SESSION 1: EVIDENCE IN DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS (Chair: Mr Michael O’Boyle)
Kristin Henrard- “Sharing of the burden of proof in cases on racial discrimination before the ECtHR: a mixed account”.
Katarzyna Sękowska-Kozlowska- “When is domestic violence discriminatory? From Opuz v Turkey to Volodina v Russia”.
SESSION 2: NEW EVIDENTIARY CHALLENGES (Chair: Prof Marie-Bénédicte Dembour)
Nele Schuldt- “Evidence in climate change litigation before the ECtHR”.
Joseph Finnerty- “Conspiracies and the Convention: How does an applicant prove a state’s ulterior motives under Article 18 of the ECHR?”.
SESSION 3: EVIDENCE AND STATE SECRECY (Chair: Ms Nina Kolowratnik)
Grażyna Baranowska- “Substantiating claims of secret migrant detention at the ECtHR”.
Jasmine Sommardal- “Considerations which the Court is not well equipped to challenge? – The obligation of Contracting Parties to produce national security evidence before the ECtHR”.
Anne-Katrin Speck- “Concluding remarks”.