The Global Summit

January 1216, 2021

All Concurrent Sessions

Panel 01 — The Challenges in Law & Technology [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session I | 11:30am-1:00pm

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Chair:  Luna Barroso, Rio de Janeio State University

  1. Marisa Almeida Araújo, Lusíada University, CEJEA
    Reprogenetics Autonomy And Crispr Consumers
  2. Luna Barroso, Rio de Janeio State University
    Global Delinking Orders: National Autonomy, Extraterritorial Jurisdiction and Privatization of Freedom of Speech
  3. Giulia Botta, University of Milan
    Challenges for the Right to Privacy and Biometric Data Systems in Kenya: Nubian Rights Forum and Others v. Attorney General Case
  4. Lucas Henrique Muniz da Conceicao, Birkbeck College, University of London
    Digital Constitutionalism and Democracy – Establishing democratic governance within the context of the digital space
  5. Shao-Kai Yang, National Taiwan University
    The Marketplace of Ideas Fails — From the Perspective of Disinformation

Panel 02 — Populism, Extremism, and the Political Climate [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session I | 11:30am-1:00pm

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Chair:  Jill Goldenziel, Marine Corps University-Command and Staff College

  1. João Gabriel Archegas, Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná
    The Necessity of a New Theoretical Approach to Human Rights in Times of Populism.
  2. Prannv Dhawan, National Law School of India University, Bangalore
    Giving Indian Parliamentary Opposition a Slice of (Democratic) Cake
  3. Jill Goldenziel, Marine Corps University-Command and Staff College
    Toeing the Line: The U.S. Military and Partisan Politics
  4. János Mécs, Faculty of Law, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)
    Populist electoral politics in Hungary
  5. Max Steuer, O.P. Jindal Global University, India
    Courts and the Militancy Conundrum: Judicial Responses to Extreme Political Movements in Czechia, Hungary and Slovakia

Panel 03 — Crises & Emergencies [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session I | 11:30am-1:00pm

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Chair:  Marina Roma, Università degli Studi di Genova

  1. Azeem Amedi, Padjadjaran University
    The Death of Indonesian Constitutionalism: The Amendments of the Law No. 24/2003 on Constitutional Court
  2. Konstantinos Margaritis, Hellenic Open University
    Constitutional Aspects of the Mandatory Vaccination for Combating COVID-19 in Greece
  3. Vinícius Nabak, UFJF – Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora
    Emergency budget, fiscal federalism and coronavirus crisis: a brief comparative study on Constitutional Budget Law between Brazil and Germany
  4. Marina Roma, Università degli Studi di Genova
    The budget process in Italy and the crisis of parliamentarism

Panel 04 — Law and Religion [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session I | 11:30am-1:00pm

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Chair:  Antoni Abat Ninet, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  1. Antoni Abat Ninet, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    The Religion of the Constitution
  2. Scott Gerber, Ohio Northern University & Brown University
    The Intellectual History of European Laws about Religious Toleration Prior to the Planting of English America
  3. Mohammad Ibrahim, Universitas Gadjah Mada
    Constitutionalism and Religion in Indonesia: Is Secularisation Possible?
  4. Deeksha Sharma, National Law University, Lucknow, India
    Vulnerability of human rights, ensuing the pitfall of Judicial Review in India

Panel 05 — Separation of Powers & Rule of Law [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session I | 11:30am-1:00pm

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Chair:  Zoltan Pozsar-Szentmiklosy, ELTE Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest

  1. Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu, Academia Sinica
    The Ultimate Test of Fidelity: Legal Responses to Civil Disobedience in Taiwan and Hong Kong
  2. Chris Monaghan, University of Worcester
    What are the comparative lessons for how a reformed version of impeachment might operate in the United Kingdom?
  3. Nicholas Orago, University of Nairobi School of Law
    Effectiveness of constitutional accountability for service delivery: A case study of Kenya
  4. Vasiliki Poula, Department of Law, London School of Economics [Paper co-authored with Eponine Howarth, London School of Economics]
    The Internal Market Bill: a barometer for the difference between legality and constitutionalism in the UK
  5. Zoltan Pozsar-Szentmiklosy, ELTE Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
    The Concept of the Invisible Separation of Powers
  6. Md. Johir Uddin Shohag, Daffodil International University
    Political Economy of Separation of Powers in Bangladesh

Panel 06 — Institutional Independence [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session I | 11:30am-1:00pm

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Chair:  Michael Wasco, Independent Practitioner

  1. Aylin Aydin Cakir, Yeditepe University
    The Varying Impact of Court-Packing on Judicial Independence: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
  2. Shimon Nataf, Kohelet Policy Forum
    Judicial Selection to Constitutional Courts: a Comparative Analysis
  3. Amal Sethi, University of Pennsylvania
    The Tragedy of Judicial Appointments in India
  4. Yuichiro Tsuji, Meiji University Law School
    Independence and accountability of the Judiciary and of the Prosecution in Japan
  5. Michael Wasco, Independent Practitioner
    Effectiveness of constitutional accountability for service delivery: A case study of Kenya
  6. Vineeta Yadav, Penn State University
    Risk and Reward: Politicians Risk Preferences and  Their Support for Judiciaries

Panel 07 — Court-Packing in America: Historical and Experimental Evidence [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session II | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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Chair: Alexander Hudson, Max Planck Institute

  1. William Blake, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  2. Joshua Braver, University of Wisconsin
  3. Amanda Driscoll, Florida State University & Michael J. Nelson, Pennsylvania State University
  4. Robinson Woodward-Burns, Howard University

Panel 08 — Dilemas do poder judiciário no Brasil [Portuguese/Português]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session II | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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Moderação: Ana Cristina Botelho, Tribunal de Contas da União

  1. Jeison Almeida, Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso
    A Proteção da Dignidade Humana pelas Constituições dos Estados Federados Brasileiros: uma Reflexão a partir do Acórdão Omega do TJUE
  2. Ana Cristina Botelho, Tribunal de Contas da União
    Guarda compartilhada da Constituição: mantendo a promessa do constitucionalismo democrático?
  3. Thaiane Cristovam, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
    Populismo judicial e populismo político. Democracia: de onde viemos e para onde vamos? 
  4. Juliana Hoiser, Universidade Federal do Paraná
    O poder de dizer a Constituição no Brasil restrito a uma pessoa: as decisões monocráticas no STF vêm afetando a democracia brasileira com a redução do círculo de intérpretes constitucionais
  5. Saul Tourinho Leal, Instituto Brasiliense de Direito
    Mediações e Conciliações no Supremo Tribunal Federal

Panel 09 — Judicial Review and Electoral Law in a Global Perspective [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session II | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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Chair: Richard H. Pildes, NYU School of Law

Discussant: Graziella Romeo, Bocconi University, Milan

  1. Elisa Bertolini, Bocconi University, Milan
    The Japanese Supreme Court and the equality of the vote: A careful activism
  2. Cristina Fasone, LUISS University, Rome
    The marginal role of European supranational courts in electoral matters: a case of judicial deference?
  3. Irene Spigno, Academia Interamericana de DerechosHumanos, Coahuila
    Mexican troubled constitutional history and the consolidation of an effective electoral justice’s system
  4. Emmanuel Voyiakis, London School of Economics and Political Science
    What is wrong with gerrymandering?

