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Warsztat „Application of EU fundamental rights by Polish administrative bodies and courts” 2023

Content of the workshop:
4. The scope of application to Member States of fundamental rights as set out in
the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR) and as the general principles of EU
law within the meaning of Article 6 of the Treaty on European Union, including
the meaning of the British and Polish Protocol
5. The principles of interpretation of the CFR, including the issue of its direct
effectiveness and relation to the general principles of EU law, to the provisions
of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and
Fundamental Freedoms and the regulation of national law
6. Analysis of the impact of EU fundamental rights on the proceedings and case
law of Polish administrative bodies and courts:
• right to good administration and right to fair trial
• right to the protection of personal data
• prohibition of any discrimination on grounds of nationality
• right not to be punished twice (the principle of ne bis in idem) – in the context
of certain fines provided for in administrative law
• principle of proportionality of penalties – in the context of certain fines provided
for in administrative law
7. The importance of the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice regarding EU
fundamental rights for the proceedings and jurisprudence of Polish
administrative bodies and courts, including the procedure for cooperation with
the ECJ – under Article 267 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU – in the
context of administrative court proceedings
Workshops are addressed above all to:
 employees of administrative offices (both government or state offices –such as
the voivodship offices, units of the National Fiscal Administration (authorities
dealing with tax and customs matters), regulatory authorities, office of the
Ombudsman for Small and Medium Enterprises, as well as local government
offices – such as the offices of the city/town/village mayor, the county office
(starostwo), marshall offices, in particular in Malopolska region)
 lawyers (advocats, attorneys-at-law, tax advisers, attorney trainees, judges)
 students of law and administration.