Event date

1 December

Time

18h00

Language(s)

L

Freedom of association is one of the most fundamental social achievements of the democratic system. In Luxembourg, as elsewhere in Europe, its history is characterised by a process of small steps forward and constant regressions. The law of 21 April 1928 on non-profit associations, strongly inspired by foreign models, represents one of the high points of this process. The lecture will trace the main stages in the history of freedom of association in Luxembourg from the French Revolution to the eve of the Second World War and, in passing, will look at the emergence of freedom of assembly and the right of association.



Where: Auditorium Cercle Cité
3, rue Genistre
(entry Cité Bibliothèque)

Facilitator

Mohamed Hamdi

Price

Gratuit

Registration

T +352 4796 4500
visites@2musees.vdl.lu