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Goodbye to All That?

“It’s a fiasco, bro.” Photo by the Russian Reader

Here are two statistics that exemplify Putin’s glorious 19-year reign better than any other two statistics. 103 more words


Killer sentenced to 10 years in US federal prison after UK’s longest extradition case

Phillip Harkins was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in the US today. Harkins was originally arrested for murder in 1999 but fled to Scotland from the US after he was remanded on bail. 159 more words


Academic Forum with Professor Philip Leach

Prijazno vabljeni na strokovno razpravo o človekovih pravicah v krizi, kjer bo predaval eden vodilnih evropskih strokovnjakov za Evropsko sodišče za človekove pravice in profesor na Univerzi Middlesex v Londonu, prof. 44 more words

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Call for papers of the Journal Dignitas

Editorial Board of the Journal Dignitas – Slovene Journal for Human Rights – is inviting authors to submit papers for a special issue dedicated to the theme… 528 more words

European Court Of Human RIghts


We see demonstrations all over the world and it is getting worse. Why are people not happy with what they have? Governments are under pressure to change the way we live and give more money to the poor. 537 more words


Member of European Parliament Introduces Law Protecting Parental Rights! JASON MILLER

Hours after the end of a six-month legal battle in the British and European Courts over the life of Alfie Evans an MEP (Member of European Parliament) Steven Woolfe introduced a law Thursday (April 26th) that would give parents more rights regarding the treatment of their terminally ill children. 377 more words

ECtHR confirms: homo-partnerships are only for homosexuals (and, implicitly, marriage is only for man and woman)

The ECtHR’s decision in the case of Ratzenböck and Seydl v. Austria has become final. With this decision, the Court had decided that legislation that reserves access to so-called civil partnerships” to homosexual couples and access to marriage to heterosexual couples did not constitute discrimination. 421 more words