• 06 MAY 24
    Course – Antidiscrimination Law (9 May – 14 June)

    Course – Antidiscrimination Law (9 May – 14 June)

    We are excited to invite you to participate in a unique online course titled “Antidiscrimination Law”, co-organized by the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin, the Law Faculty of Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani University in Georgia and Antidiscrimination Law Center of Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani University. This is a remarkable opportunity to deepen your understanding of antidiscrimination law under the guidance of an international panel of distinguished lecturers and experts from Georgia, Spain, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, and India .

    The course, conducted entirely online and in English, is free of charge. Designed for a limited number of 25 participants , it promises intensive and practice-focused sessions held once a week, every Thursday (with the exception of June 14th, when the class will be on Friday), from May 9th to June 14th. Each meeting will last 3 hours, from 3:00 PM to 6:15 PM, providing participants with a solid theoretical and practical foundation in antidiscrimination law.

    Participation in the course will culminate in the awarding of a certificate of attendance, confirming the knowledge and skills acquired. To ensure high-quality education and interaction with lecturers, the number of places is strictly limited . Interested individuals are asked to submit their applications, after which selected participants will receive further instructions and details.

    Registration: https://tiny.pl/d7352
    (until 1 May2024)

    Don’t miss this unique opportunity for personal and professional development in an international setting. Register today to expand your horizons in the field of antidiscrimination law.

    Course – Antidiscrimination Law


    Agnieszka Bień-Kacała is an Associate Professor of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Szczecin, Poland. Her research expertise covers liberal and illiberal constitutionalism, constitutional changes, Polish, and comparative constitutional law




    Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia. He is the Holder of the prestigious Jean Monnet Module (2022-2025) with the topic: European Union Regulation of Heritage. Dr. Mensah is a specialist in International Law, Environmental and most of his papers are about sustainable development and international legal issues. He was a speaker at many international conferences and events organized by institutions such as the Royal Chatham House, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, and other agencies. He is the author of the book: ‘‘International law & sustainable development in the ECOWAS sub region.’’ published in 2015, the author of more than 25 scientific articles published in different countries, and co-author of several monographs.

    Dr. Mensah is a regular lecturer of the U.N (Association of Slovenia) summer school on the European Green Deal and a team- member of projects financed by the EU such as “Diversity of Enforcement Titles in Cross-Border Debt Recovery in the EU” and “Train to Enforce”.


    Ph.D.,  Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political Science and Security Studies, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, and at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Szczecin. Diploma of the International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg (2004). Former Member (2015-2021) and Chair (2018-2012) of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent (special procedure of the Human Rights Council). Elected Member and Vice-Chair of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (2022-2026). Member of the International Law Association Committee on Human Rights in Times of Emergency (2017-). Enrolled in the list of ad hoc judges of the European Court of Human Rights (2018-2022). He served previously as an expert of several Council of Europe working groups. He specializes in European and international human rights law, international judiciary and the law of international organizations.

    Lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville. He specializes in civil law. He is the Director of Interuniversity Master’s Studies UPO-UNIA in Human Rights, Interculturality, and Development, as well as the director of Official Master’s Studies UPO in Contract Law and Civil Liability. Professor Ruiz is a member of the Scientific Boards of several prestigious scientific journals. His research interests mainly focus on contract law, tort law, European and comparative private law, and the implications of the principle of equality in private law, as well as recently on the implications of human rights in private law. He is a visiting professor at several universities in Europe and Latin America, as well as at the University of Szczecin.

    Associate Professor in Comparative Public Law at the European Law and Governance School of the European Public Law Organization (Athens, Greece) and also works as a lecturer at LUISS University of Rome and as an international professor at the New Vision University of Tblisi. Valentina Rita Scotti holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Public Law (University of Siena, Italy). In terms of her international experience, she she co-chairs the Research Group ‘Gender and Constitutions’ of International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL-AIDC). Moreover, she is a member of the Interest Group on Foreign Precedents. She is also a member of the Koç University’s Center for Gender Studies (Koç-Kam) and of the LUISS Centro Studi sul Parlamento – CESP.

    Assistant Professor of Law at School of Law, Christ University Lavasa (Maharashtra, India) and also at Manipal University Jaipur. He holds a specialization in Constitutional Law and has been continuously engaged in teaching subjects like Comparative Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, and Administrative Law. From 2021-2023 he was member of European Association of Data Protection Professionals. 

    Academically, he has taken 30 Guest Lectures on Comparative Constitutional Law in various universities including University of Silesia in Katowice, Faculty of Social Science, Poland, Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Gdansk, Poland, University of Santo Tomas Medellin Colombia, St. Kliment Ohridski-Bitola, North Macedonia. He is also editorial board member of Brazilian Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution-RBADR.


    Reviewer in the journal entitled International Relations and Diplomacy (ISSN 2328-2134), Editorial board member of the journal Revista de drept constitutional (Constitutional law review Journal) and Junior executive editor in the Italian law journal (ISSN 2421-2156).

    Professor at the Faculty of Law at Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest. With expertise in Constitutional Law and Political Institutions, she guides students in various Master’s Programs, focusing on European Constitutional Law and European Constitutional Justice. As a supervisor for Ph.D. candidates at the University of Economic Studies in Bucharest, she contributes significantly to the advancement of legal scholarship in areas such as Constitutional Law and Political Institutions. Her extensive experience includes serving as an arbitrator at the Court of International Commercial Arbitration and as a first assistant magistrate at the Constitutional Court of Romania. Additionally, Marieta has held notable roles in government, including Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice, where she oversaw various directorates and agencies related to European Affairs, Human Rights, and Crime Prevention. Furthermore, she has made significant contributions to legal publications and is actively involved in international legal associations, demonstrating her commitment to advancing legal research and scholarship in areas such as Comparative Public Law, Human Rights, and EU Law.


    Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, Manipal University Jaipur. She is currently heading the Department of Law. She holds a Ph.D. and LL.M. in International Law from the University of Rajasthan, India.

    With over a decade of experience in teaching, research, and academic administration, Dr Agarwal has established herself as a leading authority in the field of International Law. Her research interests also include Cyber Law, Constitutional Laws, and Procedure Laws. She has authored several articles, book chapters, and edited volumes on these subjects, which have been published in national and international journals of repute. She is currently supervising 05 doctoral scholars.

    Ph.D. in legal sciences affiliated with the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia; director of courses: Entrepreneurship, IBLA, Environmental Administration. Member of the team creating and implementing the Gender Equality Plan at the UŚ, co-chair of the Equality and Diversity Commission, and coordinator of one of the results of the GEPARD project. Academically, she works on legal guarantees of gender equality, international protection of women’s rights and WLB, while didactically – EU Law and Public International Law. She also coordinates the author’s modules: Gender Equality in the Society, Women’s Rights, and Gender Equality in the Society – legal aspects.


    Lecturer and Affiliated Assistant in Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani University in Tibilisi, Georgia. Her main field of interest is Human Rights and Antidiscrimination Law. She also leads the Antidiscriminational Law Center and Tsisia is currently working towards completing her Ph.D. at Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani University.


Accessibility Toolbar