Last week, I was in Strasbourg for a hearing at the European Court of Human Rights for Liberty & others’ challenge to the UK Government’s bulk interception regime as exposed in the Snowden documents. 120 more words
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The Graduate School of Government and European Studies, together with the European School of Law, convenes today and tomorrow, 10-11 November 2017, the conference on »The impact of the European Institutions on the Rule of Law and Human Rights Protection in Central and Eastern Europe« in Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia. 22 more words
The ECtHR has today delivered its decision in the case of Ratzenböck and Seydl v. Austria, concerning a man-woman couple who wanted to conclude a “registered partnership”, because it considered the less committing terms of such a partnership more appealing than those of a normal marriage. 205 more words
Quebec’s Bill 62 appears in compliance with not one, but two rulings by the European Court of Human Rights.
Bill 62 mandates that to receive or provide public service in Quebec a person may not engage in such activity while wearing a face covering. 434 more words
New issue of Dignitas – Slovene Journal of Human Rights (no. 73-74, 2017) has been published. Here is its table of contents :
Dimitrij Rupel, Od Nove revije do Nove univerze, kaj pa Nova Evropa? 72 more words