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How to Deal with Really Good Bad-Faith Interpreters: M.A. v Denmark

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, Vol 37, Iss 1 (2022)

Abstract:Can a State that no-longer officially pursues an integration agenda for a group of refugees claim integration as a legitimate aim to interfere with the fundamental rights of said group? If domestic courts’ careful consideration of international human r...

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Networking for Historical Justice: The Application of Graph Database Management Systems to Network Analysis Projects and the Case Study of the Reparation Movement for Japanese Colonial and Wartime Atrocities

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Open Humanities Data, Vol 8 (2022)

Abstract:Using the reparation movement for Japanese colonial and wartime atrocities as a case study, this paper explores the applicability of graph database management systems to network analysis research and teaching in the field of digital humanities. Since t...

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Freedom to Conduct Business During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Tilburg Law Review, Vol 26, Iss 1 (2021)

Abstract:Unprecedented restrictions on various human rights were applied during the COVID-19 pandemic, and considered crucial in most cases to halt the spread of infection. Yet, a number of critical issues were raised concerning the scope and proportionality of...

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Legality of Human Rights Restrictions During the COVID-19 Pandemic Under the European Convention on Human Rights

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Tilburg Law Review, Vol 26, Iss 1 (2021)

Abstract:The European Convention on Human Rights, the regional international treaty adopted in 1950, requires that any restriction, limitation, or interference with the rights and freedoms guaranteed in the Convention should be ‘prescribed by law’, ‘in accordan...

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The Impact of an Enforced Disappearance on a Household’s Financial Vulnerability in the Philippines

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Glocality, Vol 4, Iss 1 (2021)

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to describe the impact of enforced disappearance on a household’s financial vulnerability, with a particular focus on the Philippines. A qualitative approach was adopted for this study; semi-structured interviews were condu...

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Litigating the Immunities of International Organizations in Europe: The ‘Alternative- Remedy’ Approach and its ‘Humanizing’ Function

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, Vol 36, Iss 2 (2021)

Abstract:There is a clear normative tension between the immunities of international organizations and the human rights to a court and to a remedy. Most national jurisdictions around the world have so far failed to recognize such a normative conflict and applied...

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Mothers of Srebrenica: Causation and Partial Liability under Dutch Tort Law

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, Vol 36, Iss 2 (2021)

Abstract:This article explains the Dutch theory of partial liability and why the application of this theory benefited the plaintiffs in the case of Mothers of Srebrenica from a tort law perspective. Partial liability is a theory under Dutch law to redeem causal...

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Tort Law and State Accountability for Overseas Violations of International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law: The UK Perspective

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, Vol 36, Iss 2 (2021)

Abstract:This article argues that tort law has a role to play in holding the British government to account for overseas violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law. The context of tortious claims for overseas violations of in...

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The Principle of Proportionality in Modern Ius Gentium

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Utrecht Journal of International and European Law, Vol 36, Iss 1 (2021)

Abstract:The principle of proportionality refers to the criteria for fair and optimal balancing of interests. It is widely applied to international disputes and has gained institutional and scholarly acceptance in the field of international law. This paper aims...

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FIFA and Human Rights – a Research Agenda

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Tilburg Law Review, Vol 25, Iss 1 (2020)

Abstract:This special issue of the Tilburg Law Review aims to study the intersection between human rights and the way the 'Fédération Internationale de Football Association' (FIFA) governs and shapes football. The objective of this editorial is threefold. First...

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