Panel 10 — The Making and Changing of Law and Constitutions [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session II | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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Chair:  Cornelia Weiss, Independent

  1. Alexis Blouet, University of Edinburgh
    Another Normative Look at Constitution-Making: The Pre-Constituent Power
  2. Nathalia Penha Cardoso de França, PUC/SP
    The role of postwar constitutionalism in the consolidation of an international legal common ground
  3. Ming-Sung Kuo, University of Warwick School of Law
    Taming the Leviathan Constitution: A Matter of State (Re-)Formation
  4. Juan Justino Paredes, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar
    Approaches to a metatheory of law
  5. Ilana Rothkopf, University of Notre Dame
    Conflict Related Constitutions and Conflict (non)Recurrence
  6. Cornelia Weiss, Independent
    The Creation of Constitutions in the German Laender Under Occupation by the U.S. in Post-WWII Occupied Germany

Panel 11 — Populisms, Constitutions and the EU: Case Studies and Trends [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session II | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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Chair: Giuseppe Martinico, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa

Discussant: Antonia Baraggia, Università degli Studi di Milano Statale

  1. Amélie Jaques-Apke, EuropaNova
  2. Armen Mazmanyan, American University of Armenia
  3. Fabio Pacini, Tuscia University, Viterbo
  4. Nikos Skoutaris, University of East Anglia

Panel 12 — Digital Revolution Defying Brazilian Constitutional Goals [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session III | 5:00pm-6:30pm

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Chair: Ana Cristina Aguilar Viana, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Federal University of Paraná

  1. Ana Cristina Aguilar Viana, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Federal University of Paraná
    Digital inequality in Brazil: intersectionalities, geodemographies and legal instruments
  2. Bárbara Mendonça Bertotti, Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná
    Brazilian right to health in digital revolution
  3. Lucas Bossoni Saikali, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Federal University of Paraná
    The consequences of fake news to the democracy system: reflecting on the process of electoral choice versus the outcome in terms of voter-party agreement
  4. Fernanda Schuhli Bourges, Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná
    Digital Revolution and Right of Participation in Brazil: “fala.br” System

Panel 13 — Populism and Political Parties [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session III | 5:00pm-6:30pm

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Chair:  Juliano Benvindo, University of Brasília

  1. Juliano Benvindo, University of Brasília
    The Paradox of Party Fragmentation in Brazil
  2. Andrew Cecchinato, University of St Andrews
    On Dark Matters: Constitutionalism in an Age of Rising Tyrannies
  3. Michael Da Silva, McGill University
    The Parallel Arguments for Municipal and Sub-State National Constitutional Authority
  4. Mark Graber, University of Maryland Carey School of Law
    “Born Populist: The Trump Administration, the Courts and the Constitution of the United States”

Panel 14 — Themes in Latin American Constitutionalism [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session III | 5:00pm-6:30pm

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Chair:  Jorge Farinacci-Fernós, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law

  1. Benjamin Alemparte, Duke Law School
    Constraints and institutional interest in Chile’s constitution-making process
  2. Jorge Farinacci-Fernós, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law
    Economic Policy in Latin American Constitutions
  3. Victor Hugo / Renata Naomi Petersen / Tranjan, UFPR – Universidade Federal do Paraná
    Between the people’s will and popular sovereignty: a latin-american approach to the illiberal democracies’ speech
  4. José Ignacio, Catholic University, Venezuela, Central University, Venezuela, Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain, Harvard Kennedy School
    The Ius Constitutionale Commune in Latin America and the state fragility: a vision from the pervasive inequality in the region

Panel 15 — The Architecture and Power of Constitutional Courts [English]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session IV | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Chair:  Jairo Lima, Universidade Estadual do Norte do Paraná

  1. Dante Gatmaytan, University of the Philippines, College of Law
    Revolutionary Constitutions, Regressive Judges: When Courts Defy Waves of Democracy
  2. Jairo Lima, Universidade Estadual do Norte do Paraná [Paper co-authored with Flavia Santiago Lima, Federal Universidade de Pernambuco, Faculty of Law]
    From The Justices We Have To The Justices We Want: an empirical analysis of the constitutional amendment proposals on the nomination process of the STF Justices (1988-2019)
  3. Marieta Safta, Constitutional Court
    The appointment of the constitutional judges. A comparative view.
  4. Ricardo Uvalle, Institute of Legal Research UNAM
    Mexican judiciary reform: an analysis from populism, institutional distrust and political dissent.

Panel 16 — Défis et perspectives dans l’analyse des concepts fondamentaux du droit constitutionnel [French/Français]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session IV | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Président: Nicolas Pauthe, Université de Bordeaux

  1. Nicolas Pauthe, Université de Bordeaux
    La théorie cercliste de l’interprétation constitutionnelle
  2. Jean-Baptiste Pointel, Établissement public territorial “Est Ensemble”
    Interroger la nature coloniale du concept d’Etat
  3. Alejandro Ronderos, Université de Nanterre
    Constitutionalisation de la responsabilité aggravée de l’État en droit international

Panel 17 — Desafios do constitucionalismo democrático: igualdades e democracia  [Portuguese/Português]

January 12, 2021 | Day 1 | Concurrent Session IV | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Moderação: Ariê Scherreier Ferneda, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná

  1. Marcelo Reviglio Bertoncini, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    O caso de Suprema: Tributação e desigualdade
  2. Aron Vitor Fraiz Costa, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Direito constitucional à privacidade e o impacto das inteligências nas relações privadas modernas
  3. Ariê Scherreier Ferneda, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    O dilema das redes e os desafios do constitucionalismo democrático 
  4. Danna Catharina Mascarello Luciani, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Privacidade hackeada e o impacto das redes sociais nas eleições: desafios para um constitucionalismo global

Panel 18 — International law, Globalization & Domestic Constitutional Law [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session V | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair:  Luz Balaj, University of Prishtina

  1. Luz Balaj, University of Prishtina
    The impact of Venice Commission in constitutional changes in transitional democracies
  2. Gadi Ezra, Tel-Aviv University
    The UN Security Council and The Saga of “Global Legislation”: Can Customary International Law Salvage?
  3. Carl Lebeck, Department of Law, Stockholm University
    National regulation of supranational law: from fundamental rights to democratic influence
  4. Alicia Pastor y Camarasa, University of Louvain
    International constitution-making: insights from the making of the 2014 Tunisian Constitution

Panel 19 — The China-Hong Kong Relationship: Problems and Prospects [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session V | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair: Cora Chan, University of Hong Kong

  1. Surya Deva, City University of Hong Kong
    National Security Law: How Hong Kong Courts should Learn to Swim with Sharks
  2. Danny Gittings, University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education
    When Separation of Powers Becomes a Political Football
  3. Pui Yin Lo, University of Hong Kong
    Ending with an “annus horribilis”: A preliminary consideration of the Geoffrey Ma Court of the Hong Kong SAR
  4. Kelley Loper, University of Hong Kong
    International human rights law and Hong Kong’s autonomy

Panel 20 — 臺灣憲法財權保障之新發展 ─ 從司法院大法官解釋與法院實務出發 [Chinese/中文]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session V | 5:00am-6:30am

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主持人 (Chair):林建志 Chien-Chih Lin , 中央研究院法律學研究所副研究員

  1. 易大為 Dah-Wei Yih,國立政治大學法律學系碩士班

國家處理政黨不當取得財之組織程序保障架構 ─ 從政黨及其附隨組織不當取得財處理條例暨司法院釋字第793號解釋出發

  1. 許立儒 Li-Ru Hsu,國立政治大學法律學系碩士班

文化資保存與個人財權之拉鋸 ─ 以法院實務為中心

  1. 廖凡懿 Fan-Yi Liao,國立政治大學法律學系碩士班

都市計畫審查程序及司法審標準分析

  1. 董芃旻 Peng-Min Tung, 國立政治大學法律學系碩士班

我國區段徵收制度與人民財權保障


Panel 21 — Indonesia’s Democratic Decay under President Joko Widodo: Sliding Back Towards ‘New Order’ Authoritarian Values? [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session V | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair: Yassar Aulia, Padjadjaran University

  1. Yassar Aulia, Padjadjaran University
    A Constitutional Crisis Brewing? Indonesian National Police and its Constant Disregard towards Constitutionalism
  2. Muhammad Pasha Nur Fauzan, Padjadjaran University
    Indonesia National Armed Forces as an Encouraging Factor for Indonesia’s Democratic Decay and the Resurrection of New Order’s Militaristic Value
  3. Sayyidatiihayaa Afra Geubrina Raseukiy, Padjadjaran University
    Constitutional Rot in Indonesia: Stretching the Limits of Executive Power
  4. Puspita Nur Suciati, Padjadjaran University
    Repressive Developmentalism in Indonesia: Déjà vu?

Panel 22 — Reconsidering Freedom of Speech in a Digital, Viral World [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair: Jurij Toplak, Alma Mater Europaea and University of Maribor

  1. Mary Anne Franks, University of Miami School of Law
  2. Janny Leung, The University of Hong Kong
  3. Mark Rush, Washington and Lee University
  4. Olivier Sylvain, Fordham University Law School

Panel 23 — Comparative Constitutionalism [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair: Bruno Cunha, University of São Paulo / University of Michigan Law School

  1. Bruno Cunha, University of São Paulo / University of Michigan Law School
    The Court and the world: how the United States Supreme Court shapes constitutional adjudication abroad – the case of Brazil.
  2. Ricardo Cunha, JUSGOV / Law School UMinho
    The growing relevance of the Comparative Constitutional Argument
  3. Petros-Orestis Katsoulas, Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas
    Migration of constitutional ideas and judicial dialogue: towards the consolidation of a liberal constitutionalism
  4. Julian R. Murphy, University of Melbourne, School of Law
    Constitutional Statutes – Global constitutional convergence or context-specific normativity?

