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VIDEO: "The Revised European Charter" by Karin Lukas - Book Presentation and Panel Discussion

On Tuesday, 7 December 2021, Karin Lukas, Head of Programme Line and Senior Researcher at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental and Human Rights as well as President of the European Committee of Social Rights, presented her commentary "The Revised European Social Charter". The book presentation and panel discussion took place as a hybrid event. The recording of the event can be viewed here.

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Palais de l’Europe, Room 1, second floor, Strasbourg, France

VIDEO "Open research behind closed doors: Assessing the impact of COVID-19 measures on persons with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities deprived of liberty"

Open research behind closed doors

Based on the research results of the project "Open research behind closed doors: Assessing the impact of COVID-19 measures on persons with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities deprived of liberty", the video gives insights into the experiences of people with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities who are detained during the COVID-19 Pandemic and makes recommendations on how the situation of those affected can be improved.

VIDEO: Twinning project to strengthen data protection in Albania

The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental and Human Rights under the Junior Project Lead Hannes Tretter is advising Albania on the subject of data protection as part of a twinning project. The aim is to align Albanian laws with the EU acquis and to strengthen the responsible institutions. In this recently published video, the project is briefly presented.

World Women's Day 2021

Karin Lukas on World Women's Day

"It is disconcerting that we still have to discuss the gender pay gap in 2021", Karin Lukas, Senior Researcher at LBI Fundamental and Human Rights (LBI-GMR), and President of the European Committee of Social Rights (CoE-ECSR), says. "International Women’s Day reminds us that some progress has been made, but we need to do much more to achieve plain justice for women, in the labour market and beyond."

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