“Between hate and equality: the EU as a guard of human rights and non-discrimination” (EUHatEq) is the project co-funded by the European Union (project number 101047948) that aims to build an inclusive society in the EU by enhancing students’ openness and tolerance.
What we do
The project encompasses teaching activity (including experts’ and students’ lectures) and research activity.
7 courses (330 hrs in total) on different aspects of tackling discrimination and violence motivated by discrimination as well as protection of human rights of vulnerable groups: women and LGBT+ persons in the EU and its Member States, particularly
The on-line guest lectures provided by the legal professionals: lawyers, judges as well representatives of the public bodies, NGOs as well as professional bodies, experts on and researchers in area of political studies, law studies on the topics related to the subject-matter of the project.
The short lectures on-line provided by the students attending the curses addressed to the high school students. It will allow to reach with the Module results groups outside the higher education institutions.
Seminar “EU and vulnerable groups: non-discrimination of women, LGBT+ people and beyond”
Lecture “Application of EU law by the public administration in the Member State”
Lecture “Responsibility of the Member States for violation of their legal obligations”
Lecture „Ethics in public administration”
Lecture “Vulnerable groups in the political communication”
Lecture “Disinformation as a social manipulation tool”
Lecture “Rule of law in the EU and its Member States: protection of vulnerable groups and beyond”
Scientific and research activities
The subject of the study under the EUHatEq project is the protection of women and LGBT+ people (as well as other vulnerable groups) from discrimination in the perspective of the rule of law. The aim of the study is to analyse the scope and quality of protection against discrimination and violence motivated by discrimination in the EU and its Member States, especially in Poland. The study will be conducted in an inter- and multidisciplinary perspectives.
The project is carried out by a close-knit team of professionals from various scientific disciplines
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