Fundamental Human Rights: Mutation of Right
Do we know what fundamental human rights are? Where is the border between hate speech and freedom of speech? From international practice to the Armenian reality, a discussion took place with Tatev Matinyan, President of LKI NGO and human rights specialist, who greeted the students and presented the current challenges and manifestations of hate speech in the current conditions.
The participants were briefed on how legislative norms and ideas are often seconded to the cultural life of states and adapted according to countries. Furthermore, the participants were interested in how Armenia makes use of international experience, what are the best approaches in existing conditions, shared with the audience through examples and experience of judicial victories, urging lawyers to be impartial and achieve new achievements in international practice through their education. Another lecture at the School of Liberal Policy was devoted to “Fundamental Human Rights: Mutation of Right”. We studied the issues mentioned above comprehensively and with the help of real examples.