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New issue of Dignitas - Slovene Journal of Human Rights

New issue of Dignitas – Slovene Journal of Human Rights (no. 61-62, October 2014) has just been published. Table of contents is available here.

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ECHR condemns Turkey over penalty for man who poured paint over Atatürk statues

Press release European Court of Human Rights 21 October 2014:
‘In today’s Chamber judgment1 in the case of Murat Vural v. Turkey (application no. 9540/07) the European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been: 119 more words

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British Jihadists and treason

The news last week was that the Foreign Secretary has proposed a revival of a fourteenth century statute in order to prosecute British jihadists who travel to Iraq or Syria to fight. 1,711 more words

In The News

UK Prisoners to get the vote. Is it only a question of time?

The current Prime Minister David Cameron has declared that inmates will not be allowed the right to vote whilst he is in power, stating that the idea of it makes him feel sick. 1,519 more words

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New book on Making Sovereign Financing and Human Rights Work

N.B. This post was first published at Righting finance blog.

»Making Sovereign Financing and Human Rights Work« is the title of a book recently published by Hart Publishing, Oxford (An Imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing) and that that I co-edited together with Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky. 857 more words

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Azerbaijan: Human rights situation

Written by Jacques Lecarte

Azerbaijan is considered by many international NGOs to be an authoritarian country in which civil and political rights are severely restricted and frequently violated. 1,294 more words

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