Panel 24 — Minorities, Equality & Divided Societies [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair:  Maja Sahadžić, University of Antwerp

  1. Isabel Meireles, Maastricht University
    The use of ceramic frogs as a discriminatory practice against Roma communities in Portugal
  2. Chung Nguyen, National Academy of Public Administration, Vietnam
    Integrity of court system in Vietnamese women’s land inheritance disputes.
  3. Maja Sahadžić, University of Antwerp
    Ethno-Territorial Politics and Sub-National Constitutionalism
  4. Rosemary Salomone, St. John’s University School of Law
    In Search of Transformative Justice: The South African Constitutional Court and the Right to Education in the Language of One’s Choice
  5. Aditi Sheth, National Law School of India University
    Indian Citizenship Law – Cracks Deeper than the Citizenship Amendment Act

Panel 25 — Interpretation of Constitutional Rights [English]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair:  Ioanna Tourkochoriti, National University of Ireland, Galway, School of Law

  1. Rehan Abeyratne, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
    Strategic Cosmopolitanism
  2. Priya Ahsan, Dr Kamal Hossain and Associates
    Right to Health under the shadow of Right to Life – Bangladesh context
  3. Chao-Chin Chan, Georg-August-University Göttingen
    The Development of Human Dignity as one important of the Features of the Constitutionalism in Taiwan: Focus on the Interpretations of Justice-Yuan
  4. Pablo Lerner, Zefat Academic College
    Towards a new legal status of non-human animals
  5. Marcelo Lozada, Externado University
    Climate Policy framed as Constitutional concerns: A blend of Public Law at the heart of Climate litigation in Latin America
  6. Nikhil Purohit, National Law School of India University, Bangalore
    Hate Speech in India: A Discrimination Law Perspective

Panel 26 — Le sfide della differenziazione territoriale [Italian/Italiano]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Presidente: Lorenza Violini, Università degli Studi di Milano

Discussant: Giorgio Grasso, Università dell’Insubria

  1. Elisabetta Catelani, Università degli Studi di Pisa
    Centralizzazione e differenziazione dopo l’emergenza coronavirus. Le problematiche connesse alla tutela della salute
  2. Giammario Demuro, Università di Cagliari
    Il regionalismo italiano alla prova della pandemia da Covid. 19.
  3. Gabriella Saputelli , Istituto di Studi sui Sistemi Regionali Federali e sulle Autonomie “Massimo Severo Giannini”
    I rischi di una differenziazione in stile “devolve and forget”: l’esperienza della devolution nel Regno Unito, prima e dopo Brexit
  4. Lorenza Violini , Università degli Studi di Milano
    Regionalismo differenziato: un cammino a ritroso partendo dai più recenti accadimenti

Panel 27 — Right to Privacy Versus Public Health? The Constitutional Balance of a Contradiction During the COVID-19 Pandemic [Italian/Italiano]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Presidente: Giovanni D’Alessandro, Università Telematica di  Roma “Niccolò Cusano”

  1. Francesco Cirillo, Università Telematica di  Roma “Niccolò Cusano”
    Balance of Rights and Software Design: Contact Tracing Apps for the COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Giovanni D’Alessandro, Università Telematica di Roma “Niccolò Cusano”
    Constitutional Stability in the Face of New Challenges: Emergency As an Exception or As a Rule?
  3. Cristina Gazzetta, Università Telematica di  Roma “Niccolò Cusano”
    Privacy or Health? Different Priorities and Different Balances in a Comparative Perspective
  4. Federico Girelli, Università Telematica di  Roma “Niccolò Cusano”
    Il bilanciamento di diritti costituzionali durante l’Emergenza COVID-19: il caso italiano.

Panel 28 — Diálogo entre as jurisdições constitucionais nacionais e o Tribunal de Justiça da União Europeia no espaço de interconstitucionalidade: entre o consenso e a crispação? [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Moderação: José M. Cardoso-da-Costa, Universidade de Coimbra / Antigo Presidente do Tribunal Constitucional português

  1. Mariana Canotilho, Tribunal Constitucional
    Acordos e dissonâncias em matéria de direitos: uma reflexão sobre o diálogo constitucional no espaço de interconstitucionalidade
  2. Ana Moniz, Universidade de Coimbra
    Da supremacia da constituição à justiça constitucional global: o impulso do diálogo entre o TJUE e as jurisdições constitucionais nacionais
  3. Afonso Patrão, Universidade de Coimbra
    Os parâmetros de intervenção das jurisdições constitucionais nacionais para provocar a desaplicação de atos europeus
  4. Luís Vale, Universidade de Coimbra
    Construção constitucional e desenvolvimento judicial nos projetos de integração: Uma metodologia transjurisdicional, entre os Estados e a União?

Panel 29 — Nouvelles tendances de la justice constitutionelle en Europe. Approche relationnelle et de droit comparé [French/Français]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Président: Nicoletta Perlo, Université de Toulouse 1 Capitole

  1. Audrey Bachert, Université de Metz
    La relation entre juges constitutionnels et autorités politiques en Europe. Perspective compare
  2. Anna Maria Lecis Cocco Ortu, Institut d’études politiques de Bordeaux
    Nouvelle tendances de la communication publique des cours constitutionnelles
  3. Julien Padovani, Université de Bordeaux
    L’evolution de la justice constitutionnelle en Europe. Une nouvelle lecture des modélisations classiques
  4. Nicoletta Perlo, Université de Toulouse 1 Capitole
    Les juges constitutionnelle et éuropéens interprètes d’un système normatif pluriel: vers une “maison commune des droits”?

Panel 30 — Le constitutionnalisme sauvage en temps de crise en France:  Comment penser la Constitution hors de la Constitution? [French/Français]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Président: Dominique Rousseau, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

  1. Théo Ducharme, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
    Les décideurs en période de crise
  2. Mathilde Heitzmann-Patin, Université du Mans
    Le rôle du citoyen en temps de crise
  3. Julien Jeanneney, Université de Strasbourg
    Les institutions en période de crise
  4. Xavier Philippe, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
    Le déclin des standards constitutionnels en temps de crise en France: vers une remise en cause des exigences constitutionnelles?

Panel 31 — Le nuove sfide del costituzionalismo [Italian/Italiano]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Presidente: Giammaria Gotti, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa

  1. Alessandro Fricano, Università degli Studi del Molise
    La tutela costituzionale dell’ambiente. Quali prospettive?
  2. Giammaria Gotti, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa
    La Democrazia e i partiti politici oltre il livello nazionale: una sfida per il diritto costituzionale
  3. Luana Leo, Università del Salento
    La crisi del Costituzionalismo italiano. Verso il tramonto?
  4. Ilaria Rivera, Università degli studi di Pavia
    La gestione della pandemia tra diritto e scienza

Panel 32 — Reformas constitucionais, nacionais e globais [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Moderação: Giulia Andrade, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná – Brazil

  1. Jenyffer Araújo, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas
    Estudo histórico da adoção da seriatim practice pelo Supremo Tribunal Federal
  2. Ana Luiza Baccin Carvalho, Universidade Federal do Paraná
    Reeleição para cargos do poder executivo e suas consequências para a democracia brasileira
  3. Daniel Castro Neves, Parlamento Europeu
    Tributação, representação e integração constitucional: pode a União Europeia eleger os seus recursos?
  4. Caio Bello Piller, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas
    Estudo do procedimento de deliberação colegiada “opinion of the court” adotado pela Suprema Corte dos Estados Unidos da América
  5. José Marco Tayah, Faculdade Lusófona
    Precedentes judiciais vinculantes como meio de efetivação dos princípios constitucionais da eficiência e da razoável duração do processo 

Panel 33 — Estado de Direito, Proteção das Minorias e Efetividade dos Direitos Econômicos, Sociais e Culturais [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Moderação: Thiago Dória Moreira, Universidade Salvador

Comentário: Geovane Peixoto, Universidade Federal da Bahia e Universidade Salvador

  1. Saulo José Casali Bahia, Universidade Federal da Bahia
    Contituição multicultural
  2. Marina Costa Esteves Coutinho, Durham University
    O pacto patrimonialista e sua violência simbólica: as razões, iracionais da destruição dos indígenas e dos encantados
  3. Miguel Calmon Dantas, Universidade Federal da Bahia e Universidade Salvador
    A Constituição minoritária e o direito fundamental ao trabalho sob a perspectiva do máximo existencial
  4. Murilo Gaspardo, Universidade Estadual Paulista
    As violações dos direitos econômicos e sociais no contexto da ascensão do autoritarismo e da globalização financeira

