The European Commission intends to adopt an extremely ideological document which will negatively impact the family and social norms under the guise of combating violence. The Istanbul Convention undermines the right of parents to raise their children according to their own beliefs and regards traditional gender roles as a ‘source of violence’. In practice, the implementation of this act by the EU authorities will result in its primacy over national laws, despite the fact that the area it regulates lies outside of EU’s competencies.
The impact of public institutions on the family is an issue that generates many discussions.
In many countries, the development of the welfare state has not only responded to the problems of groups requiring support, but also unexpectedly created new challenges for the proper functioning of society.
The values which form the basis for law have a profound impact on modern Europe. This was the topic of the House on the Rock “Axiology of Law for the Europe of Tomorrow” Conference, which saw many prominent researchers engage in discussion in Rome.
Interpersonal relationships regulated by law are of great importance to modern Europe. The values which law is based upon will be the topic of the House on the Rock “Axiology of Law for the Europe of Tomorrow” conference organised by the Ordo Iuris Institute and the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas. The event will place in Rome and will be attended by prominent experts from various fields.
There are many myths about the legal protection of life in the public space. One of them is the claim that Poland, in comparison to most countries of the world, protects the life of unborn children very well. This was the topic of a press conference of the Ordo Iuris Institute.