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Mladina v Slovenia - ECtHR protects harsh journalistic criticisms of politicians

The European Court of Human Rights has on 17 April 2014 delivered its judgment in the case of Mladina d.d. v Slovenia (20981/10) concerning the scope and nature of freedom of political expression. 544 more words

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Spielmann on margin of appreciation

President of the European Court of Human Rights, Dean Spielmann, has on 20 March 2014 delivered a lecture at the UCL Faculty of Law of the University College London on the doctrine of margin of appreciation in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. 9 more words

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Separate Prison for the LGBTI, Collective Isolation

Source: “LGBTİ’lere Ayrı Cezaevi, Toplu Tecrit,” (“Separate Prison for the LGBTI, Collective Isolation,”) kaosGL.org, 15 April 2014, http://www.kaosgl.com/sayfa.php?id=16329

LGBTI organizations, lawyers and MPs from Justice and Development Party (AKP) and Republican People’s Party (CHP) offer their assessment on the project for separate prisons for the LGBTI: “collective isolation,” “concentration camp,” “labelling,” “against the ECHR” 948 more words

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ECtHR reaffirms disability rights

The European Court of Human Rights rendered on 15 April 2014 judgment in the case of Asalya v Turkey (43875/09) concerning the degrading detention conditions of Mr Asalya, who is paraplegic. 246 more words

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Jaloud v. The Netherlands and the (Over?)Reach of the European Court of Human Rights

This week and next the students in my undergraduate international law class are participating in a mock trial of the European Court of Human Rights.  This year, I’ve assigned them the case of… 623 more words

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New publications

Several interesting publications have been published on the EU Fundamental Rights Charter and the European Convention on Human Rights in the last few weeks. Here are some of them : 726 more words

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"Equality of Arms" and its Effect on the Quality of Justice at the ICC

Written by: Tosin Osasona [1]

The concept of equality of arms has a dinstinctive European origin and can be traced back to the medieval era, when dispute was settled by ordeal of trial by battle. 1,783 more words

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