Speaker: András Sajó
On 26 April 2022, our panel was joined by Professor András Sajó* to discuss his recent book, Ruling By Cheating: Governance in Illiberal Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2021).
For this occasion, our panel included two of the leaders of our research project: Honorary Associate Professor Adam Czarnota and Professor Martin Krygier, both of the University of New South Wales, with guest panellist Professor Rosalind Dixon, also of the University of New South Wales.
The session was recorded and the archive edition is now available for viewing.^
The discussants take a tour of key themes from the book, then the international audience participated in the Q&A session (Q&A begins after about 1 hour).
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^Recording was advised to all participants. Views expressed herein are those of the authors/speakers and are not necessarily those of the Australian Government, the Australian Research Council, or the individual’s parent institution.
*András Sajó is University Professor at Central European University and a former vice-president-judge at the European Court of Human Rights. He holds an honorary doctorate from the European University Institute and visiting professorships at Cardozo Law School, University of Chicago Law School, NYU Law School, and Harvard Law School. His recent publications include Constitutional Sentiments (2011) and, with Renáta Uitz, The Constitution of Freedom (2017)