MasterClass : Global Actors for Peace

La Masterclass « Global Actors for Peace », première étape de la Chaire itinérante sur la paix créée en partenariat avec la FIUC et le Rotary Club,  associe pédagogie et recherche. Cette édition bilingue réalise un focus sur le rôle global des acteurs non étatiques dans la construction d’une paix durable.

Programme des cours et conférences publiques sur inscription auprès du C3RD (centre de recherche sur les relations entre le risque et le droit) : c3rd@univ-catholille.fr

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Ils interviennent dans la MasterClass…

Charles-Philippe DAVID

Charles Philippe DAVID est Président de l’Observatoire sur les États-Unis et fondateur, Chaire Raoul-Dandurand en études stratégiques et diplomatiques. Il est Professeur au Département de science politique, UQAM et Codirecteur du Forum St-Laurent sur la sécurité internationale. Son expertise porte sur les études stratégiques et de sécurité, la politique étrangère des États-Unis et les conflits armés et missions de paix.

Francesco FRANCIONI 

Francesco Francioni (Doctor of Laws, Florence, and LL.M., Harvard) is Emeritus Professor of International Law at the European University Institute, Florence and Professor of International Law at LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome. He is a member (associate) of the Institut de droit international, a member of the Editorial Board of The International Spectator and General editor of the Italian Yearbook of International Law. He has been a member of the Italian delegation in numerous international negotiations and diplomatic conferences, as well as President of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. Recently he was appointed Judge ad hoc in the UN Tribunal of the Law of the Sea as well as Arbitrator at the Permanent Court of Arbitration (The Hague). His recent publications include Access to Justice as a Human Right (OUP, 2009); The 1972 World Heritage Convention – A Commentary (OUP, 2008); Public and Private in the International Protection of Global Public Goods, European J. Int. L. (2012); War by Contract (OUP, 2011 with Natalino Ronzitti); Enforcing International Cultural Heritage Law(OUP, 2013 with James Gordley); and The EU, the US and Global Environmental Governance (Ashgate, 2014 with Christine Bakker).

Simona GRANATA-MENGHINI

Born on 22 Jan 1969, in Milano, Italy. Educated in Milano. Graduated in 1992 from the Milan State University, Law Faculty. Further diplomas in comparative law (1992,1993, 1994) from the Faculté de Droit Comparé of Strasbourg. From 1992 to 1994 she practiced as a lawyer at a law-firm specialised in international law in Milano. She was admitted to the Bar in 1995. From 1994 to 1997 she worked as a case-lawyer at the European Commission on Human Rights. From 1997 to 1999 she was Deputy Human Rights Ombudsperson in Bosnia and Herzegovina. From 1999 to 2000 she was a case-lawyer at the Registry of the European Court of Human Rights. From 2001 to 2010, she was the Head of the Constitutional Cooperation Division at the Venice Commission. Since 2010 she has been the Deputy Secretary of the Venice Commission. She is the author of several articles on human rights law and on the Venice Commission; from 2000 to 2010, she published a yearly review of case-law of the European Court of Human Rights in the Legal Review « Italian Yearbook of International Law ». She contributed to two volumes on the European Convention on Human Rights in Italian.

Mirjana LAZAROVA TRAJKOVSKA

Mirjana Lazarova Trajkovska has extensive experience as a judge at national and international level, as a human rights lawyer, and as an expert advisor and observer on nationality, asylum and migration as well as electoral matters, on which topics she has also published extensively.

Relevant professional activities

– Judge, European Court of Human Rights from February 2008 to February 2017

President of the First Section of the ECHR (November 2015/February 2017)

Judge of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Macedonia, 2003-2008

President of the State Election Commission in the Republic of Macedonia, 2002–2003

Head of Department on Human Rights at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2001- 2003

Assistant Minister on administrative affairs at the Ministry of Internal affairs (expert on nationality and immigration), 1999-2001

Legal Representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Court proceedings, 1988-2001

Membership in commissions/councils/and bodies

National:

– Member of the National Team for the Initial Rapport on Framework Convention on National Minorities, 2001

– Chair of the Working group of the Ministry of Internal Affairs on Draft Law for protection of personal data, 2000

– Member of the Working group of the Ministry of Justice on Draft Law on general administrative procedure and draft Law on Administrative disputes, 2000

– Member of the Expert team for drafting amendments on the Law on nationality of the Rep. of Macedonia, 1999.

