Showing posts from February, 2021

Implementing ECHR judgments: New thematic factsheet on children’s rights

New President and Vice-President of the International Court of Justice

UNICEF is seeking to recruit a Legal Affairs Specialist

Attacks on abortion rights and breaches of the rule of law in Poland

Dominic Ongwen declared guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Uganda (ICC)

Low-Level Offences and Procedural Rights in Europe (online event)

Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs): What and Why?

EU Court of Justice: five judges and an advocate-general appointed

6 PhD Positions -Academy For European Human Rights Protection

ECtHR grants an interim measure in favour of Aleksey Navalnyy and asks the Government of Russia to release him

International Committee of the Red Cross, based in Geneva, Switzerland is seeking to recruit a Thematic Legal Adviser

More than a third of ECHR's judgments since its establishment concerned Turkey, Russia & Italy

ICC Court releases updates to its Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of Arbitration under the 2021 ICC Arbitration Rules

More than 1600 lawyers have been arrested in Turkey since 2016's coup attempt

Digital disconnection: Regulating remote working on an EU level

Importance and Effectiveness of EU Register of Beneficial Ownership

Criminal gang based in Ireland suspected of 4 Million money laundering

Trafficking: Ιncrease in the number of child victims - Covid-19 exposed more people to the risk of trafficking

A euro area Member State can oblige its administration to accept payments in cash, but can also limit that payment option on public interest grounds

Refusal to allow a prisoner lawyer to consult Internet sites on legal matters was unjustified (ECtHR)

Facial recognition and fundamental rights of data subjects

The right to disconnect: EU lost in translation?