The Global Summit

January 1216, 2021

Concurrent Sessions XVII

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


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

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Presidente, Comentarista: Marcelo 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 70La vocación transformadora de las medidas de reparación de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos ¿utopía o realidad? [Spanish/Español]

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

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

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

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

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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

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