– Member of the Working group for preparation of the National rapport on Convention against torture and other brutal punishments, 1998.

– Member of the  Working group for preparation of the National rapport on the International Covenant on civil and Political Rights, 1998.

– Member of National Committee for Reform of Public Administration of the Rep of Macedonia, 1998.

– Member of the Working group on Draft Law on civil servants, 1997.

– Member of the Working group for harmonisation of domestic legislation with the basic principles and standards of the European Convention on Human Rights, 1996.

– Member of the State Cenzus Committee of the Republic of Macedonia, 1996.

– Participant in the preparation of the National rapport on the Convention for elimination of all forms of discrimination against woman,1995.

Membership in commissions/councils/and bodies

International:

– Member of the European Commission on Democracy true Law (Venice Commission), 2004-2008

– Head of the Election evaluation mission of the OSCE/ODIHR on Parliamentarian Elections in Estonia, 2007.

– Member of the Election evaluation mission of the OSCE/ODIHR on USA Election for Congress and Senate, 2006.

– Legal Advisor for the Election Observation mission of the Congress on Regional and Local Authorities for the local elections in Georgia, 2006.

– Senior UN and OSCE ODIHR expert on electoral matters, 2006-2008.

– Deputy Chair of Council of Democratic Elections, Venice Commission, 2006- 2008.

– Member of the Steering Committee on Human Rights at the Council of Europe, 2002-2004

– Member of the Council of Europe Committee for improving the administrative and court proceedings, 2001-2003

– Member of the Committee of experts on nationality (CJ-NA), Council of Europe, 1995-2002

– Member of the Working group of the CoE Committee of Experts on Nationality (CJ-NA-GT)working on the Convention on the avoidance of statelessness in relation to State Succession, 1995-1997-2006.

Most recent publications

– 2016: Rights of Asylum seekers: Compilation of judgments of the ECHR with commentary, Skopje, Poliesterday (on Macedonian)

  • 2016: The impact of the European Convention on Human Rights and the case law of the Republic of Macedonia (The Impact of the ECHR on Democratic Change in Central and Eastern Europe) Cambridge University Press (pg. 266-289)

– 2015: Freedom of expression and case law of the European Court of Human Rights, published by Macedonian Centre on International Cooperation (on Macedonian)

– 2015 Privacy, freedom of expression and Internet; Essays in Honour of Dean Spielmann, Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP)

– 2014 Liria e shprehjes dhe e drejta e respektimi te jetes private (Jeta Juridike) Reviste Juridike Shkencore, Numri 4, Viti XV I botimi, Tirane, dhjetor 2014, Batimet Morava (pgg 91 – 103)

– 2014 Interaction between European Courts, The Cooperation of the Constitutional Courts in Europe current Situation and Perspectives (Volume I) pg. 146 Verlag Osterreich GmbH, Wien

– 2013: Die Bedeutung der Rechtsprechung des EGMR fur die reshtsstaatlichkeit in der Republik Mazedonien/ Европско Право бр 1/2013, Година 2,том 2 Јули 2013 (стр.11- 21) (on Macedonian)

– 2012: Legal analysis of the concept of the criminal offense of Hate Speech, (on Macedonian) with Acad. Vlado Kambovski (published by Poliesterdej, Skopje)

–  2010: Constitutional Complaint and ECtHR (AIHM ve Turkiye-II) Turkiye Adalet Akademisi Yayinlari, Justice Academy, Yayin/Edition No.8, Editor Ahmet Taskin, 10 December 2010 Ankara( pp 175 – 185)

Ioannis PANOUSSIS

Ioannis K. Panoussis est titulaire d’un Doctorat en droit public (spécialité droit international et européen – droits de l’Homme). Il est actuellement Doyen de la Faculté de Droit de l’Université Catholique de Lille (Lille/Paris), président du Conseil d’administration de la Bibliothèque universitaire Vauban et enseignant invité à l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Lille, à l’EDHEC Business School et à l’IESEG où il enseigne le droit international public, les droits de l’Homme, le droit des conflits armés, les Institutions européennes etc. Il est de surcroît directeur d’un Master en droit international et européen, spécialité « Droits de l’Homme, Sécurité, Développement ».

