Between International Human Rights Law and Right-wing Populism: What Place for Social Rights? Session Two

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The second part of the Seminar looked at non-authoritarian forms of populism, and discussed to what extent these can be instrumental to serving the goals and methodologies of liberal constitutional democracy and international human rights law. The session asked what shifts must take place within international human rights law (social rights in particular) to improve international law’s, decayed legitimacy.
Period12 Apr 2022
Event typeSeminar
LocationMaastricht, NetherlandsShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • social rights
  • international human rights law
  • populism
  • economic, social and cultural rights