In this article I discuss three related rights that are found in sections 53, 54 and 55 of our Constitution. Section 53 is on freedom from torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, while section 54 is about freedom from slavery or servitude and lastly, section 55 talks of freedom from forced or compulsory labour. 584 more words
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On 20 July 2015 the PHAEDRA II project consortium published its first deliverable: Authorities’ views on the impact of the data protection framework reform on their co-operation in the EU… 527 more words
The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) has published the study Access to Electronic Data by Third-Country Law Enforcement Authorities: Challenges to EU Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights, 15 more words
Greek Referendum: 61,3% Greeks vote “No”
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There is not a fundamental right to gay marriage. There is not a fundamental right to interracial marriage. Neither is there a fundamental right to female voting, white male privacy or left-handed speech. 781 more words