Venice Academy of Human Rights

EIUC Centro Inter Universitario
A Venezia - Lido

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  • Corso intensivo
  • Livello avanzato
  • Venezia - lido
  • 8 ore di lezione
  • Durata:
    10 Giorni
Descrizione

The Venice Academy of Human Rights is an international programme of excellence for human rights education, research and debate.

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Venezia - Lido
Riviera San Nicolò 26, 30126, Venezia, Italia
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· A chi è diretto?

Academics, practitioners, PhD/JSD and master students

Cosa impari in questo corso?

Human rights
Integration

Professori

Albie Sachs
Albie Sachs
South African activist and former judge on the Constitutional Court of

Andreas Føllesdal
Andreas Føllesdal
Professor of Political Philosophy at the Norwegian Centre for Human Ri

Armin v. Bogdandy
Armin v. Bogdandy
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and In

Marc Weller
Marc Weller
Professor of International Law and International Constitutional Studie

Marlene Wind
Marlene Wind
EURECO Professor and Director of the Centre for European Politics, Uni

Programma

Theme: (Dis)Integration through Human Rights: Citizens, Courts, Communities

Human Rights often form the basis for integration processes into various communities, be they national, regional or international. In this context, human and fundamental rights are hailed as shared values and foundations of communal convergence. Yet other voices highlight the homogenising, civilising and excluding effects of these integration processes.

The Venice Academy of Human Rights 2015 will look at international, regional and transnational integration processes from an institutional, policy, dogmatic and interdisciplinary perspective. The discussion addresses communities of various actors, including citizens, peoples, minorities, but also communities of international and regional organisations, courts and private bodies. How become communities imaginable and how are they constructed? What role do fundamental and human rights play in building and consolidating these communities? How do courts and judicial bodies forge communities and integration processes? What happens to differences and diverse identities? And what are the darker sides of these processes for those on the periphery or outside the community? These are but some of the questions that the Venice Academy of Human Rights will raise and discuss.

Courses during the first week will focus on topics of multiculturalism, minorities and courts. The second week focuses on the European integration project.