Is there a human right to science (RtS)? According to Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) from 1948, everyone has the right “to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.” Likewise,
In the autumn of 2019, 120 researchers, engineers, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and civil servants met at the Law, Technology and Trust conference at the Faculty of Law on Amager. 48 speakers came from 16 different countries
New research from University of Copenhagen and University of Cambridge reveals that the amount that individuals receive in damages from the European Court of Human Rights depends on which country is put in the dock; and
Centre for Private Governance (CEPRI) at the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of law, has issued a call for papers on legal challenges created by digital platforms as private governance systems for its inaugural
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