Panel 34 — A dialética corporal dos negros no Brasil [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Moderação: Cinara Matoso Machado da Silva, FESP-PR

  1. Silmara de Fatima Mielke, PUC-PR
    objetificação do corpo negro
  2. Cinara Matoso Machado da Silva, FESP-PR
    Questões de preconceitos raciais, de gênero e outros
  3. Marcela Marcelo, UFPR
    Direitos políticos da população negra

Panel 35 — Os impactos da longevidade nos direitos fundamentais da seguridade social no Brasil [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Moderação: Lailiane Moreira, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

  1. Tônia Galleti, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
    Aposentadoria e vulnerabilidade
  2. Donato Moutinho, Tribunal de Contas do Estado do Espírito Santo
    Direito à saúde como direito humano social
  3. Carla Queiroz, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
    Impacto do envelhecimento populacional no benefício de assistência social de prestação continuada

Panel 36 — Cambio constitucional en México: hiper-reformismo, formalismo y populismo democrático [Spanish/Español]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Presidente: José Mario de la Garza-Martins, Escuela Libre de Derecho, México

Comentarista: Francisca Pou-Giménez, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, México

  1. Sebastián Incháustegui-Arroyo, Universidad Panamericana, México
    Reforma constitucional y demanda popular
  2. Jaime Olaiz-González, Universidad Panamericana, México
    Cambio del mecanismo de reforma constitucional e inconstitucionalidad de reformas constitucionales: segunda estrategia de transformación del mecanismo de cambio constitucional en México
  3. Hugo Saúl Ramírez-García, Universidad Panamericana, México
    Cláusulas pétreas: primera estrategia de transformación del mecanismo de cambio constitucional en México
  4. Daniel Eduardo Torres-Checa, Escuela Libre de Derecho, México
    Hiper-reformismo y cultura constitucional en México

Panel 37 — Reforma y desmembramiento constitucional: comentarios al libro de Richard Albert [Spanish/Español]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session VIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Presidente: Catarina Santos Botelho, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

  1. Vicente F. Benítez-Rojas, Universidad de La Sabana, New York University
  2. Andrés Gutiérrez Beltrán, Universidad Externado de Colombia
  3. Humberto Sierra Porto, Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos
  4. Mariana Velasco Rivera, Universidad de Gottingen

Panel 38 — Populismo, conflito e democracia: novas formas de constituição  [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session IX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Moderação: Gabriel Fonçatti, Universidade Federal do Paraná

  1. Gabriel Fonçatti, Universidade Federal do Paraná
    Raízes e razões do populismo inscritas no constitucionalismo liberal
  2. Barbara Lazarotto, Universidade do Minho
    A regulação das notícias falsas em Portugal e eventuais repercussões constitucionais
  3. Giulia Helena Cavassim Medeiros, Universidade Federal do Paraná
    Ascensão e preponderância de regimes populistas
  4. Mateus Cavalheiro Quinalha, Universidade Federal do Paraná
    A vontade de constituição num contexto de fragmentação social

Panel 39 — Efetivação de direitos fundamentais  [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session IX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Moderação: Giulia Andrade, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná – Brazil

  1. Clayton Couto, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Constitucionalismo social, Poder Judiciário e a efetividade dos direitos fundamentais no Brasil
  2. Isabella Bittencourt, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas
    Estado “juristocrático” de direito: entre a judicialização da política, o ativismo judicial e o sistema dos precedentes
  3. Rebecca Groterhorst, Faculdade Estácio de Carapicuíba
    Diálogo entre Cortes Constitucionais: Reflexão sobre novos paradigmas decisionais na efetivação de direitos fundamentais na América Latina
  4. Raquel Reis, Tribunal Tributário de Lisboa
    Mais-valias imobiliárias no âmbito da categoria G do IRS e valor patrimonial tributário apurado nos termos do Código do IMI
    Breve reflexão em torno do Acórdão do Tribunal Constitucional n.º 211/2017

Panel 40 — Desafios para o constitucionalismo à luz do cinema e da literatura: Nôma– Norma e arte  [Portuguese/Português]

January 13, 2021 | Day 2 | Concurrent Session IX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Moderação: Miriam Olivia Knopik Ferraz, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná

  1. Sabrina Maria Fadel Becue, Universidade de São Paulo
    A vida invisível: Ruptura do modelo patriarcal de família, a partir da Constituição Federal de 1988
  2. Miriam Olivia Knopik Ferraz, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Eles são parasita: Crítica ao constitucionalismo global e exclusão dos trabalhadores de margem
  3. Camila Salgueiro da Purificação Marques, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    A evolução dos direitos das pessoas transexuais no Brasil e na França: uma abordagem a partir da obra do “Ponto Cardeal” de Léonor de Récondo
  4. Cristiane Aparecida Stoeberl, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Movimento de constitucionalização dos direitos da criança e sua importância na identificação do bullying nas escolas

Panel 41 — States of Emergency in the MENA Region: Challenges, Trends and Perspectives [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session X | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair: Francesco Biagi, University of Bologna

  1. Sanaa Alsarghali, An-Najah University
    Semi-presidential System in Times of Emergency: The Case of Palestine
  2. Tamara El Khoury, IE University
    Consociationalism and States of Emergency: The Case of Lebanon
  3. Siraj Khan, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law
    States of Emergency and the Shari’a: Harm and Necessity in Constitutional Law and Islamic Law
  4. Islam Mohammed, Central European University
    The Role of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt (SCCE) Under the Emergency Challenge

Panel 42 — Delegation and Representation as Opportunities Contributing to the Revival of  Modern Democracy [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session X | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair: Iwona Wróblewska, Nicolaus Copernicus University

  1. Tomasz Brzezicki, Nicolaus Copernicus University
  2. Anna Tarnowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University
  3. Wojciech Włoch, Nicolaus Copernicus University

Panel 43 — Constitutional Law in the Age of Polarization [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session X | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair: Rosalind Dixon, University of New South Wales

Discussant: David Landau, Florida State University College of Law

  1. Daniel Epps, Washington University in St. Louis – School of Law
    Polarization in the US Supreme Court
  1. Moshe Cohen-Eliya, College of Law and Business & Iddo Porat, College of Law and Business
    Polarization and Apex Court in Comparative Perspective
  1. Tarun Khaitan, University of Oxford
    Polarization and Fourth Branch Institutions
  1. Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School
    American Polarization

Panel 44 — The Populist Challenge to the Istanbul Convention: The Cases of Hungary, Poland and Turkey [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session X | 5:00am-6:30am

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Chair: Agnieszka Bień-Kacała, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland

  1. Tímea Drinóczi, University of Pécs &  Lídia Balogh, Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest
    The (non-)ratification of the Istanbul Convention: specificities of the related political discourse in Hungary
  2. Julia Kapelańska-Pręgowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland
    Istanbul Convention in Poland – from ratification to withdrawal?
  3. Valentina Rita Scotti, Koç University – School of Law
    The debate on the Istanbul Convention in Turkey: a populist reinterpretation of the principle of gender equality
  4. Katarzyna Sękowska-Kozłowska, Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences
    Poland and the baseline GREVIO’s evaluation

Panel 45 — Il ruolo del dissenso nella partecipazione politica: nuove sfide e questioni irrisolte del costituzionalismo contemporaneo [Italian/Italiano]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Presidente: Laura Lorello, Università degli Studi di Palermo

  1. Luciana De Grazia, Università degli Studi di Palermo
  2. Isabella Maria Lo Presti, Università degli Studi di Palermo
  3. Gaspar González Represa, Università degli studi della Campania L. Vanvitelli e Università di Malaga
  4. Ángel Rodríguez, Università di Malaga

Panel 46 — Crisi dello Stato democratico tra emergenza e sfide securitarie. Riflessioni a partire dal caso italiano. [Italian/Italiano]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Presidente: Maria Grazia Rodomonte, Università Sapienza Roma

  1. Maria Grazia Rodomonte, Università Sapienza, Roma
    Crisi della rappresentanza parlamentare e pluralismo territoriale: i rapporti tra Stato e Regioni nell’emergenza sanitaria
  2. Ludovica Durst, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
    Sicurezza e Stato tra trasformazioni sociali e nuove domande di diritti
  3. Giulia Santomauro, Università Sapienza Roma
    Ius migrandi e sicurezza pubblica: i confini sotto stress
  4. Gavina Lavagna, Università Sapienza Roma
    Emergenza sanitaria, diritti sociali e ruolo del digitale: lo Stato nella dimensione virtuale

