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    • Policymakers' Experiences Regarding Coherence in the European Union Human Rights Context 

      Ginsborg, Lisa; Benedek, Wolfgang; Finlay, Graham; Haász, Veronika; Meier, Isabella; Starl, Klaus; Vivona, Maddalena; Wallace, Stuart (FRAME, 2016-07)
      This report tries to get a sense of how coherence or incoherence appears in practice in the activities and discourse of policymakers in EU institutions, the Member States and in their vertical and horizontal interaction. ...
    • The positive and negative human rights impacts of non-state actors 

      David, Nicolas; Dowell-Jones, Mary; Footer, Mary; Kenner, Jeffrey; Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija; Nolan, Aoife (FRAME, 2014-07)
      This report on the positive and negative human rights impacts of non-state actors (NSAs) is the first deliverable in Work Package 7 (WP7), ‘Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society’, of the FP7 project, ...
    • The protection of vulnerable individuals in the context of EU policies on border checks, asylum and immigration 

      Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija; Heikkilä, Mikaela; Del Gaudio, Eleonora; Konstantis, Sotiris; Nagore Casas, María; Morondo, Dolores; Hegde, Venkatachala G.; Finlay, Graham (FRAME, 2016-05)
      The present report discusses the protection of particularly vulnerable individuals in the context of EU policies on border checks, asylum and immigration. With a view to evaluate human rights integration in the external ...
    • Quantitative Analysis of Factors Hindering or Enabling the Protection of Human Rights 

      Marx, Axel; Soares, Jadir (FRAME, 2016-03)
      Different factors influence the protection of human rights. They are extensively discussed in work package 2. This report adds to previous deliverables by focusing on a quantitative analysis of factors hindering or enabling ...
    • Report on the results of policy benchmarking 

      Hachez, Nicolas; Marx, Axel; Lein, Brecht; Meuwissen, Katrien; Schmitt, Pierre; Jaraczewski, Jakub; Lewis, Tamara; Raube, Kolja; Roszak, Joanna; Starl, Klaus; Morondo, Dolores; Tuvionen, Anna Kasia; Weatherburn, Amy (FRAME, 2017-04)
      This report studies the practice of ‘policy benchmarking’ as an instrument to translate the EU’s human rights commitment into practice. Policy benchmarking is a relatively new tool to monitor processes and to assess the ...
    • The Role of Human Rights in EU-US bilateral Relations 

      Unger, Anna; Wallace, Stuart; Ziegler, Tamas Dezso (FRAME, 2016-08)
      This report provides an analysis of the major questions relating to the relationship between the European Union and the United States of America in the field of human rights. It is the fifth Deliverable in Work Package 6 ...
    • The role of human rights in the EU’s external action in the Eastern Partnership, the Southern Neighbourhood and in Sub-Saharan Africa 

      Dunay, Pál; Ekeke, Alex; Ghazaryan, Narine; Gunn, Jeremy; Huszka, Beáta; Killander, Magnus; Nkrumah, Bright; Körtvélyesi, Zsolt; Rácz, András; Balogh, László; Halász, Péter; Kopper, Ákos; Majtényi, Balázs; Nagy, Alíz (FRAME, 2016-09)
      This report discusses the role of human rights in the EU’s policy to the Eastern Partnership countries, the southern neighbours and the sub-Saharan African states. It builds on the first report of FRAME Work Package 6 – ...
    • The role of human rights in the EU’s external action in the Western Balkans and Turkey 

      Fraczek, Susanne; Huszka, Beáta; Körtvélyesi, Zsolt (FRAME, 2016-04)
      This report discusses the role of human rights in the EU’s enlargement policy to the Western Balkans and Turkey. It builds on the first report of FRAME Work Package 6 – Deliverable 6.1 – which gave an overview of the types ...
    • Structures and mechanisms to strengthen engagement with non-state actors in the protection and promotion of human rights 

      Kenner, Jeffrey; Schmitt, Pierre; Sissins, Katrina; Wallace, Stuart (FRAME, 2016-04)
      The previous reports in this work package have demonstrated that the European Union (EU) as a whole makes substantial efforts to engage with a range of Non-State-Actors (NSAs) encompassing i) businesses, including transnational ...