Orsolya Salát: The Right to Freedom of Assembly: A Comparative Study
Lecture of the Budapest Research Group on Constitutional Theory (a cooperation of the Institute for Legal Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Comparative Law and Governance of the Andrássy University Budapest).
Place: Andrássy University Budapest, Lecture Room 5
Time: 16th September 2015, at 6.00 p.m.
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This comparative study is a summary of the dissertation of Dr. Salát examining five influential jurisdictions concerning the freedom of assembly and revealing similarities and inconsistencies between them. Inconsistencies also present challenges for the European Court of Human Rights in developing a coherent assembly doctrine. The book argues that it is time for jurisprudence to move away from a narrowly focused concept of expression, and recognise the creative and expressive value of freedom of assembly.
A rendezvényt az Osztrák Kulturális Fórum támogatta.