No constitutional question is worthwhile to discuss through the prism of solely the national legal system. Our understanding of backsliding and perils challenging liberal constitutionalism should move ahead. For that purpose, the multilevel approach of this book provides thorough analysis on certain current global, European and Hungarian issues in the field of human rights protection. Business and human rights at the global stage, common fundamental rights standards and their enforcement in the European legal space, and the rule by law constitutionalism of Hungary.
Nóra Chronowski (JD., PhD, habil.) is associate professor at Eövös Loránd University Faculty of Law DEpartment and Constitutional Law and visiting researcher at Hungarian Academy in Budapest. Her research are comparative, EU and Hungarian constitutional law, human rights and minority rights. She is the author of several books and over 190 articles.