Panel 47 — 比較法觀點的權利保障與實踐 [Chinese/中文]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XI | 7:00am-8:30am

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主持人 (Chair):陳慧雯 Hui-Wen Chen (University of Warwick)

與談人 (Discussant):蘇彥圖 Yen-Tu Su (中央研究院法律學研究所副研究員)

  1. 黃怡禎 Yi-Chen Huang (國立政治大學法律學系博士班):
    語言權利的概念發展與保障 — 以臺灣與歐洲之實踐情況為比較分析
  2. 簡澤濠Derek Chien Che Hao (國立臺灣大學法律學系):
    香港法院行使司法審的可能性與侷限性 — 以同志伴侶權益的發展為例

Panel 48 — Between the People and the Constitution: The Deconstruction of the Notion of Populist Constitutionalism [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair: Tomasz Stawecki, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration

Discussant: Krzystof Kaleta, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration

  1. Wojciech Graboń, University of Warsaw, Doctoral School of Humanities
    Undisclosed transformations: the populist executive as a means to rework the legal framework
  2. Jakub Sawicki, Collegium Invisibile Academic Society
    A new republicanism? The populist method of resolving axiological differences
  3. Marcin Woźny, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration/ Faculty of Philosophy
    Constitutionalism against populism in the area of legal interpretation
  4. Konrad Wyszkowski, University of Warsaw, Doctoral School of Humanities
    The fulfilled premise of democracy? Contemporary systems of judicial appointments

Panel 49 — Direitos fundamentais no constitucionalismo luso-brasileiro [Portuguese/Português]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Moderação: Anelize Caminha, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná

  1. Anelize Caminha, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    A autonomia privada familiar como expansão das capacidades no Brasil
  2. Sofia Caseiro, Escola Superior de Educação e Ciências Sociais do Politécnico de Leiria
    A privacidade e os dados pessoais em tempo de pandemia
  3. André Fagundes, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Coimbra
    A liberdade de culto e o direito de associação das minorias religiosas numa comunidade constitucional inclusiva
  4. Jaqueline Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas
    Famílias Acolhedoras: análise do processo de reintegração familiar no município de Campinas-SP
  5. Devilson Sousa, Universidade do Minho
    A mutação do direito fundamental à intimidade e sua nova leitura no ordenamento jurídico

Panel 50 — Desafios do constitucionalismo contemporâneo [Portuguese/Português]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Moderação: Luis Claúdio Martins de Araújo, Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado de Capitais

  1. Luis Claúdio Martins de Araújo, Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado de Capitais
    Simbolismo constitucional e legitimação social nas democracias recentes
  2. Larissa Milkiewicz, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Análise de impacto regulatório de agrotóxicos à luz da Constituição federal brasileira
  3. Daiana Allessi Nicoletti Alves, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Feminismo e Democracia: A Sub-Representação das Mulheres na Política Institucional Brasileira
  4. Yasmin Fernandes Soares da Silva, Universidade Estadual Paulista
    Imunidades Parlamentares e Reforma Constitucional: a Constitucionalidade da Emenda Constitucional n. 35/2001
  5. Vivian Valle, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná
    Direito à privacidade de dados, monitoramento virtual e democracia: limites e possibilidades da vigilância massiva no Estado Democrático de Direito

Panel 51 — Resiliência do estado de direito democrático [Portuguese/Português]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Moderação: Tailine Hijaz, Universidade Federal do Paraná

  1. Desirée Cavalcante Ferreira, Universidade Federal do Ceará
    Crises e reformas constitucionais na América Latina: Análise da manipulação de conceitos por governos populistas
  2. Thamar Cavalieri, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
    Ética nas instituições: o gerenciamento de conflitos de interesses como ferramenta para o fortalecimento da democracia
  3. Tailine Hijaz, Universidade Federal do Paraná
    Crise democrática e o Zeitgeist pós-político: contribuições do modelo de democracia radical proposto por Chantal Mouffe
  4. Rodrigo Magalhães, Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado de Capitais
    Simbolismo constitucional e legitimação social nas democracias recentes
  5. Cindy Palha, Universidade do Minho
    Segmentarização ou unificação: o “do 8 ao 80” da organização do poder político

Panel 52 — Igualdade e direitos sociais [Portuguese/Português]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Moderação: André Luís de Lima Maia, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

  1. André Grossi, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas
    A Regularização Fundiária como Política Pública de Efetivação do Direito Fundamental à Moradia Adequada
  2. André Luís de Lima Maia, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
    Economia social e solidária e os direitos humanos: para a redução da pobreza e da exclusão social
  3. Mariana Pinguelli, Universidade Estadual de Londrina
    O papel do escritório de aplicação de assuntos jurídicos da Universidade Estadual de Londrina na garantia dos preceitos constitucionais e da democracia
  4. Wilson Seraine da Silva Neto, Universidade de Coimbra
    A força constitucional dos direitos sociais como provedor do modelo de desenvolvimento econômico de Amartya Sen

Panel 53 — El control jurisdiccional de la Administración desde la óptica del neoconstitucionalismo [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XII | 9:00am-10:30am

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PresidenteMirta Gladis Sotelo de Andreau, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste
Argentina

  1. Miguel Andrés GoldfarbUniversidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina
    Los alcances del control judicial en materia de servicios públicos en Argentina
  2. Mauricio GoldfarbUniversidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina
    Los límites constitucionales sustanciales y procedimentales para la aplicación de medidas de restricción de derechos
  3. Luis Eduardo Rey Vázquez, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina
    El control judicial de la actividad administrativa en la jurisprudencia de la Corte Suprema de la Nación Argentina y en el Sistema Interamericano

Panel 54 — Justicia constitucional y democracia en México [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XII | 9:00am-10:30am

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PresidenteJosé Ramón Cossío Díaz, El Colegio Nacional, México

  1. Leticia Bonifaz Alonzo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    México – La justicia constitucional y la división de poderes en México
  2. Miguel Carbonell, Centro de Estudios Jurídicos Carbonell A.C.
    México – La justicia constitucional como pedagogía democrática
  3. Luis Felipe Nava Gomar, Universidad Iberoameicana
    México – Democracia parlamentaria y jurisdicción constitucional en México
  4. Mariana Velasco Rivera, Universidad de Gottingen
    Alemania – La reforma judicial que México no necesita

Panel 55 — Nuevas perspectivas de los derechos fundamentales en el constitucionalismo contemporáneo [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XIII | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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PresidenteJuarez Freitas, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

  1. Marianela Armijos Campoverde, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja-Ecuador
    Migración de retorno como derecho constitucional en Ecuador
  2. Darío Díaz Toledo, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Ecuador
    Derecho a la ciudad ¿Derecho o principio en Ecuador?
  3. Mateus Domingues Graner, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brasil
    Intercambio de datos personales por parte de la administración pública: una ponderación entre la protección de los derechos fundamentales y el tratamiento de la seguridad pública
  4. Juarez Freitas, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
    Constitución y Sostenibilidad
  5. Ramon Huapaya, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Perú, Perú
    La constitucionalización del derecho administrativo en Perú a partir del derecho fundamental al debido proceso administrativo
  6. Diana Paola de Mata Ruiz, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala
    La privacidad de datos en Guatemala y los derechos fundamentales que se derivan de la misma según la jurisprudencia de la Corte de Constitucionalidad

Panel 56 — Democracia constitucional, participación popular y elecciones: aspectos actuales [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XIII | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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PresidenteKarlos Navarro, Instituto Iberoamericano de Estudios Superiores, Nicaragua

  1. Carlos Luque, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste- Argentina
    Democracia participativa y concentración de poder
  2. Karlos Navarro, Instituto Iberoamericano de Estudios Superiores, Nicaragua
    La reelección presidencial y la sentencia de la Sala Constitucional
  3. Cristian Oswaldo Andrade Barbotó, Consejo de la Judicatura, Ecuador
    Democracia deliberativa y el derecho constitucional de políticas públicas en respuesta contra el Covid-19
  4. Juan Justino Paredes Chura, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Bolivia
    Democracia constitucional y deliberación inclusiva: “mini-publics en procesos de iniciativa y reforma legislativa”
  5. Alberto Yepes Barreiro, Consejo de Estado, Colombia
    La autonomía del derecho electoral en Colombia

Panel 57 — Cortes constitucionales, control jurisdiccional y reformas constitucionales [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XIII | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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PresidenteJhonathan Avila, Tribunal Constitucional, Perú

  1. Jhonathan Avila, Tribunal Constitucional, Perú
    El Control Constitucional de los Actos Políticos por parte del Tribunal Constitucional del Perú
  2. Lorena Vanesa Elizalde, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
    Reforma Judicial en Argentina – Recurso Extraordinario Federal
  3. Leslie Obando Gamarra, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Perú
    Control constitucional de la deliberación parlamentaria en el Perú
  4. Gonzalo Pérez, Universidad Monteávila, Venezuela
    Diálogo judicial entre altas cortes de justicia y activismo constitucional
  5. Galimberty Rossinaldo Ponce Flores, Universidad Nacional del Altiplano, Perú
    Fundamento, función y procedimiento de la reforma constitucional: evaluación y análisis crítico de las reformas realizadas a la Constitución Política de 1993
  6. Gustavo Silva, Universidad de Otavalo, Ecuador
    El estado constitucional de derechos y justicia ¿nuevo modelo constitucional?

