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ÚSTAV STÁTU A PRÁVA AV ČR, v. v. i.,

is pleased to invite you to attend a seminar

ENFORCING THE COMMON VALUES IN THE EU? RECENT EXPERIENCE FROM POLAND

TUE, 6 DECEMBER 2016 | MEETING ROOM, 7TH FLOOR, NÁRODNÍ 18, PRAGUE 1

Working Languages Czech, Polish, English, French

PROGRAMME

13:30 – 14:45 COMMON VALUES, THEIR EXISTENCE AND IMPACT

Constitution, Constitutional Tribunal, and Concerns on the International Level
Maria Kruk – Jarosz, professor at Łazarski University, Warsaw

“Good Change” in Poland in the Light of European Democratic Principles
Ewa Poplawska, professor at the Instytut nauk prawnych, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

Constitutional Review in the EU Member States and Its Principles: Reflections from a Comparatist's Point of View
Karel Klíma, head of the Department of Legal Studies and Public Administration and professor at Metropolitní univerzita Praha, o. p. s., Prague

Discussion

14:45 – 15:15 COFFEE BREAK

15:15 – 16:10 POLITICAL SANCTIONS AS A MEANS OF ENFORCING THE COMMON VALUES

Article 7 TEU and The EU Framework to Strengthen the Rule of Law: Between Law and Politics
Jan Grinc, head of EU Affairs Unit, Chancellery of the Senate, Prague, and lecturer at the Department of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague

Sanctions against the Member States in Early Modern Europe: Case of the Holy Roman Empire
Jan Malíř, researcher at the Ústav státu a práva, v. v. i., Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

Discussion

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Workshop

Ústav státu a práva AV ČR
ve spolupráci s
Ministerstvem zdravotnictví ČR
pořádá
workshop a následné diskuzní fórum na téma:

Právní odpovědnost a povinné očkování

Datum konání: 7. prosince 2016

Místo konání: Akademie věd ČR (hlavní budova), Národní 3, Praha 1

Předpokládaný program:
9:00 - 9:30 registrace
10:00 - 15:00 odborný program

Závazné přihlášky zasílejte e-mailem na: ilaw@ilaw.cas.cz.
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Nová kniha

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KAUZALITA V CIVILNÍM PRÁVU
se zaměřením na medicínskoprávní spory

autoři: Adam Doležal, Tomáš Doležal

nyní také v tištěné podobě.


Nová kniha.

V nakladatelství Academia byla vydána kniha autorského kolektivu pod vedením pracovníků Ústavu státu a práva AV ČR: H. Müllerová, D. Černý, A. Doležal a kol.

Kapitoly o právech zvířat: "My a oni" z pohledu filosofie, etiky, biologie a práva.

Předmluva: Kateřina Šimáčková

Praha: Academia, 2016.

Vyšlo v edici Právo - etika - společnost.

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Přednáška

Centre for Law and Public Affairs (CeLAPA).

vás srdečně zve na přednášku

"Climate Change Justice: A Philosophical Introduction", kterou přednese Dominic Roser, Research Fellow at the Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations and at the Law Faculty

Datum konání: 15. prosince 2016 od 10.00 hod.

Místo konání: Právnická fakulta University Karlovy, místnost č. 38

Abstract:

The threat of climate change shapes the 21st century like few other challenges. In response, there is a widespread call for a radical action to prevent future apocalypse. But the question must be asked: how radical does this action need to be? Assuming that living standards continue to grow over time, do we really owe it to our descendants to to sacrifice our current lifestyles? And if radical action does need to be taken, who has the moral responsibility to take the lead: Europe, the US, or China? These questions bring up deep issues of intergenerational and global justice. And our traditional moral theories are not fine-tuned to a challenge of this scale. This session will introduce participants to current approaches to climate justice and their philosophical basis.

