Human Rights and Civil Liberties in the Context of Security

The conference on “Human Rights and Civil Liberties in the Context of Security” aims to explore the delicate balance between safeguarding national security and upholding fundamental rights and freedoms. In an increasingly interconnected and volatile world, governments face complex challenges in ensuring the safety of their citizens while respecting the principles of human rights and civil liberties. This conference will bring together academics, experts, and practitioners from various disciplines to discuss the ethical, legal, and policy dimensions of this crucial issue. Key topics to be addressed include counterterrorism measures, surveillance technologies, privacy concerns, and the impact of security measures on marginalized communities. By examining these issues, this conference seeks to promote a nuanced understanding of how to protect both security and individual rights in an increasingly complex global landscape.



Location: France – Paris

Time: TBA

Registration Fee: USD$200

NB: Accommodation, flight and personal cost are not included in the registration fee.