The Deficits of the Polish Standard of Human Rights Protection(2010)

29 June 2010, Collegium Iuridicum II, ul. Lipowa 4, room A2

The Deficits of the Polish Standard of Human Rights Protection: The Constitution – the Convention – the Charter

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Panel I

The Essence of the Standard of Human Rights– Prof. Jerzy Zajadło, Chair of Theory and Philosophy of Law and State, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Gdańsk

The Relationship as between the Constitution, the European Convention and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, the Sources of the Standard of Human Rights – Prof. Zdzisław Kędzia, The Chair of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, Adam Mickiewicz University

The Relationship between National Courts and International Courts – the Impact on the Essence of the Standard of Human Rights– Dr. Adam Bodnar, Center for Human Rights, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw

Panel II

Retarded Ratifications of International Instruments of Human Rights Instruments – prof. Roman Wieruszewski & Katarzyna Sękowska-Kozłowska – The Poznań Center for Human Rights Poznańskie, Polish Academy of Sciences

Retarded Implementation of EU Human Rights Instruments–Krzysztof Śmiszek, Polish Association for Antidiscrimination Law

Retarded Implementation of Constitutional Tribunal Judgments – Dr. Marzena Laskowska, Institute of Legal Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences

Panel III

The Presumption of Innocence  – Justice Wojciech Jankowski, Regional Court in Starogardzie Gdański

Freedom of Speech –Maciej Ślusarek, Esq. – Leśnodorski, Śluserek i Wspólnicy

The Refugee – the Alien- Dr. Jacek Chlebny, Supreme Administrative Court

Panel IV

Freedom of Conscience and Religion – Dr. Paweł Borecki, Chair of the Law of Denomination, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw

The Right to Privacy –Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptykon Foundation, Warsaw

Access to Public Information – Dr. Grzegorz Sibiga, Institute of Legal Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences

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