Panel 58 — La tutela de los derechos humanos de las minorías en el Estado Constitucional [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XIII | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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PresidenteAna Lilia Robles Juarez, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Colombia

  1. Paula Alejandra Castro Ruiz, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Colombia
    Libertad sexual y reproductiva, una idea utópica
  2. Benjamin Gajardo, Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile
    La arquitectura de la discriminación en las personas con discapacidad: una propuesta de construcción normativa
  3. Javier Miguel Ortiz, Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación de México, México
    La Constitución mexicana y los derechos de los pueblos y comunidades indígenas: el alcance de la universalidad del sufragio
  4. Ana Lilia Robles Juarez, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Colombia
    El sistema federal y la protección a derechos humanos

Panel 59 — La justicia constitucional ecuatoriana. Balance y perspectivas [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XIII | 3:00pm-4:30pm

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PresidenteAndrés Martínez Moscoso, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

  1. Karla Andrade Quevedo, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
    La acción extraordinaria de protección desde la jurisprudencia de la corte constitucional
  2. Mauricio Maldonado Muñoz, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
    El matrimonio igualitario en el Ecuador. Argumentos en torno a la decisión de la Corte Constitucional
  3. Daniela Salazar, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
    Impacto de las Opiniones Consultivas de la Corte Interamericana en la jurisprudencia de la Corte Constitucional del Ecuador: el caso del matrimonio igualitario
  4. Farith Simon, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
    Justicia Constitucional y los “nuevos” derechos

Panel 60 — Judicial & Constitutional Institutions [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3Concurrent Session XIV | 5:00pm-6:30pm

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Chair:  Susan Achury, Texas Christian University

  1. Susan Achury, Texas Christian UniversityDoes the formal authority of constitutional courts matter? Reassessing the explanations for judicial assertiveness in Latin America
  2. Rafael Bitencourt Carvalhaes, Southeast Federal Institute of Minas Gerais and Fluminense Federal UniversityQuestioning Our Faith In The Judiciary: From Institutional Entrenchment To The Monopoly Of Constitution.
  3. Luccas Chiamulera Böhler, Universidade Federal do ParanáThe Institutional limitations of constitutional courts – A case study of the German constitutional court (BVerFGE, Germany).
  4. Enrique Rabell-Garcia, Universidad Autonoma de QueretaroConstitutional Justice in Mexico
  5. Huseyin Ural Akuzum, Gedik Law School, IstanbulLitigation Funding; from the perspective of ConstitutionalRight of Access to Justice
  6. Steven Wang, Harvard Law SchoolIndigenous Constitutionalism and Global Legitimacy: Uncovering Roots of Constitutionalism in the Chinese Past

Panel 61 — Law in the Digital Age [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3Concurrent Session XIV | 5:00pm-6:30pm

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Chair:  Shireen Morris, Macquarie Law School

  1. Giovanni De Gregorio, University of Milano-BicoccaDigital Constitutionalism: A Comparative Constitutional Analysis across the Atlantic
  2. Nedim Hogic, Sant’ Anna School of Advanced Studies [Paper co-authored with Sumeyye Elif Biber, Sant’ Anna School of Advanced Studies]Inter-legality and Online States
  3. Yinn-Ching Lu, National Taiwan UniversityThe Theoretical Foundations of the Right to Explanation
  4. Shireen Morris, Macquarie Law School [Paper co-authored with Andrew Ball, Accenture]Technology, Inequality and Democratic Decline: Is Australia at Risk?

Panel 62 — Perspectivas do estado de coisas inconstitucional no Brasil  [Portuguese/Português]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XV | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Moderação: Nivea Corcino Locatelli Braga, Universidade Estácio de Sá

  1. Nivea Corcino Locatelli Braga, Universidade Estácio de Sá
    O estado de coisas inconstitucional no Sistema Prisional brasileiro
  2. Henrique Lopes Dornelas, Universidade Estácio de Sá
    Análise das mudanças ocorridas em relação ao investimento em políticas e programas sociais à luz do princípio da vedação do retrocesso social
  3. Wilson Tadeu de Carvalho Eccard, Universidade Federal Fluminense
    Destruição do meio ambiente no Brasil: estado de coisas inconstitucional?
  4. Eduardo Manuel Val, Universidade Estácio de Sá e Universidade Federal Fluminense
    Possibilidades de diálogo jurisprudencial efetivo no âmbito do direito comparado interamericano

Panel 63 — Poder Constituyente, Reforma y Control Constitucional [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XV | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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PresidenteImer B Flores, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

Comentarista: Gonzalo Ramírez Cleves, Universidad Externado, Colombia

  1. Joel I. Colón-Rios, Victoria University of Wellington, Nueva Zelanda
    La Constitución Material en las Cortes
  2. Luisa Fernanda García López, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia
    Alcance de las decisiones de la CIDH en el orden constitucional colombiano
  3. Milton César Jiménez Ramírez, Universidad de Caldas, Colombia
    Constitucionalismo procesal débil y control a la reforma constitucional

Panel 64 — Proceso constituyente y cambio climático. La experiencia chilena [Spanish/Español]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3 | Concurrent Session XV | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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PresidentePilar Moraga, Universidad de Chile, Chile

  1. Camilo Cornejo, Universidad de Chile, Chile
    Ciudades resilientes y funciones ecosistémicas como preocupaciones constitucionales de Magallanes y el extremo sur de Chile
  2. Dominique Hervé, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
    Justicia ambiental y nueva constitución
  3. Pilar Moraga, Universidad de Chile, Chile
    Las futuras generaciones y la constitución
  4. Rodolfo Sapiains, Universidad de Chile, Chile
    Perspectivas locales del proceso constituyente: una mirada desde la Patagonia

Panel 65 — Judicial Review – Activist Courts [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair:  Bruno Camilloto, Federal University of Ouro Preto

  1. Vasu Aggarwal, National Law School of India University
    Manifest Arbitrariness Doctrine
  2. Daan Bijnens, Hasselt University
    Trust is good, control is better?’ The upcoming tendency towards judicial review of the legislative process.
  3. Bruno Camilloto, Federal University of Ouro Preto
    Rule of Law under extreme conditions: the contribution of the Judiciary to the erosion of the Democratic Constitutionalism in Brazil
  4. Dhruv Sanghavi, University of Amsterdam
    Hamilton’s Prophecy: How Judicial Activism Can Morph Into Overreach and Corruption
  5. Mohammed Wattad, Zefat Academic College, School of Law
    The Judicial Branch in Israel

Panel 66 — Constitutional & Democratic Retrogression [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair:  Aeyal Gross, Tel Aviv University

  1. Laura-Stella Enonchong, De Montfort University
    ‘Timorous Souls’ and ‘Bold Spirits’. Emerging Trends in the Judicial Protection of Democracy in Africa
  2. Haroldo Capelletti Nogiri Filho, UFPR
    Bolsonaro’s government and the danger to democracy: rigging and authoritarianism regarding the appointment of rectors in public universities
  3. Aeyal Gross, Tel Aviv University
    From Transitional Justice to Democratic Backsliding: The  Limits of the Comparative Discussion and the Liberal Model
  4. Haliza Nur Rifdah, Padjadjaran University
    The Plastic Democracy and its Threat to Independent Institutions
  5. Ioannis Tassopoulos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
    Background Principles of Constitutional Law: A Legal Response to Constituent Power?

