated to the education in Serbia and the question whether faculties are organizing adequate courses on anti-discriminatory law, as well as whether anti-discriminatory aspect is integrated into their curricula. After the presentation of the analysis, Commissioner for Protection of the Equality – Brankica Janković and representatives of Office for Human and Minority Rights and international and non-governmental organizations took part in the public debate. Moreover, participants were welcomed by Dean of the Faculty of Law, Prof. Dr. Sima Avramović , who once again supported the successful work of the Centre for Human Rights. Professors of the Faculty of Law and interested students also took part in the discussion, which was, after the formal part, continued in more informal manner.

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