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Getting it right? COVID19 Restrictions and human rights

Seminarium

States have reacted with different sets of restrictions to the spread of the COVID19, ranging from mild to severe. Some of these raise issues under international human rights law. As the temporal horizon of the pandemic moves further into the future, with secondary outbreaks becoming a reality, the choice of adequate restrictions and their legal justification will be a central concern. In the framework of this Webinar, we will discuss a number of exemplary situations (the Hungarian lockdown, the situation for asylum seekers on the Greek Islands and the situation in the Nordics) together with the limitations that human rights law impose on restrictions and their upkeep.

Föreläsare: Panelists

Bhupinder S. Chimni, Distinguished Professor of International Law, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India

Boldizsar Nagy, Associate Professor, Dept of International Relations, Central European University, Budapest

Karin Åberg, Doctoral Candidate, Dept of Law, School of Economics, Business and Law, Gothenburg University, Sweden

Chair

Gregor Noll, Professor, Dept of Law, School of Economics, Business and Law, Gothenburg University, Sweden

Datum: 2020-05-06

Tid: 13:00 - 14:00

Kategorier: Ekonomi/juridik

Arrangör: Handelshögskolan vid Göteborgs universitet

Plats: Handelshögskolan, Vasagatan 1
Via zoom

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Kontaktperson: Marie Örninge

Telefon: 031-786 5607

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