20 Sep 11 Oct
19:30 - 21:30
Studium Generale | Lecture Series

Human Rights

This series already started, but it is possible to join the individual lectures.
Human Rights is a topic that is constantly on the agenda. We keep hoping things will change for the better, but atrocities are daily news. Uprisings and big political changes can lead to better human rights conditions, but also to war and crimes against humanity. This series of lectures will explore the significance of human rights in a globalising world. The lectures will demonstrate how human rights are increasingly becoming an instrument with which to challenge the negative side effects of globalisation.


The individual lectures

  1. Protecting Human Right in Europe: Who’s Responsible? (Claes / 27 Sept)
  2. Bystanders to Gross Human Rights Violations (Moerland / 4 Oct)
  3. Human Rights of Future Generations (Coomans / 11 Oct)