Roger Errera s

Roger Errera was a former senior member of the Conseil d’Etat, France’s Supreme Court for administrative law.
He also was, until 2010, Visiting Professor at the Central European University in Budapest, where he teaches free speech and judicial review of administrative action.

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Participations institutions fraçaises, internationales
Participation to the activities of French, foreign and international institutions
Paris, 2011

Participation to an international conference on the legal issues raised by negationism.

Opening speech: "History, memory and law", and chairing of the first round-table: "Historical aspects: genocide, nazi law and negationism".

Allocution d'ouverture: "L'histoire, la mémoire et le droit" (en anglais), et présidence de la première table ronde: "Aspects historiques: génocides, droit nazi et négationnisme".

 
1999 : Bellagio, Italy

Participation to an international conference on “Constitution-making, conflict and transition in divided societies”, organized by the Cunliffe Center for the Study of Constitutionalism, University of Sussex and INCORE (Initiative for Conflict Resolution and ethnicity, University of Ulster).

Presentation of a paper on "Memory, history and justice in divided societies. The unfinished dialogue between Mnemosyne and Clio".

 
s 1993 : Venice

Participation to an international conference organized by the Foundation for a Civil Society, program on “Justice in times of Transition”, on the theme : “Democracy and Decommunization: Disqualification Measures in eastern and central Europe and the Former Soviet Union”.

Presentation of a paper on “Memory and history: on two burdens”.

Since 1993, member of the Advisory Board of this program.

 
d 1993 : Strasbourg

Partcipation to a Northern Ireland Seminar organised by the Council of Europe on "Constitutional Protection of Human Rights: comparative Experiences".

Presentation of a paper on “History and memory”.

 
d 1992 : Salzburg

Participation to a conference organized by the Charter 77 Foundation on justice in times of transition.

Presentation of a paper on “Conscience, memory and justice”.