Dominic Roser's research focuses on intergenerational justice, global justice, risk, non-ideal theory as well as the relation between economics and ethics. This combination of topics has arisen out of his interest in climate change. Currently, he works on a rights-based theory of decisions under risk and uncertainty and how such a theory must both deviate from and learn from decision-theoretic accounts. He is particularly concerned with applying this theory to risks to human rights of future generations and to the debate about precautionary principles. Dominic Roser is a Research Fellow at the Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations and at the Law Faculty. He has a background in philosophy and economics and has previously worked at the Universities of Bern, Zurich, and Graz.


Přednáška

Centre for Law and Public Affairs (CeLAPA)

vás srdečně zve na přednášku

"Neo-Mediaeval Permutations of Personhood in the European Union", kterou přednese Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen - Faculty of Law

Datum konání: 29. listopadu 2016 od 10:00 hod.

Místo konání: Právnická fakulta University Karlovy, místnost č. 38

Abstract:

The legal understanding of personhood is dynamic and evolves through the ages. This paper shows how a contemporary shift, under the influence of, inter alia, the law of the European Union, provides an unexpected excursion into the past, reminiscent as it is of some pre-modern approaches, thus showing deep-rooted conflicts between how the Union operates and the classical ideology of demos, democracy and citizenship. The fact that this is undoubtedly inadvertent does not alter the outcomes of this process. The new individualism, which the EU tacitly promotes with all its accidental cosmopolitanism is presented here as neo-mediaevalism. The core distinction at the heart of such legal paradigm of personhood is between the free and unfree; the core moral value is the precise apportionment of liberty among the persons in accordance with their legally recognisable chance and circumstance. This paradigm of personh ood, which is essentially private, not public in nature, almost became extinct in contemporary world with the advent of democracy, equality, and the status of citizenship based on the citizen/foreigner distinction. This is what the EU now happens to be reviving. As a result, equality is not treated as a value — not even as a starting presumption; — community does not build on the idea of sovereignty and submission; and liberty is detached from the political realm and does not imply collective self-determination.

Prof. Kochenov's research focuses on Comparative and EU Citizenship Law; Principles and Enforcement of EU Law with an emphasis on the Rule of Law; EU External Relations Law, and the Law of the EU's Overseas. The current work focuses on two monorraphs: 'EU Citizenship: Ius Tractum of Many Faces' (on contract, Hart Publshing) and 'Citizenship' (on contract, MIT Press), both in preparation. Dimitry's most recent edited symposium issue is 'The Great Rule of Law Debate in the EU' (with L.Pech and A. Magen, JCMS 2016). Prof. Kochenov consults governments and international institutions and organizations. He advised the Maltese Republic on citizenship; the government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands on the application of EU law in the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom; the European Parliament on the Rule of Law mechanisms; submitted writted evidence to the House of Lords (UK) and FCO's competences review; participated in informal expert discussions on the future of EU citizenship at the European Commission and Ecosoc's working group on the Future of Europe. He reviews manuscripts for Cambridge, Oxford, Hart, Routledge, Rowman & Littlefield and countless journals; assesses grant applications nationally and internationally. Dimitry participates as an expert in national and international litigation, including international commercial arbitration.

Prof. Kochenov held numerous fellowships and visiting professorships worldwide, including, most importantly, Crane Fellowship in Law and Public Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University (2015-2016), which he combined with a Visiting Professorship at the Princeton University Center for Human Values, teaching a seminar on citizenship; Emile Noël Fellowship at the Jean Monnet Center, NYU School of Law (2010) Senior Clough Fellowship at Boston College Law School (2013), Visiting Chair in Private Law (Citizenship) at Università degli drudi di Torino; Osaka Graduate School of Law, York University (Toronto), UNAM Mexico, University of Ljubljana (Slovenija) etc.

Together with Henley & Partners, the leading global citizenship planning law firm and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Prof. Kochenov releases the Quality of Nationality Index: a simple and reliable methodology of measuring the quality of all the world's nationalities meticulously applied. The index received coverage from the Economist Intelligence Unit and the New Yorker Magazine. Prof. Kochenov is a regular contributor to BBC World and Verfassungsblog. He chairs the Investment Migration Council (IMC): the global association of residence and citizenship by investment professionals.


Nová e-kniha


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