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Central European Professors' Network

Seven countries, 47 researchers, 5 research groups, countless international scientific projects and dissertation materials - this is the CEA Professors' Network. As a result of our professional activity, we research and teach together in the framework of close cross-border collaborations, and our publications play an important role in filling gaps worldwide.

General description about the Professors' Network

The Central European Professors' Network began its international comparative law research activity on January 1, 2021, at that time still under the coordination of the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law. We are now operating under the organisation of the Central European Academy's Professors' Network.
The Professorial Network conducts comprehensive international scientific activities, with the active participation of seven countries (Czech Republic, Croatia, Poland, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia) and 47 researchers, organised into five research groups.

Its primary goal is to create a Central European professional network by establishing closer cooperation.
A folyamatos kooperáció eddigi rész- és végleges eredményeit az egyes kutatócsoportok különböző szakmai platformokon, konferenciák alkalmával, valamint publikációk (szakcikkek és a kutatások eredményeit összesítő szakkönyvek) formájában teszik elérhetővé.
Ezeket a fontos szakmai munkákat tudásbázisunkban is rendszerezzük, ápoljuk és közzétesszük.

Latest dissemination events

Dissemination event

The annual work of each research group is accompanied by approximately 30 dissemination events in the form of webinars, doctoral student conferences, roundtable discussions, and reports-interviews, during which the most current questions and results related to the group's research area come into focus.

The right to privacy and prisoners of war

15 July 2022
Firstly, the presentation began with the definition of the concept of "human right" as a legal entitlement that is granted to the individual regardless of his consent, as it originates from human dignity as such. The presentation also deals with the definition of the concept of "privacy" according to the Oxford Dictionary, used as a state in which one is not observed or disturbed by other people, is in a state free from public attention.

Data protection in the digital environment: Serbian and European perspective

25 May 2022
At the beginning of the webinar, the presenter proposed to define the concept of privacy, referring to Serbian and European law. National constitutions, including the Serbian one, generally protect the privacy of individuals by referring to the following: (1) the inviolability of the home; (2) the confidentiality of letters and other means of communication; and (3) to protect personal information.

The right to privacy in the digital age - Opinion of young researchers

16 May 2022
The main goal of the event was to let the your researchers present
their research results. Privacy is an important element of individual autonomy and is essential for an individual to live a full and fulfilling life in the 21st century. Protecting privacy can be a challenge when the planes of rights and freedoms and public policies to intrude on privacy to achieve collective goals collide. The theme of the conference is today's great challenge, the development of an acceptable form of the right to privacy.

Our Professors

Prof. Dr. Tudorel Toader (RO)

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Dr. Michal Petr (CZ)

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Prof. Dr. Alexander Graser, LL.M. (Harvard) (DE)

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Prof. dr hab. Aleksander Stępkowski (PL)

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Prof. Giacinto della Cananea (IT)

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Prof. Dr. Bertrand Mathieu (FR)

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Prof. Dr. sc. Petar Bačić (SK)

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Dr. Berkes Lilla (HU)

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Prof. Dr. Varga Zs. András (HU)

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Dr. Frane Staničić (HR)

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Prof. Dr. Sanja Savčić (SRB)

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Dr. Vasilka Sancin (SLO)

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doc. JUDr. Ing. Michal Radvan, Ph.D. (CZ)

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Michal Maslen JUDr., PhD (SK)

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Dr. Habil. Bartosz Majchrzak (PL)

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Prof. Dr. Miha Juhart (SLO)

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Dr. Krajnyák Enikő (HU)

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Prof. Dr. habil. Szilágyi János Ede (HU)

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Dr. Aleksandra Syryt, PhD (PL)

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doc. Mgr. Ján Škrobák, PhD (SK)

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Dr. Kruzslicz Péter (HU)

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doc. JUDr. Mgr. Kateřina Frumarová , Ph.D. (CZ)

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Prof. Dr. Benjamin Flander (SLO)

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Prof Dr. Dalibor Đukić (SRB)

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Prof. Dr. sc. Dalibor Čepulo (HR)

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Dr. Tribl Norbert (HU)

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Prof. Dr. Tóth J. Zoltán (HU)

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Prof. Dr. Zdeňka Králíčková, PhD (CZ)

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Prof. Dr. Suzana Kraljić (SLO)

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Prof. Dr. habil. Marek Andrzejewsk (PL)

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Dr. Lilla Garayová, PhD (SK)

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Dr. Heinerné Dr. habil. Barzó Tímea (HU)

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Prof. Dr. Gordana Kovaček Stanić (SRB)

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Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Korać Graovac (HR)

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Dr. Michał Poniatowski (PL)

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Dr. habil. Pawel Sobczyk (PL)

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Dr. Matija Damjan, PhD (SLO)

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Dr. Vanja-Ivan Savić(HR)

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Dr. sc. Marta Dragičević Prtenjača (HR)

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Prof. Dr. habil. Koltay András LL.M. (HU)

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Dr. Katarína Šmigová, PhD, LL.M (SK)

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Dr. Dušan V. Popović, PhD (SRB)

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Dr. David Sehnálek, PhD (CZ)

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Dr. Bartłomiej Oręziak (PL)

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Dr. habil. Marcin Wielec (PL)

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