International Scientific Conference on: “HUMAN BEING, SOCIETY AND SECURITY IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION – CREATING CYBERCULTURE”,

Ladies and Gentlemen,
we are pleased to announce that November 19, 2020 will take place 12th International Scientific Conference on:
“HUMAN BEING, SOCIETY AND SECURITY IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION – CREATING CYBERCULTURE”,
and will be the significant initiative of the EUROFUR research group, that will join researchers of different fields.

The conference will be a hybrid one. This means that the basic way to participate in the conference will be an IT tool, most probably Microsoft Teams.

Plese see the conference panels:
https://sites.google.com/view/cyberkultura/in-english and we invite you to register for the conference with the registration form:
https://sites.google.com/view/cyberkultura/zg%C5%82oszenie-registration

Best regards,
Małgorzata Such-Pyrgiel & Bronisław Sitek

III International Scientific Conference “The legal and social aspects of development and safety of the child”

We are glad to announce that our Partner University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw is organizing:

III International Scientific Conference
“The legal and social aspects of development and safety of the child”
November 20, 2020
(Online conference)

 

More information you can find here:

20 November 2020 Conference

 

Summary of international online conference Human rights in the time of crisis: state – society – technology – security

On 22 June 2020 we had finally a chance to meet, this year unfortunately not personally like in previous years in Józefów, Bari or Las Palmas De Gran Canaria. This year due to Covid-19 pandemic we met online using ICT.

International online conference “Human rights in the time of crisis: state – society – technology –  security started with and introductory word from Prof. Bronisław Sitek – the originator and mentor of Human Rights Conferences.

Representatives of partner universities welcomed all logged-in participant:

Prof. Magdalena Sitek from Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy

Prof. Carmen Lázaro Guillamón from Universitat Jaume I

Prof. Michele Indellicato from ‘Aldo Moro’ University in Bari

Prof. Edward Burda from Comenius University in Bratislava.

During opening session prof. Sebastiano Tafaro focused on future challenges of fundamental rights. His speech is available here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=lVAQF9AbtNQ&feature=emb_logo

Prof. Mariusz Załucki, in his speech, noted that the time of a pandemic is a situation with increased human mortality, which cannot remain without the influence and interest of the law of inheritance. The speaker examines these solutions and considers the legitimacy of informalisation of the inheritance law for the period following the pandemic, while presenting the statutory solutions of selected countries. Prof. Carmen Lazaro Guillamon continued the subject of the last will highlighting that the possibility of last will in case of an epidemic is indebted to Justinian Roman law, the testamentum tempore pestis contemplated a quick way of making a will in case of an epidemic, before successive witnesses who could not coincide, so as not to spread the disease. Centuries have passed, but classic responses to the most serious problems show that neither our healthcare organization nor our legal genius have made much progress.

The discussions were continued in the following language panels: English (headed by Prof. Andrea Planchadell-Gargallo and Ph.D. Iwona Florek, Prof. Ksenofon Krisafi and assoc. Prof. Małgorzata Such-Pyrgiel) Polish (headed by Assoc. Prof. Magdalena Sitek and Assoc. Prof. Mieczysław Różański and Assoc. Prof. Maciej Rzewuski) and Italian and Spanish (headed by Prof. Ferdinando Parente and Prof. Amparo Montañana-Casaní and Prof. Jose Luis Zamora Manzano and Prof. Laura Tafaro).

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