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Recht in der globalen Gesellschaft

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
Plenary / Discussion
German and English language

Wie viel Steuerungsfähigkeit hat das Völkerrecht bei internationalen Konflikten tatsächlich? Kann und soll es ein Völkerrecht für eine Weltgesellschaft geben oder entwickeln sich unterschiedliche Rechtskulturen parallel zueinander? Trägt das Recht in unserer multireligiösen, multikulturellen Welt eher zu einer Integration bzw. Einigung oder einer Separation bei?

Vortragende

Director, European Training and Research Center for Human Rights and Democracy; Deputy Head, Institute of International Law and International Relations, University of Graz
Professor of Criminal Law and Philosophy of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg
Member, Forum Alpbach Network; Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Law, Foreign and International Private Law, University of Graz Chair
Scholarship Holder from the Russian Federation, Irkutsk Comment
Scholarship Holder from the Ukraine, Kyiv Comment
Scholarship Holder from the Ukraine, Lviv Comment

DDr. Renate KICKER

Director, European Training and Research Center for Human Rights and Democracy; Deputy Head, Institute of International Law and International Relations, University of Graz

1972 Doctorate degree in Law, Karl-Franzens University Graz
1974 Doctoral degree in Political Sciences, Karl-Franzens University Graz
1972-1975 Research Assistant, Institute of International Law and International Relations, Karl-Franzens-University Graz
since 1995 Associate Professor, Institute of International Law and International Relations, Karl-Franzens-University Graz
since 2005 Deputy Head, Institute of International Law and International Relations, Karl-Franzens-University Graz
1997-2009 Member of the Council of CPT - European Commitee for the Prevention of Torture
2007-2009 1st Vice-president, CPT - European Commitee for the Prevention of Torture
since 2010 Director, ETC - European Training and Research Center for Human Rights and Democracy, Graz
since 2012 Chairperson, Human Rights Advisory Council to the Austrian Ombudsman Board

Dr. iur. Reinhard MERKEL

Professor of Criminal Law and Philosophy of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg

 Studium der Rechtswissenschaft, der Philosophie und der Literaturwissenschaft in Bochum, Heidelberg und München
1977 Erstes juristisches Staatsexamen, München
1980 Zweites juristisches Staatsexamen, München
1985-1988 Assistent am Institut für Rechtsphilosophie, München
1988-1990 Redakteur der Wochenzeitung "Die Zeit" (Feuilleton)
1993 Promotion ("Strafrecht und Satire im Werk von Karl Kraus"), München
1997 Habilitation ("Früheuthanasie"), Frankfurt am Main
1998 Ruf an die Universitäten Bielefeld und Rostock
1999 Ruf an die Universität Hamburg
seit 2000 Professor für Strafrecht und Rechtsphilosophie, Universität Hamburg

Mag. Dr. Eva Maria TSCHERNER

Member, Forum Alpbach Network; Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Law, Foreign and International Private Law, University of Graz

2002-2006 Master of Law, University of Graz
2005-2007 Master of Political Sciences, Institut d' Etudes Politiques, Robert Schuman University Strasbourg
2007-2011 Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Graz
2008-2011 Doctorate in Law, University of Graz
2011 Scientific Assistant, Austrian Supreme Court, Vienna
2011-2012 Clerkships at various Austrian courts
since 2012 Assistant Professor, University of Graz