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 25 September
FRC Researcher Contributes to the Organisation of the Book Launch: "Building Catalonia: Self-Determination and Emancipation"
During her stay at the Queen Mary University of London, FRC Researcher, Sibel Top , is helping to organise the book launch "Building a New Catalonia: Self-Determination and Emancipation". The event...
Friday 20 September
FRC Researcher Participates as Panellist at Human Rights Event
On 19 September 2019, FRC researcher Júlia Zomignani Barboza participated as a panellist in the event Human Rights in Danger – Tensions and Security in Asia , organised by the World Solidarity Forum...
16 September from 12:00 to 14:00
Gender, Technology & Law
1st session of the Gender, Technology & Law series, co-organised by LSTS and FRC. Session title: “Gender, Technology & Law: A Kind of Mapping”, by Gloria González Fuster . Subjects and...
18 December from 9:00 to 17:30
Final LIVE_FOR Joint Meeting
The last LIVE_FOR event on the “European Investigation Order (EIO) and digital forensic analysis” will take place on December 18, 2018 in the city of Barcelona. Key topics of this event are: European...