The European Court of Human Rights: What’s at stake? (8 December 2011)

The European Parliament Office in the UK

and the European Institute of University College London

in cooperation with the National Council of Voluntary Organizations

Invite you to the Annual Sakharov Prize Debate on Human Rights:

“The European Court of Human Rights: What’s at stake?”

Thursday 8 December, 16.30-18.00 pm (discussion will begin at 16.30pm), with a drinks reception from 18:00pm

Europe House, 32, Smith Square, Westminster, London SW1P 3EU

with

Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty

Robert Buckland, Member of Parliament for South Swindon

Richard Bellamy, Professor of Political Science and Director of UCL European Institute

Colm P O’Cinneide, Reader in Human Rights Law, UCL

Charles Tannock, Member of the European Parliament

and moderated by

Joshua Rozenberg
BBC Radio 4: Law in Action

Please join us to hear our speakers’ thoughts on this current question and carry on the debate over a drink afterwards. A more detailed introduction to the topic is attached to this e-mail and we would welcome your contributions to the forthcoming debate over Twitter using the hashtag #SakharovDebate.

Places are limited. If you would like to attend the debate, please RSVP to Joanna Zywotko on Joanna.ZYWOTKO@ext.ec.europa.eu or +44 (0) 20 7227 4300

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