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New publication: On the right to be heard in immigration detention procedures

Publication by a member of the Interest Group
by Sergio Mananashvili

In the Common Market Law Review, Sergio Mananashvili co-authored (with De Bruycker) an article on the right to be heard in immigration detention procedures and the consequences of the violation of this right in the light of Strasbourg and Luxembourg case-law. 131 more words

Publications

S.A.S v France: Towards a General Prohibition of the Full-Face Veil in Europe?

In this post I would like to analyze the first ruling at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), “S.A.S v. France”, concerning the full-face veil. 627 more words

Freedom Of Religion

"An Inconvenient Genocide, Who now remembers the Armenians?" - Geoffrey Robertson QC

Geoffrey Robertson is an Australian-British barrister and a Queen’s Counsel. He lately appeared at the European Court of Human Rights, next to Amal Clooney and two other representatives of the Armenian government, as a third party in appeal in the case Perinçek v. 1,801 more words

My Library

New judges at the European Human Rights Court

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has elected 5 new judges for the ECtHR:

Mr. Pere Pastor Vilanova (Andorra), Mrs. Gabriele Kucsko-Stadlmayer (Austria), … 15 more words

Austria

Three new surrogacy cases at the ECtHR

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is apparently intending to assume a rather unbecoming role as door-opener for the highly controversial practice of surrogacy parenthood, attempting… 603 more words

Reproductive Medicine

Failing to Face the Gender Challenge - note on the European Court of Human Rights Jurisprudence

The intersection of religion and gender equality in the context of international human rights law has been exceptionally controversial and poignant, touching the very essence of peoples’ personal beliefs and generating intense social and political tensions. 1,224 more words

International Human Rights Law

European Court of Human Rights rules against Italy in Diaz and Contrada cases

The building of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg is becoming an unpleasant place for the Italian State attorneys. In a few weeks, Italy lost two landmark and embarrassing cases. 155 more words

Crime And Court News