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09/12/2022
Presentation: The German Far-Right, Constitutional Rights and Memory Politics since Reunification.

Ned Richardson-Little helds a presentation at the EuroStorie Research Seminar (Center of Excellence in Law, Identity and and the European Narratives) at Helsinki University, Finland. The Seminar takes place on Friday, 9 December 2022 at 1:00pm – 2:00pm (UTC+3) online via Zoom. For more information visit the EuroStorie’s Website.

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02/12/2022
Revisiting the Dark Legacies of Illiberalism: Varieties of Constitutionalism and Legal-Political Practices in Post-Authoritarian Europe

Until recently, the model of “constitutional tolerance” that allowed for a plurality of constitutional traditions within EU was understood as a strength. Not anymore. The constitutional transformation of Hungary and Poland towards authoritarian regimes in recent years has undermined the belief that despite the plurality there is a constitutional core shared by all member states…

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30/09/2022
Project Workshop, University of Warsaw

On 30 September 2022, the team of the „Towards Illiberal Constitutionalism in East Central Europe: Historical Analysis in Comparative and Transnational Perspectives“ project held a closed workshop in Warsaw, at the site of one of the project partners: the Institute of Sociology of the University of Warsaw. At the workshop, the team members presented their…

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„ … the evolution of a distinctive illiberal constitutionalism in some East Central European EU member states represents a significant political challenge with potentially far-reaching consequences for European integration.”

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09/12/2022
Presentation: The German Far-Right, Constitutional Rights and Memory Politics since Reunification.

Ned Richardson-Little helds a presentation at the EuroStorie Research Seminar (Center of Excellence in Law, Identity and and the European Narratives) at Helsinki University, Finland. The Seminar takes place on Friday, 9 December 2022 at 1:00pm – 2:00pm (UTC+3) online via Zoom. For more information visit the EuroStorie’s Website.

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02/12/2022
Revisiting the Dark Legacies of Illiberalism: Varieties of Constitutionalism and Legal-Political Practices in Post-Authoritarian Europe

Until recently, the model of “constitutional tolerance” that allowed for a plurality of constitutional traditions within EU was understood as a strength. Not anymore. The constitutional transformation of Hungary and Poland towards authoritarian regimes in recent years has undermined the belief that despite the plurality there is a constitutional core shared by all member states…

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30/09/2022
Project Workshop, University of Warsaw

On 30 September 2022, the team of the „Towards Illiberal Constitutionalism in East Central Europe: Historical Analysis in Comparative and Transnational Perspectives“ project held a closed workshop in Warsaw, at the site of one of the project partners: the Institute of Sociology of the University of Warsaw. At the workshop, the team members presented their…

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06/10/2022
Conference Report: Constitutional Imaginaries in Europe, University of Copenhagen

October 6-7, 2022 Michal Kopeček and Matěj Slavík of the Prague team attended a conference held at the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law between 6th and 7th of October. Titled Constitutional Imaginaries in Europe, the conference gathered a group of European scholars mostly composed of constitutional lawyers who tried to explore how Europe is…

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29/09/2022
Warsaw Expert Forum

The Warsaw Expert Forum, which will take place on 29 September at Dom Spotkań z Historią, is the first in the series of forums of the „Towards Illiberal Constitutionalism in East Central Europe: Historical Analysis in Comparative and Transnational Perspectives“ project.  The Forum aims at bringing together historians, legal scholars, justice practitioners and political stakeholders to discuss…

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