Friday, 20 November 2015

Seminar on Procedural Dialogue in the ECHR System

It is still some time away, but good to already inform you of it: on 26 January, Nijmegen University is organising a seminar at the Europe House in The Hague. The aim of the seminar, entitled 'Procedural Dialogue in the European Convention on Human Rights System', is to discuss the ways in which procedural dialogue can be shaped through specific procedures, the Court’s judgments and domestic courts’ reactions. This is the programme: 

10:00-10:30        Registration, coffee & tea
10:30-10:50        Introduction
(L.R. Glas, Radboud University (RU))
10:50-11:10        Judicial dialogue and Protocol 16 – lessons from the European Union
 (J.H. Gerards,RU)
11:10-11:30        Dialogue with the domestic legislature (P. Leach, Middlesex University)
11:30-11:50        Discussion

Coffee & tea break

12:10-12:30        Dialogue through (negative) case-law
(B.E.P. Myjer, Free University Amsterdam and former ECtHR judge)
12:30-12:50        Dialogue and the execution of the Court’s judgments
(E. Lambert Abdelgawad, Université de Strasbourg)
12:50-13:10        Discussion

Lunch break

14:10-14:30        Dialogue, bundling cases and referring cases back
(A.B. Terlouw, RU)
14:30-14:50        Dialogue and procedural reform
(M. Kuijer, VU and Ministry of Security and Justice)
14:50-15:10        Discussion
15:10-15:30        Conclusions
(R.A.A. Böcker, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

High tea

To register, please contact Ms. Charley Berndsen at c.berndsen at jur.ru.nl before 15 January 2016.

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