Counter-Terrorism and Security in Europe after the Paris Attacks

by | Jun 9, 2016

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The attacks in Paris in November 2015 have resulted in a wave of counter-terrorism law and policy reform proposals at EU level. In this webinar, Professor Fiona de Londras outlines these reforms and critically engage with them from a human rights perspective.

The webinar covers the following topics:

  • What was the state of EU counter-terrorism law and policy before the Paris Attacks?
  • What are the particular perceived security vulnerabilities in Europe and how do these justify the involvement of the EU?
  • What proposals have been advanced at EU level and what are their implications for human rights?
  • How do these EU-level proposals interact with international and national proposals and measures to counter terrorism?

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