“The protection of Hungary’s self-identity and its Christian culture is the duty of all state organizations” says one of the new provisions of the 7th Amendment that was adopted on 20 June to change the country’s Fundamental Law of 2011. This article will highlight the legal, cultural and political background to this with possible consequences. […]
A Comparison: The Accommodation of Dietary Requirements of Religious Minorities in Prisons in Germany and the U.S.
Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group, has the pleasure to invite you to a talk by: Pauline M. S. Weller, PhD researcher, Law Department, EUI, who will present a work-in-progress paper: A Comparison: The Accommodation of Dietary Requirements of Religious Minorities in Prisons in Germany and the U.S. Many religions have dietary requirements that can make […]
A New law in Egypt which grants the president of Egypt the power to appoint the most senior officials in the Egyptian judiciary has recently been passed by parliament and it threatens the very fabric of judicial independence in Egypt. By way of a brief clarification, this blog post does not make the claim that […]
Darshan Datar, Globalization and the transformation of religion: A critical look into Freedom of religion and State Church relationships
Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group has the pleasure to invite you to the talk: “Globalization and the transformation of religion: A critical look into Freedom of religion and State Church relationships” by Darshan Datar, LLM Candidate at European University Institute, Italy On Friday, January 20th, 5-7 pm Sala del Camino, Villa Salviati Fore more information […]
On the 13th of October 2016, the Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group at the EUI was delighted to organise a lecture by Prof. Michel Rosenfeld, University Professor of Law and Comparative Democracy, the Justice Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights and Director, Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory at the Benjamin N. Cardozo […]