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The Holy See: sovereign power internationally recognised : does the authority the Holy See exercises within the international community go along with a responsibility for human rights violations?
The objective of this thesis is to examine the link between the competence and power recognised to the Holy See among the international community of states and international responsibility in case of human rights violations. ...
The corporate response to allegations of human rights abuse: an analysis of responses published by the business & human rights resource centre
As governments and International Governmental Organisations (IGOs) continue to weigh the pros and cons of mandatory regulation for corporations and as long as the international business community continues to resist it, ...
Criminalising hope : human rights implications of the criminalization of irregular immigration in EU member states and the EU
The trend to criminalise irregular immigrants among European Union Member States entails important challenges for the protection of human rights in Europe and has created unease among human rights defenders and institutions ...
The use of history in democratization-processes: symbols, traditions, education and truth and justice policies in Europe
This research analyzes the different ways history is used by states in democratization-processes, both in the short term transition to democracy as for the long term consolidation of democracy. After an attempt to define ...
The right to education for children with mental particularities: an insight to primary special education in France and in Greece
The everyday reality children with mental disabilities” and their family face, is hard since the very first moment the parents realise that their child is different from the others. School is the second level of socialisation ...