Universal Standards of Human Rights and Their Implementation:


Constitutionalism and International Justice at the turn of the era – 2023

Third International Conference – Human Rights Day

Human rights or the principle of the rule of law and the separation of powers are the unifying foundations of constitutionalism and constitutional systems in different regions, in different cultures. The academic conference is thought to take the contours of a new model or models of the relationship between international and national human rights courts as the background for exchanging different views on the structured vision of the future functioning of human rights system in Russia and globally. The use of methods of 'future studies' or ‘foresight’ for global justice should assist in the critical assessment of what should be changed and what should be kept, what should serve as the basis for the re-imagination of constitutional and international justice, which factors and trends will influence the forthcoming developments.
Speakers
  • Tamara Morschakova
    Doctor of Law, Professor, judge of the Russian Constitutional Court (in ret.)
  • Konstantin Sharlovsky
    Head of Healthcare Practice, Perelyaev Group
  • Fatima Tsomartova
    Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Law, Leading Researcher at the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law
  • Sergey Belov
    Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Law, Professor, Dean of the Law Faculty of St. Petersburg State University
  • Alexandra Troitskaya
    Doctor of Law, Professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University
  • Renata Uitz
    Doctor of Law, Professor, Royal Holloway at the University of London
  • András Sajo
    Doctor of Law, Professor, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Judge and Vice-President of the ECHR in ret.
  • Anita Soboleva
    PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Higher School of Economics National Research University
  • Jonathan McCully
    Head of Legal Section, Systemic Justice, the Netherlands
  • Alexander Nurik
    Director of the Center for Social and Labor Rights
  • Vladimir Kryazhkov
    Doctor of Sciences in Law, Professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Research Professor, Faculty of Law of the Higher School of Economics
  • Alexander Kulnev
    Ph.D. Candidate, lawyer at Pepelyaev Group
  • Danil Mamaev
    PhD Student, Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University
  • Anatoly Kovler
    Doctor of Sciences in Law, judge of the ECtHR in ret.
  • Angelika Nussberger
    Doctor of Laws, Professor, Director of the Academy for European Human Rights Protection, University of Cologne; Judge and Vice President of the ECHR in ret.
  • Andrei Medushevsky
    Doctor of Philosophy, full Professor, Faculty of Law, Higher School of Economics
  • Irina Kenenova
    Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Law, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University
  • Vasily Zagretdinov
    Ph.D. Candidate, MJur, MSc (LSE European Institute),
  • Elena Gritsenko
    Doctor of Law, Professor, Faculty of Law, St. Petersburg State University
  • Rick Lawson
    Doctor of Law, Professor, Leiden University
  • Irina Alebastrova
    Doctor of Law, expert at the Center for Constitutional Studies
  • Ivan Brikulsky
    Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Conference recordings