Date: 21 October 2021 Time: 14:15-15:45 Venue: Zoom. To receive an invitation to the Zoom-webinar, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Presentation Dr. Alfred Moore Dr. Alfred Moore is a Lecturer in Political Theory at the Department of Politics at the University of York. His research interests include deliberative democracy, social epistemology, politics of expertise and technology and democracy. He also […]
Welcome to a lunch seminar with Fiona Macaulay, Senior Lecturer in Peace Studies at the University of Bradford. On Friday 1st of October , Fiona Macaulay will visit. Join us for a lunch seminar between 11.30- 12.30 at Bergen Global, where she will talk about her new book Transforming State Responses to Feminicide: Women’s Movements, […]
Date/Time: 14 September 2021, 12.30 EDT Online. Please register here. In December 2020, first trimester abortion was legalized in Argentina with the passage of Law 27.610. This historic move presents an inflection point for Argentine democracy, as well as a case study in how rights concepts can be deployed effectively to advance reproductive justice. In […]
Dato: 10. September 09.00-09.45 Sted: Zoom Barnevernfrokost: Konflikthåndtering og kommunikasjon i barnevernssaker Samtaleprosess er en meklingsliknende prosess i saker for fylkesnemndene. Formålet er å «bedre partenes kommunikasjon og gi dem mulighet til å bli enige om løsninger til barnets beste som hel eller delvis løsning på saken» (barnevernloven § 7-25). Hvorfor er det behov for […]
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Recent decades have propelled children onto the societal agenda in new ways. We observe that children are increasingly regarded as individuals with separate interests and rights in many societies as discussed in the Convention of the Rights of the Child (CRC). Children’s right to participate in matters affecting them is a fundamental right stated in the CRC and it is an unequivocal right that should be straightforward for governments, the judiciary and public authorities to implement. Still, reports from children themselves, public audits and research demonstrate that children are not involved and do not participate to the extent that the Convention and the laws prescribe (for example). In this session, experts by experience come together with representatives from civil society, Bergen Municipality and research to discuss how to solve the puzzle with involving and including children in matters concerning them.
This session explores different disciplinary perspectives on criminal insanity. The focus is on the significance of delusions for the law’s understanding of who should be found insane and who should not. While psychotic delusions are commonly related to insanity, it is sometimes difficult to demarcate between delusions and ideological beliefs – seen for instance in the 22 July case. The panelists will enlighten the meaning of delusion from a legal, philosophical and medical perspective, and the possibility of a joint approach will be discussed.
What are the gendered experiences of female judges – on their path to the bench and in their work as professional judges, and what difference does it make to have women on the bench?
This event presents findings from the CMI/LawTransform RCN funded Project Women on the Bench.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, §3(1) establishes the primacy of the best interest of the child, while §12 mandates respect for the views of the child – but what when there is conflict between the two? This roundtable sheds light on this from four different perspectives.
Ruth Rubio Marin (Professor of Law, University of Sevilla and European University Institute) will use the lunch break to interview Julieta Lemaitre Ripoll about her experiences on and off the bench. Julieta Lemaitre is a judge at the Justice Chambers of the Colombian Special Jurisdiction for Peace, created in 2018 to implement the transitional justice component of the 2016 peace agreement. She is also a professor at Los Andes University in Bogota.