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Watch this space: Executing Article 8 Compliant Climate Mitigation Legislation in Verein KlimaSeniorinnen v. Switzerland

Now that the European Court of Human Rights delivered its first violation judgment in a human rights-based lack of climate mitigation ambition case, in Verein Klima Seniorinnen…

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Palliative Care and Assisted Suicide at the ECtHR: Dániel Karsai v. Hungary

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has reviewed several cases related to euthanasia (Gard v. UK, Lambert v. France, and Mortier v. Belgium), and…

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The Questionable “Extraterritoriality” of Switzerland’s Jurisdiction in the Semenya Case (ECtHR)

On 15 May, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) held public hearings in the case of Semenya v Switzerland. This…

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Wa Baile c. Suisse: A victory against racial profiling?

Mohamed Wa Baile, a Swiss citizen of Kenyan origin, was stopped by the municipal police in the Zurich train station when he was on his way to work.

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The Geneva Academy’s Third-party Intervention in Ukraine and the Netherlands v. Russia

Third-party interventions at the European Court of Human Rights Increasing recourse to amicus curiae briefs is a powerful game-changer in contemporary judicial practice. EJIL:Talk! has closely…

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Challenges in Executing Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights: the Case of the Roma

What does it mean for a judgment of the European Court of Human Rights to be “executed”?   In European Convention parlance, “execution” is a term…

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A Judgment Leaking from the European Court: The Case of Kovačević v Bosnia and Herzegovina

It was a hot Sunday when Istraga.ba, a Bosnian media outlet, published a sensational piece of news – the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)…

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The Caster Semenya Judgment of the ECtHR: Why It Should Not be the Final Whistle?

The legal marathon of Caster Semenya against regulations of the sport governing body (SGB) overseeing athletics has emerged as one of the most contentious legal battles, reaching the…

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Liu v. Poland: A Game Changer for the Extradition Agendas of Autocracies (like China)?

The case of Mr. Hung Tao LIU, one of the many Taiwanese suspects arrested in Europe for cross-border telecom fraud, has once again put Chinese human rights conditions…

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A new variety of rights-based climate litigation: a challenge against the Energy Charter Treaty before the European Court of Human Rights

In the last couple of years, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has become a hotspot for rights-based climate change litigation. At the time of writing, seven…

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