Ses recherches portent en priorité sur les relations entre le Risque et le Droit, en particulier dans le domaine du droit international public et des droits de l’Homme (obligation des Etats de prévenir les violations des droits de l’Homme, lutte anti-terroriste, migrations et droits de l’Homme, succession d’Etats…). Au titre de ses activités de recherche, il a été nommé expert pour le FNRS (Belgique).

Il exerce enfin, depuis 2011, les fonctions d’expert UNHCR (juge/assesseur UNHCR à la Cour nationale du droit d’asile) et a mené, en 2013, pour le compte du ministère des affaires étrangères, une mission de formation en Afghanistan (Human Rights Week à Kaboul) de personnels impliqués dans la protection des droits de l’Homme (ministères, ONG, organisations internationales).

Luis F. VIVEROS

Teaching Fellow University College London (International Human Rights Law, Law and Policy of International Courts and Tribunals); Doctoral Candidate University College London; Visiting Researcher University of Cambridge; Academic Editor UCL Journal of Law & Jurisprudence; Visiting Researcher iCourts; Researcher with Professor Philippe Sands QC; Program Coordinator of the UCL Public International Law Pro-Bono Project; LLM University College London; LLM American University Washington College of Law; Former Legal Advisor Inter-American Court of Human Rights; Litigator before the Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights (Washington DC, San José); Attorney Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (Medellín, Colombia).

Valentina VOLPE

Valentina Volpe is Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) of Public International Law at the Lille Catholic University and Senior Research Affiliate at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. She holds a Ph.D. summa cum laude in Law and Legal Theory from the Italian Institute of Human Sciences (SUM) of Naples (today Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa) and is a former Vis­iting Researcher at Yale Law School. During her career, she has had the opportunity to study in Italy, France and in the US and to work as project man­ager in the NGO sector. She is currently an Associ­ate Lecturer at LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome and at the UN-mandate University for Peace (UPEACE) in San José, Costa Rica. She has been a Visiting Professor at the CUPL of Beijing and at the University of Mannheim, Germany. Her research interests cover the fields of global, European and international public law, encompassing disciplines such as global governance, democracy promotion, human rights, com­parative public law, and European law.

Qu’est ce que la Chaire sur la paix ?

Le projet des chaires de la paix FIUC-Rotary est né de l’initiative du Rotary Lille en coopération avec la Faculté de Droit de l’Université Catholique de Lille, projet devenu international à l’arrivée de Pr. François Mabille au sein de la FIUC en octobre 2016. La perspective finale est la création d’un réseau de 5 chaires à vocation régionale ou continentale, structurées en réseau durable :

  • d’échanges d’informations entre universités catholiques membres,
  • de renforcement de compétences des enseignants concernés par l’analyse des relations internationales,
  • de formation et de certification d’étudiants (niveaux M2 et D1),
  • de mobilité des titulaires des chaires.

En tenant compte de l’implication et de la réussite rencontrée, l’objectif est que les titulaires de chaque chaire puissent « circuler » d’une année à l’autre au sein des universités sélectionnées, afin de permettre une approche homogène et un suivi de l’action entreprise.

Ainsi, conformément au souhait de la FIUC et du Rotary, ces chaires cherchent à enrichir les cursus suivis par les étudiants portés sur l’international, avec l’ambition de créer une communauté épistémique de chercheurs et de praticiens (action-recherche, travail dans les ONG, travail dans les institutions internationales).

La première chaire sera inaugurée en septembre 2017 dans les locaux de la Faculté de Droit de l’Université Catholique de Lille. Elle sera alors réservée aux étudiants en Master de droit de la Faculté de droit (FLD) avec une retransmission au sein du réseau de la FIUC. Les conférences, séminaires et cours donneront lieu à des enregistrements vidéo.