Last Open Scientific Seminars in December

We are honored to invite you to see the last Open Scientific Seminars of the Polish-Hungarian Research Platform project this year. Once again and for the last time, we met with the teams for Artificial Intelligence, Administrative Justice, Protection of Elderly and Mediation.

All seminars will be available online for free at the links indicated below. You are cordially invited!


Open Scientific Seminar – Artificial Intelligence

06.12.2022, 17:00 UTC (Tuesday)



István Ambrus – AI Decision-Making and Criminal Law

Agnieszka Gryszczyńska – AI Decision-Making and Cybercrime cases

Barnabas Hajas – AI Decision-Making and Administrative Law

Emőd Veress – AI Decision-Making and Civil Law

Rafał Wielki – AI Decision-Making and Policing

Zbigniew Więckowski – Biometrics – Council of Europe ‘soft law’



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Open Scientific Seminar – Administrative Justice

07.12.2022, 16:00 UTC (Wednesday)



Gábor Hulkó – Conclusions on the efficiency issues in administrative justice

Kitti Pollák – Special judicial review procedure: electoral procedure II

Przemysław Ostojski – Standards of judicial review in strategic areas of Polish economy. De lege ferenda conclusions

Agata Kosieradzka-Federczyk – Procedure and consequences of granting provisional measures

Mateusz Pszczyński – An effective electronic administrative court: an attempt at conclusion


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Open Sceintific Seminar – Protection of the Elderly

08.12.2022, 16:00 UTC (Thursday)



18.00-18.05: Wojciech Lis – Opening of the seminar

18.05-18.15: Konrad Walczuk – Protection of the elderly pursuant to art. 68 sec. 3 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland

18.15-18.25: Marta Osuchowska – De lege ferenda proposals for the accessibility of seniors to education and culture and the possibility of gainful employment

18.25-18.35: Marta Benyusz – Actions to increase the protection of the rights of the elderly in Hungarian law

18.35-18.45: Zsuzsa Wopera – Conclusions of the EU and Hungarian regulations for the procedural protection of the elderly

18.45-18.55: Wojciech Lis – Legal challenges related to the aging of the socjety

18.55-19.05: Erika Varadi-Csemane – Characteristics of age-focused criminality – possible criminal law responses

19.05-19.25: Discussion and summary of the seminar

19.25-19.30: Closing of the seminar



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Open Scientific Seminar – Mediation

13.12.2022, 19:00 UTC (Tuesday)



Magdalena Kowalewska – Mediation in Criminal Cases – Overview of Research Results

Michał Peno – Roadmap for Legislator  – Social Mechanisms for Implementing Mediation

Ferenc Santha – New Opportunities and Challenges of VOM and Reparation  – pa   rt. II Mediation in Administrative Criminal Cases

Adam Rixer – Presentation of the Results of the Interviews Taken – de lege ferenda Suggestions

Katarzyna Zombory – Implementing the principle of child’s best interest through mediation in the Polish proceedings for the return of a child under the 1980 Hague Convention

Barbara Janusz-Pohl Contrary-To-Duty- Norms and Axiological Basis for Mediation. Must Mediation be Reshaped in Non-adversarial Models of Prosecution?



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