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Freedom of expression 2020-2021

Research Seminar

 

Organised by Pierre Auriel (Jean Moulin Lyon 3 Université) , Charles Girard (Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University) and Clotilde Nouët (Mohamed VI Polytechnic University)

This research seminar is funded through the ANR JCJC-2018 « EgaLiBex » programme and the COMOD 2018 programme « Freedom of expression: genealogies, models, institutions ».

Participation in the seminar is subject to prior registration at: seminaire.egalibex(at)gmail.com

 

 

        

  

First Term

 

22 October 2020, 18h15-20h00 (17.15-19 GMT) :

Pierre Auriel, Postdoctoral Fellow, Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 

At the marge of the public sphere : freedom of expression of detainees and aliens

 

November 2020, 18h15-20h00 (17.15-19 GMT), online seance

Blondine Desbiolles, PhD in Philosophy,  Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 :

Freedom of expression, between private modesty and public repression: rights, tolerance and civility according to Thomas Nagel 

 

9 November 2020, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), online seance :

Romain Badouard, Associate Professor in Information and Communication Science,  Panthéon-Assas Paris 2 University :

The new laws of the web. Moderation and censorship

 

 

 

Second Term

1 February 2021, 10h00-12h00 (9-11 GMT), Online

            Françoise TulkensEmeritus Professor of Public Law, Catholic University of Leuven, former Vice-President of the European Court of Human Rights :

Freedom of expression and public debate according to the European Court of Human Rights case-law

This session will be held in French.

8 February 2021, 10h30-12h30 (9.30-11.30 GMT), Online

Eric Barendt, Emeritus Professor of Media Law, University College of London

Freedom of Expression in the common law – its role in promoting public debate

 

1 march 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

George Letsas, Professor of the Philosophy of Law, University College of London

Freedom of Expression, Proportionality and the Margin of Appreciation

 

8 March 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Jörn Reinhardt, Professor of Public Law, University of Bremen

Freedom of expression and private powers
 

15 March 2021, 10h30-18h00 (9.30-17 GMT), Caillemer Room, Lyon 3(15 Quai Claude Bernard, Lyon 7ème) 

Conference Genealogies of Freedom of Expression (II): 16th-17th centuries

Organised by Charles Girard (Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 ) et Christopher Hamel (Rouen Normandie University)

Isabelle Delpla, Professor of Philosohy, Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 
Luc Foisneau, Senior Research Fellow in Philosophy, CNRS/EHESS
Thierry Gontier, Professor of Philosophy, Jean Moulin University Lyon 3
Mogens Laerke, Senior Research Fellow, CNRS/IHRIM
Julie SaadaProfessor of Philosophy, Sciences Po Paris

 

29 March 2021, 10h30-12h30 (9.30-11.30 GMT)
Patrick Wachsmann, Emeritus Professor of Public Law, Strasbourg University
The general interest debate according to the European Court of Human Rights case-law

This session will be held in French.

 

19 April 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Jacob Rowbottom, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oxford

Securing an informed public: free speech and the challenges of misinformation

 

26 April 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Orsolya SalatAssistant Professor of Human Rights and Comparative Constitutional Law, ELTE University, Visiting Professor, Central European University

What freedom of expression for the agents of public debate in Europe?

 

17 May 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Helen Fenwick, Professor of Law, Durham University

A critique of audience rights to receive information and ideas under a democratic interpretation of freedom of expression: the stance of the Strasbourg Court

 

24 May 2021, 11h-13 (10-12 GMT), Online

Andrew Kenyon, Professor of Law, University of Melbourne

Sustained plural public speech: free speech, law and democracy

 

31 May 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Marco Bassini, Research Fellow, Bocconi University

Oreste Pollicino, Professor of Constitutional Law, Bocconi University

The ‘active’ profile of freedom of expression: a comparative overview on the European understanding

 

7 June 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Christoph Bezemek, Professor of Law, University of Graz

Preserving the Areopagus: Speech, Liberty and Licence [and the Limits of State Censorship]

 

14 June 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

To be confirmed

 

28 June 2021, 10h-12h (9-11 GMT), Online

Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen, Professor of Public Law, University Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I

Freedom of expression according to Strasbourg (ECHR), San José (IACHR) et Arusha (ACHPR) case-law

This session will be held in French.