On October 3rd 2019, the ECJ rendered its judgment in Case C-18/18 (Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek v Facebook Ireland Limited). The Court found that EU law does not preclude a host provider such as Facebook from being ordered to remove identical and, in certain...
On 25th June 2019, the court of Montreuil found that “the [French] State has committed a fault because of insufficient measures taken in terms of air quality to remedy the overrun, between 2012 and 2016, in the region Ile -de-France, of the treshold values for...
On June 13th 2019, Ecuador’s Constitutional Court approved same-sex marriage ( 5-to-4 ruling). Ecuador joins a handful of Latin American nations — Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia and Uruguay — that have legalized same-sex marriage in the recent years....
On June 11, 2019, three judges of the Botswana High Court decided unanimously that the laws of the colonial era criminalising homosexuality, are discriminatory and contrary to the Constitution of Botswana. For more information, see
Voir: }” color=”silver” newwindow=”yes”] Link April 2019 Advisory opinion requested by the French Court of Cassation Request no. P16-2018-001 10.4.2019 [GC] Legal summary Article 8 Respect for private life Advisory opinion concerning the...
Mise à jour du Guide sur la jurisprudence sur l'article 1 « Obligation de respecter les droits de l’homme - Notions de « juridiction » et d’imputabilité »
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Soon to be published in #openaccess:
“International Judicial Legitimacy. New Voices and Approaches”
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The University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli", Department of Political Science, has announced a Call for Admission to the PhD Program in "Comparative Law and Integration Processes".
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