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Turkey’s Derogation from Human Rights Treaties – An Update

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Turkey’s Derogation from Human Rights Treaties – An Update In an earlier post of 27 July I provided a first assessment of Turkey’s declared derogation from the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and an assessment what kind of measures could be expected, as derogations both from the ECHR and …

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Ballantyne, Davidson, McIntyre v. Canada, Communications Nos. 359/1989 and 385/1989, U.N. Doc. CCPR/C/47/D/359/1989 and 385/1989/Rev.1 (1993)

Distr. RESTRICTED */ CCPR/C/47/D/359/1989 and 385/1989/Rev.1 5 May 1993 ENGLISH Original: ENGLISH and FRENCH HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE Forty-seventh session VIEWS Communications Nos. 359/1989 and 385/1989 Submitted by: John Ballantyne and Elizabeth Davidson, and Gordon McIntyre Alleged victims: The authors State party: Canada Date of communications: 10 April and 21 November …

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Palestine, Statehood and the Challenges of Representation

Palestine, Statehood and the Challenges of Representation Guy Goodwin-Gill is a Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford and Professor of International Refugee Law, University of Oxford. Previously, he was Professor of Asylum Law at the University of Amsterdam and Legal Adviser in the Office of United Nations High Commissioner …

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The Role of Courts in the International Legal System – An EJIL:Talk! Discussion

The Role of Courts in the International Legal System – An EJIL:Talk! Discussion Starting next week, EJIL:Talk! will be hosting a discussion of the changing role courts and tribunals in the international legal system. This conversation will be structured around a discussion of two articles in the current anniversary issue of the European …

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The Security Council and Human Rights: What is the role of Art. 103 of the Charter?

The Security Council and Human Rights: What is the role of Art. 103 of the Charter? At last week’s ASIL meeting there was a panel on whether the United Nations Security Council is bound by human rights law. The panelists (Vera Gowlland-Debbas, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Linos-Alexander …

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