Tag Archives: human rights

The new media and the Strasbourg Court

Gathering good practices and identifying new trends In the new media landscape, there is an unprecedented challenge to balance freedom of expression and the right to privacy. New legal problems surface due to the technological advancement. The right to be forgotten was not similar scale problem in the time of print media as it is… Read More »

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Corporate Policies, State Institutions, and Activist Pressure: Uncovering Pathways to Remedy for Corporate Human Rights Abuses

As corporations continue to face mounting criticism from activists, local communities, and academics for the effects that their operations have had on human rights in various locales, scholarship in business and human rights (BHR) has gained significant traction. A growing consensus exists amongst practitioners and society at large that corporations have human rights obligations the… Read More »

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Bordering, Controlling, Securing: The Quarter Decade of the Refugee “Crisis” and the CEAS Reform

Children washed ashore on the coasts of Turkey and elsewhere; refugees1 being detained in the hotspots on the Mediterranean islands, waiting either to be returned or their asylum applications to be processed; and thousands of migrants walking thousands of kilometers to reach Germany in the summer of 2015… Those are the costs of fleeing from… Read More »

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