Panel 67 — EU and the Relationship Between National and Supra-National Law [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair:  Mónika Márton, University of Pécs

  1. Elad Gil, Hebrew Uninversity
    The Margin of Appreciation as a Foreign Relations Law Doctrine
  2. Lynn Hillary, Open University of the Netherlands
    Loyalty as a General Principle of EU Law
  3. Mónika Márton, University of Pécs
    European Legal Tradition and the (Hidden) Discretionary Powers of Member States
  4. Daniel Castro Neves, European Parliament
    Taxation, representation and constitutional integration: can the European Union elect its own resources?
  5. Nensi Sinanaj, University of Milan
    Socio-economic rights: Balancing vulnerability and state capacity

Panel 68 — Division of Authority [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVI | 7:00am-8:30am

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Chair:  Alexandra Flynn, Allard School of Law, UBC

  1. Marie DeCock, Hasselt University; Ghent University
    Inter-municipal cooperation: the division of powers and its difficulties
  2. Alexandra Flynn, Allard School of Law, UBC
    With great(er) power comes great(er) responsibility: Indigenous rights and municipal autonomy under Canada’s constitution
  3. Gaurav Mukherjee, Central European University, Budapest/Vienna
    The Capital City In Comparative Constitutional Law And Theory
  4. Wade Wright, Faculty of Law, Western University
    Neglecting Overlapping Federal and Provincial Jurisdiction: Canada as Case Study
  5. Zhaosong XU, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
    Independent Commander in Chief:  Evaluating the Unbundled Executive Theory with the Chinese Case

Panel 69 — El Constitucionalismo Latinoamericano desde una perspectiva histórico-sociológica: explorando límites y posibilidades analíticas [Spanish/Español]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Presidente, ComentaristaMarcelo Neves, Universidad de Brasilia, Brasil

  1. Laíse Rabelo Cabral, Universidad de Brasilia, Brasil
    Más allá del “yo soy porque nosotros somos”: posibilidades del constitucionalismo uBuntu
  2. Alexis Ramírez Donoso, University of Virginia, Estados Unidos
    Decretos legislativos presidenciales y cambio constitucional en Latinoamérica: una mirada histórico-comparada a partir de los casos argentino, 1985-1994 y brasileño, 1988-2001
  3. Nathaly Mancilla Órdenes / Gustavo Zatelli, Institut für Rechts- und Verfassungsgeschichte – Universität Wien & Universidad de Brasilia, Austria/Brasil
    ¿Constitucionalismo Latinoamericano o Constitucionalismo Periférico? Una observación histórico-sociológica sobre el problema a través de los casos chileno y brasileño, 1828-1891
  4. José Nunes de Cerqueira Neto, Universidad de Brasilia, Brasil
    El Supremo Tribunal Federal contra la Constitución

Panel 70 — La vocación transformadora de las medidas de reparación de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos ¿utopía o realidad? [Spanish/Español]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Presidente: Irene Spigno, Academia Interamericana de Derechos Humanos – México

Comentarista:Luis Efrén Ríos Vega, Tribunal Superior de Justicia del Estado de Coahuila, México

  1. Fernando Gustavo Ruz Dueñas, Academia Interamericana de Derechos Humanos – México
    El impacto de las medidas de reparación de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos
  2. Paloma Lugo Saucedo, Universidad de Barcelona, España
    La vocación transformadora de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, ¿se traduce en un efecto real para mitigar la violencia en contra de las mujeres?
  3. Juan Francisco Reyes Robledo, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italia
    Las medidas de reparación con enfoque de género elaboradas por la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos.
  4. Carlos Zamora Valadez, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italia
    Las medidas de reparación de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos en los casos de desaparición forzada de personas, ¿tienen un efecto transformador real para reivindicar los derechos de las víctimas? 

Panel 71 — Past is Prologue: Lessons from the EEC for the Future of European Constitutionalism [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Amedeo Arena, University of Naples Federico II

Discussant: Catarina Santos Botelho, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

  1. Anthony Arnull, Birmingham Law School
  2. Andrea Biondi, Dickson Poon School of Law Kings College London
  3. Claudia Massa, University of Calabria
  4. Takis Tridimas, Dickson Poon School of Law King’s College London

Panel 72 — Environmental Decision-Making, Role of Science and Access to Justice in the European Context: State of the Art and Open Points [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Lorenzo Cuocolo, University of Genoa

Discussant: Alberto Nicotina, University of Antwerp

  1. Valentina Cavanna, University of Turin
    How to guarantee the rights to environment and health in environmental decision-making:  between multi-level protection and Health Impact Assessment
  2. Carlotta Garofalo, Karl Franzens University of Graz
    Access to justice and climate litigation in Europe:  a way forward for climate justice?
  3. Serena Baldin, University of Trieste
    The role of science and the issue of legal standing in climate lawsuits
  4. Davide Servetti, University of Eastern Piedmont
    Environmental decision making and Parliamentary Technology Assessment models: a good solution for a democratic dialogue between science and politics?

Panel 73 — The Constitution of Biopolitics in the 21st Century [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Mirko Dukovic, Central European University

  1. Mark Flear Queen’s University Belfast and Aurélie Mahalatchimy, CNRS-Aix-Marseille Université
    The implications of bioconstitutionalism in the European Union
  2. Pin Lean Lau, Brunel Univerisity
    ‘Zombie’ Apocalypses, the Black Death, and Virulent Gene-Edited Pathogens: Evolving Bio-Constitutional Legal Responses for Global Bio-Security
  3. Matthew Decloedt, Central European University
    Constitutionalism, Commerce, and Cannabis: Drug Control during a Pandemic
  4. Mirko Dukovic, Central European University
    Human Body as Crux: Covid19 challenges to Bioconstitutionalism

Panel 74 — Digital and Automated: Emerging Challenges of the Welfare State [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVII | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Frank Pasquale, Brooklyn Law School

  1. Giulia Formici, Faculty of Law, University of Milan
    Digital Welfare State, privacy and social inequality: biometric technologies under judicial scrutiny
  2. Carlo Maria Masieri, Faculty of Law, University of Milan
    Data processing by private entities in integrated Welfare systems
  3. Sofia Ranchordas, Faculty of Law, University of Groningen
    Administrative Vulnerability in the Digital Welfare State
  4. Luisa Scarcella, DigiTax Center, Faculty of Law, University of Antwerp
    For the sake of efficiency: perils of digitalizing tax administrations and services

Panel 75 — Il nesso tra federalismo e costituzionalismo in una prospettiva comparata [Italian/Italiano]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: Vito Breda, University of Southern Queensland

  1. Arianna Carminati, University of Brescia
    Dare voce al pluralismo territoriale frenando il procedimento legislativo: la soluzione del EVEL nella procedura parlamentare di Westminster
  2. Matteo Frau, University of Brescia
    “Constitutional compact” e maggioranza concorrente nel costituzionalismo contemporaneo
  3. Alessandro Lauro, University of Venice and Univeristy of Paris 2
    Innesti regionalisti nello Stato unitario: l’esempio francese
  4. Elisa Tira, University eCampus
    L’autonomia regionale tra opposte spinte alla differenziazione e all’armonizzazione: il caso spagnolo

Panel 76 — Stare Decisis, Justice, and the Rule of Law [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: Andrea Pin, University of Padua

  1. Lisa Burton Crawford, University of New South Wales Faculty of Law
    [Paper co-authored with Dan Meagher, Deakin University]
  2. Marc DeGirolami, St. John’s University School of Law
  3. Jeffrey Pojanowski, Notre Dame Law School
  4. Leonid Sirota, Auckland University of Technology

Panel 77 — Diálogo judicial en el razonamiento de las cortes constitucionales y cortes supremas en América Latina – una investigación empírica [Spanish/Español]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: Juan C. Herrera, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá

  1. Alejandro Chehtman, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
  2. Magdalena Correa, Universidad Externado de Colombia
  3. Marie- Christine Fuchs, KAS
  4. Roberto Niembro, ITAM
  5. Pablo Gonzalez, Universidad Panamericana

Panel 78 — The impact of artificial intelligence to the democracy [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: Nóra Chronowski, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Legal Studies

Discussant: Gábor Kecskés, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Legal Studies

  1. Gergely G. Karácsony, Széchenyi István University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Department of Constitutional Law
  2. Tamás Klein, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church
  3. Erica Palmerini, Dirpolis Institute, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa
  4. Boldizsár Szentgáli-Tóth, Eotvos Loránd University

Panel 79 — Environmentalism and Constitutionalism [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XVIII | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: James May, Widener University Delaware School of Law

