Law and Diversity - European and Latin American experiences from a legal historical perspective - Criminal law I -
- Start: Apr 3, 2023 01:30 PM (Local Time Germany)
- End: Apr 4, 2023 04:30 PM
- Organisation: Peter Collin, Massimo Meccarelli, Manuel Bastias Saavedra
- Location: mpilhlt
- Room: Conference Room (Z01)
- Host: Peter Collin
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The tensions between equality and inequality as principles of justice and distribution, as well as between general and individual case justice, should be among the basic experiences of any normative order. The history of law bears witness to this - and of ever new attempts to soften these tensions through institutional arrangements and special protection regimes.
However, the social dimensions in which the tension between equality and inequality emerged and the legal solutions or attempts at solutions it produced varied from country to country. In the workshop and publication project "Law and Diversity - European and Latin American Experiences from a Legal Historical Perspective", contributions from various European and Latin American countries are intended to illustrate this diversity and at the same time facilitate comparison. After three previous workshops dealing with general questions, public law and private law, this workshop focuses on criminal law.