:: BA EXAM ::




dr Anna Kosińska

  1.    Systems of protection: the Council of Europe, the United Nations, the European Union.
  2.    The development of protection – early judgments at the example of the Nold case and van Eyck case.
  3.    The meaning of Article 6 of TEU and the sources of fundamental rights.
  4.    National constitutional traditions as a source of Fundamental Rights.
  5.    Generations of rights and a classical concept of protection (individual – State).
  6.    I and II generation of rights – main differences.
  7.    New rights? III and IV generation of rights.
  8.    Stauder Case.
  9.    Hauer Case.
10.    Eifert Case.
11.    Internationale Handelsgesellschaft case.
12.    The judgments of constitutional courts: Solange I and Solange II.
13.    The process of establishment of the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – a historical overview.
14.    The Structure of the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights.
15.    The standard of protection provided by the Charter: Art. 52 and 53 of the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights.
16.    The Content of British Protocol.
17.    The status of British Protocol in the light of Joined cases C-411/10 NS and C-493/10 ME.
18.    EU Citizenship as a fundamental status guaranteed in the Treaties.
19.    The activity of European Ombudsman.
20.    Commission of Petitions and its role.
21.    European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights – mandate and tasks.
22.    FRA and its cooperation with civil society.
23.    The EU accession to the ECHR.
24.    The relation between the Charter and the ECHR.
25.    The definition of culture in the meaning of the Charter on Fundamental Rights.
26.    Language as a means of shaping identity – building new rights or confirming the existing ones?
27.    Protection of religious freedom in the EU.
28.    Right to move freely and its limitations in the EU.
29.    Protection of Human Rights versus protecting State Security (the EU position towards migrants).
30.    Human dignity as a source of Human Rights.