Discussant: Erin Daly, Widener University Delaware School of Law

  1. Sam Adelman, University of Warwick School of Law in England
  2. John Knox, Wake Forest University School of Law
  3. Danika Littlechild, Carleton University Department of Law and Legal Studies
  4. Francisca Pou Gimenez, ITAM Department of Law

Panel 80 — Las fronteras ente la Teoría del Derecho y la Teoría Constitucional: principios constitucionales, precedentes judiciales y argumentación jurídica [Spanish/Español]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XIX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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PresidenteArturo Ramos Sobarzo, Escuela Libre de Derecho, México

  1. Rafael Buzón Ibáñez, Universidad de Alicante, España
    Principios constitucionales
  2. Juan Justino Paredes Chura, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, Bolivia
    Una metateoría del derecho: sobre su posibilidad
  3. Julia Castro Sánchez, Universidad de Alicante, España
    Racionalidad legislativa y teoría de la argumentación jurídica
  4. Arturo Ramos Sobarzo, Escuela Libre de Derecho, México
    Teoría del precedente judicial

Panel 81 — The Future of Constitutional Support for Religious Institutional Autonomy: Comparative Perspectives [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XIX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Chair: Alex Deagon, Queensland University of Technology

  1. Iain Benson, University of Notre Dame Australia
  2. Janet Epp Buckingham, Trinity Western University
  3. Hans-Martien ten Napel, Leiden University
  4. Augusto Zimmermann, Sheridan Institute of Higher Education

Panel 82 — Constitutional Landmarks in South America, Asia and the Commonwealth: Perspectives on a Definition [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XIX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Chair: Eleonora Bottini, Université de Caen Normandie – Centre de recherche sur les droits fondamentaux et les évolutions du droit (CRDFED)

Discussant: Erika Arban, Melbourne Law School

  1. Eleonora Bottini, Université de Caen Normandie – Centre de recherche sur les droits fondamentaux et les évolutions du droit (CRDFED)
    Landmark judgments: a useful concept for comparative legal scholars?
  2. Gisela Ferrari, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
    The Simón case: A constitutional revolution to end impunity for crimes against humanity in Argentina
  3. Peta Stephenson, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
    The High Court, the Constitution and the Rule of Law in the Australian Communist Party Case
  4. Jeong-In Yun, Korea University, Republic of Korea (South Korea)
    Impeachment of the President: A revolution initiated by the citizens and concluded by the Constitutional Court in South Korea

Panel 83 — Regional tendencies in the use of international law in constitutional reasoning at Latin American high courts [English]

January 15, 2021 | Day 4 | Concurrent Session XIX | 7:00pm-8:30pm

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Chair: Johanna Fröhlich, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

  1. Alfredo Ortega, Universidad Rafael Landívar
  2. Arturo Villagran, Universidad Rafael Landivar
  3. Cristián Villalonga, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
  4. Raúl Sánchez Urribarrí, La Trobe University
  5. Derek O’Brien, Truman Bodden Law School, Cayman Islands

Panel 84 — Nationalism and Constitutionalism [English]

January 14, 2021 | Day 3Concurrent Session XIV | 5:00pm-6:30pm

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Chair: Shuki Friedman, Peres Academic Center

  1. Shuki Friedman, Peres Academic Center
  2. Tamar Hostovsky Brandes, Ono Academic College
  3. András László Pap, Institute of Business Economics at Eötvös University (ELTE)
  4. Shaul Sharf, Peres Academic Center

Panel 85 — Constitutionalism in Indonesian’ Adolescent democracy: The Dilemmas In the Third Largest Democracy [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 |Concurrent Session XX | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Stefanus Hendrianto, Pontifical Gregorian University

  1. Bivitri Susanti, Indonesia Jentera School of Law
  2. Susi Harijanti, Padjajaran University
  3. Stefanus Hendrianto, Pontifical Gregorian University
  4. Fritz Siregar, Indonesian Election Supervisory Board

Panel 86 — Public Participation in Constitutional Change: Comparative Perspectives [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 |Concurrent Session XX | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Abrak Saati, Umeå University

  1. William Blake, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  2. Anna Fruhstorfer, University of Potsdam
  3. Alexander Hudson, Max Planck Society & Ran Hirschl, University of Toronto
  4. Felix-Anselm van Lier, Max Planck Society

Panel 87 — The Social Acceptance of Constitutionalism in East Asia [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 |Concurrent Session XX | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Jiunn-rong Yeh, College of Law, National Taiwan University

Discussant: Tom Ginsburg, The University of Chicago, The Law School

  1. Masahiko Kinoshita, Kobe University, Graduate School of Law
    Imposed but Democratized Constitution: A Posteriori Development of the Legitimacy of the Japanese Constitution
  2. Minh Tuan Dang, Vietnam National University Law School, Hanoi
    The Adaptation of Constitutionalism in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam: The Development of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s ‘Constitutional’ Rules on the Limitation of Government Power
  3. Il-Young Jung, Harvard Law School
    Reception of Constitutionalism in South Korea: How Grassroots Movements Established Constitutional Democracy from Dictatorship

Panel 88 — Book Panel: Gary J. Jacobsohn and Yaniv Roznai, Constitutional Revolution (Yale University Press, 2020) [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 |Concurrent Session XX | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair: Yaniv Roznai, IDC Herzliya

Discussant: Gary J. Jacobsohn, University of Texas at Austin

  1. Rehan Abeyratne, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  2. Marie Gren, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne
  3. Jiri Priban, Cardiff University
  4. Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University

Panel 89 — Constitutional Identity, Constitutional Amendibility and Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 |Concurrent Session XX | 9:00am-10:30am

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Chair:  Simon Drugda, University of Copenhagen

  1. Han-Liang Chou, National Taiwan University
    With or Without Supremacy: Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments in Taiwan and Malaysia
  2. Simon Drugda, University of Copenhagen
    Reflections on Constitutional Unamendability: View from the 2019 Selection Hearings for Slovak Constitutional Court Judges
  3. Felix Dube, North-West University
    The Constitutional Court’s Quest for South Africa’s Constitutional Identity: Looking Beyond Transformative Constitutionalism
  4. Sooraj Gemini, Department of Law, Central University of Kerala, India
    Article 31B and The Ninth Schedule of The Constitution of India: A Challenge to Constitutionalism
  5. Endre Orban, University of Public Service
    Human Rights of the State? The Case of Hungary
  6. Yen-tu Su, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica (Taiwan)
    The Politics of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from Taiwan’s Path to  Same-sex Marriage

Panel 90 — Constitutional & Democratic Retrogression [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 | Concurrent Session XXI | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: Giulia Andrade, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná – Brazil

  1. Giulia Andrade, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná – Brazil
    Democracy and constitutional amendments in times of crisis: a Brazilian perspective
  2. Joao Victor Archegas, Harvard Law School
    Computational Propaganda and Democratic Erosion: A Comparative Constitutional Law Approach to Online Misinformation Campaigns
  3. Paz Avila, University of Texas at Austin
    Constitutional Identity and Presidential Term-Limits in Latin America
  4. Pedro Abrantes Martins, Federal University of Paraná (UFPR)
    Democratic Erosion and Constitutional Courts: the Role of the Brazilian STF in the Country’s Decaying Democracy
  5. Leticia Kreuz, Universidade Federal do Parana
    Denaturation of Brazilian constitutionalism – constitutional change and neoconsevatism

Panel 91 — Fundamental Rights [English]

January 16, 2021 | Day 5 | Concurrent Session XXI | 1:00pm-2:30pm

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Chair: Joana Machado, The Federal University of Juiz de Fora – MG – Brazil

  1. Fatemaa Ahsan, No Passport Voice, Bangladesh
    Rule of Law, Constitutionalism & Inherent rights
  2. Diana Garzón, University of Milan
    Human right to a healthy environment and its importance in peace making and peace keeping
  3. Joana Machado, The Federal University of Juiz de Fora – MG – Brazil
    Pandemic judicialization and constitutional dialogue in Brazil: An empirical study on the Brazilian Supreme Court performance in the COVID-19 context
  4. Iuisa Netto, University of Leiden
    The right to science between national and international recognition – domestic contributions to the clarification of its normative content
  5. Pedro Oliveira, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
    The Right to Education and Culture of Blind and Visually Impaired People: The Fight Against the «Book Famine» under the Marrakesh Treaty 
  6. Victorino Solá, Universidad Católica de Córdoba – Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
    Judicial Protection of Minorities and Evolutionary Interpretation

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