The Eastern Partnership Programme will conclude its series “Advisory and Deliberative Bodies” with a seminar in Lviv.
The seminar in Lviv will take place on December 7th, when Dr. Balázs Vizi – Associate Professor at the Faculty of International and European Studies, at the National University of Public Service in Budapest – will give a lecture dedicated to the structures in charge of ensuring minorities’ right to participation and representation. Dr. Vizi will consider the issues of legitimacy, transparency and efficiency of such structures, using the examples of Hungary, Italy and Kosovo. The seminar in Lviv is organized in cooperation with the Ukrainian Catholic University and will be held in the University conference hall at Kozelnytska St, 2a.
Introducing the lecturer: Dr. Balázs Vizi is an Associate Professor at the Department of International Law, Faculty of International and European Studies of the National University of Public Service (Budapest, Hungary). Since 2002, Dr. Vizi has worked as a research associate at the Institute for Minority Studies within the Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Since 2004, Dr. Vizi has been a lecturer at the Department of International Law, Faculty of Public Administration at the Corvinus University of Budapest. He also lectures at the Institute of Political Sciences, Faculty of Law, at Eötvös Loránd University. A non-resident senior research associate at the ECMI, Dr. Vizi is the author of several publications on minority issues in the context of the European integration and on minority rights protection.