The Fundamental Rights Research Centre (FRC) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel coordinates and centralizes the many human-rights linked research projects in the law faculty. Both theory of human rights, national human rights law (constitutional law, criminal law, civil law, …) and international human rights law are brought together with the objective of engendering and stimulating integrated human rights research projects.
Wednesday 22 January
FRC Member Presents at Conference on Rights, Dignity and Religion: responding to ‘modern slavery’
On 24 January 2020, Dr Amy Weatherburn will present her doctoral research findings at a conference that considers the responses to modern slavery in the context of ights, dignity and religion hosted...
Monday 16 December
FRC Researcher Presents during Artificial Intelligence Conference
On 13 December 2019, FRC researcher Júlia Zomignani Barboza presented at the 2019 BENELUX conference on Artificial intelligence organised by the European Law Students’ Associations of Belgium...
Friday 21 February from 12:00 to 14:00
Gender, Law and Technology: Gendered Law Making: The Case of Human Trafficking
The 5th session of the Gender, Technology & Law series, co-organised by LSTS and FRC, under the title: “ Gendered law making: the case of human trafficking ”, will take place on 21st February...
Wednesday 15 January from 10:00 to 12:00
Gender, Law and Technology: Sex Robots through Feminist Lenses
The 4th session of the Gender, Technology & Law series, co-organised by LSTS and FRC, under the title: “Sex Robots through Feminist Lenses”, will take place on 15 January 2020 at 10:00-12:00 and...