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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Prof. Dr. Susanne Baer

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Gihyun Kim (03/2017-12/2017)

rapporteur judge, Constitutional Court of Korea


Jin-Sook Yun (8/2016-2/2017)

Professor at Soongsil, College of Law, Korea.


Fred Nyagaka Ongarora, LL.M. - Kisii University College, Kenia (10/13 - 07/2017)

PhD Thesis zu: Overcoming Challenges of Implementing the Right to Non-Discrimination Against Women And The Right To Culture in Kenya


Dr. Ioannis Lianos, University College of London (1 - 11/2014)

Forschungsprojekt zum Thema: The use of Economic Evidence and Economics in Legal Decision-Making in Europe. Ausführliche Informationen zu Dr. Ioannis Lianos finden Sie hier.


Dr. Barbara Giovanna Bello, Università degli Studi di Milano (10/13 -07/14)


Irina Mukhina - University of Tscherepowez (10 - 12/2013)

Recherchearbeiten für die Dissertation: "Die Frauenfrage im modernen Deutschland"

Fatima Saleh - International Islamic University of Islamabad (9/2011-6/2012)

PhD Thesis zu: An Analysis of the Constitutional Protection of Equal Rights in Pakistan compared to the Status of Equality unter the German Constitutional Law

Eylem Ümit Atilgan - Universität Ankara (9/2011-6/2012)

Forschungsprojekt: The Masculine Domination in Turkish Legal Culture: An Analysis of the High Court Decisions.

Nicole Schmal Cruzat - Universitat de Girona (3-10/2011)

PhD Thesis zu: Analyse der diskursiven Konstruktionen juristischer Akteure über männliche Gewalt aus Perspektive der feministischen Epistemologie


Nelleke Koffeman - Leiden University (3 -8/2011)

PhD Thesis zu: The impact of the EU fundamental freedoms on diverging human rights standards: a need for (European) regulation? (DAAD Stipendium).

Ausführliche Informationen zu Nelleke Koffeman finden Sie unter: http://law.leiden.edu/organisation/publiclaw/europainstitute/staff/koffeman-nr.html


Gábor Attila Tóth - University of Debrecen, Constitutional Court of Hungary (11/10-1/11)

DAAD Stipendium: Moral and Legal Basis of Secular Constitutional Democracies, Comparing German and Hungarian Legal Culture and Constitutional Law.


Jens P. Urban - University of Ottawa (4-7/2010)

Ph.D. Thesis zu: La réception de la polygamie dans le droit français et le droit canadien.


Grazyna Skapska - Jagiellonian University Krakow (11-12/2009)

Appointed Full Professor at the Jagellonian University in 1994. 1995 appointed Head of the Department on Sociology of Norms and Organisations, Institute of Sociology, the Jagellonian University. Former Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung (1983-1985) and the American Bar Association (1991). Visiting Professor at the Law School, University of New South Wales, Australia in 1992; at Faculty of Law, University of Sydney in 1992, 1993, and 1995. In 1996 Visiting Professor at the University of Exeter, UK. Appointed Trustee of the American Law and Society Association (1995-1997).

Ausführlichere Informationen zu Prof. Grazyna Skapska finden Sie hier.


Tarek Naguib - Universität Basel (12/08-2/2009, 5/2010-1/2011)

Projekt: Schutz vor Diskriminierung zwischen Privaten: Schweiz – EU – Deutschland – Grossbritannien. Ausführliche Informationen zu Tarek Naguib finden Sie hier.


Anna Lorenzetti - Universität Bergamo (9/2008-1/2009)

PhD Thesis zu: The European Council Directive (2004/113). Implementation of the directive within the Member States.


Barbara Bello - Universität Mailand (3/2008)

PhD Thesis zu: Overcoming Multiple Discrimination against Roma Minorities in Italy and in Germany after the implementation of the EU Antidiscrimination strategy: a challenge for the multicultural Europe.


Silvia Suteu - CEU Budapest (1--3/2008)

LL.M. Thesis: Law Against Negation: Holocaust Denial Legislation in Europe (Supervisor: Prof. Andras Sajo).


Kurt Pärli - Züricher Hochschule Winterthur (2-7/2007)

Forschung zu: Vertragsfreiheit und Diskriminierungsschutz im privatrechtlichen Arbeitsverhältnis - Völker- und verfassungsrechtlicher Rahmen und Bedeutung des europäischen Gemeinschaftsrecht. Ausführliche Informationen zu Prof. Pärli finden Sie hier.


Laia Falcón - Universität Madrid (9-12/2006)

PhD Thesis zu: The cultural representation of women with power in Art and Fiction.


Hanne Petersen - Universität Kopenhagen (6./2006)

Vorträge an der HU: 13.06. "Gender and global normativity under postcolonial and postnational conditions. Some reflections from a Northern pespective"; 19.06. "Changing paradigms of belonging - normative consequences"; 20.06. "Cartoon Controversy". Ausführliche Informationen zu Prof. Petersen finden Sie hier.


Robert Wintemute - King's College London (5/2005)

Vortrag an der HU: 09.05.05 " Anti-Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom: Current Controversies."

Titia Loenen - Universität Utrecht (11/2004)

Vorträge an der HU: 02.11.04 "Travelling Concepts". Ausführliche Informationen zu Prof. Loenen finden Sie hier.