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Using the EU Charter to Advance the Protection of Fundamental Rights in the EU - Module 4

Civil Liberties Union for Europe

About This Course

Hello and welcome to this course: Using the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU to advance the protection of fundamental rights in the EU.

The course aims at:

This course gives you the basic invight into data protection and privacy rights enshrined in the Charter.

Please note that this training can not be considered as legal advice.


There are no requirements for beginning this course. To be eligible to receive a diploma for completing the course, you are required to complete all the modules that make up the course.

For the best learning experience, we recommend a stable mobile or desktop connection to view the videos and complete the exercises.

Estimated time to complete this module: 1 hour

Modules in this course: 4 (Diplomas* will be granted after successfully completing all modules.)

Course Staff

Dr. Eva Simon - Senior Advocacy Officer, Liberties

Eva is a human rights lawyer with special focus on digital rights, currently working as a senior advocacy officer at Liberties. She is responsible for freedom of expression and privacy. Besides her EU-level advocacy work, Eva works on strategic litigation across EU member states, most recently on the enforcement of General Data Protection Regulation, which was reported by the New York Times, Reuters and Bloomberg. She has been active in the human rights field for more than ten years. Prior to joining the NGO scene, Eva worked as a media lawyer and a researcher. She was a research fellow at Central European University (2006), the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York, USA (2005), and at the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary (2001-2005).

For inquires related to knowledge hub courses, please contact us: knowledgehub at liberties dot eu

This course is made possible by funding from the European Commission.

*Diplomas are granted by Liberties and are not certified by an academic institution or authority.


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