Orsolya Salát


Short CV:

Orsolya SALÁT received her SJD from Central European University (2012/nostrified as PhD by ELTE in 2013), LL.M from the University of Heidelberg (2005), law degree from ELTE (2004). Her main research interests are: comparative constitutional and human rights law, freedom of expression, right to protest and assembly, European human rights law and rule of law. She is national director on behalf of ELTE in the European Masters Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (E.MA), co-editor of Fundamentum, the Hungarian human rights journal, and section editor of the V4 Human Rights Review.

Selected publications:

-  “Citizen journalism: potentials and pitfalls for European Union citizenship” In: Sybe, de Vries; Henri, de Waele; Marie-Pierre, Granger (eds.) Civil Rights and EU Citizenship : Challenges at the Crossroads of the European, National and Private Spheres, Cheltenham / Northampton: Edward Elgar, (2018) pp. 253-278. , 26 p.

Freedom of Assembly: A Comparative Study, Hart, (2015) 304. p.

- “Comparative Freedom of Assembly and the Fragmentation of International Human Rights Law” Nordic Journal of Human Rights 32 : 2 pp. 140-156. , 17 p. (2014)

E-mail: orsolya.salat@tatk.elte.hu
Phone: 372-2500/6307
Room: 3.100A

HU 2019.10.10.