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Forceful imposition of foreign citizenship as discrimination and breach of the right to respect for private life

Introduction On 27 March 2024, the UN Human Rights Committee (UN HRC) adopted an important decision concerning human rights violations resulting from the…

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Did the Court in Klimaseniorinnen create an actio popularis?

Perhaps the thorniest issue that the European Court had to address in Klimaseniorinnen was how to square the prohibition on actio popularis with the granting of standing to…

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Reflections on the Strasbourg climate rulings in light of two aims behind the Duarte Agostinho case

Two aims, among others, motivated the decision to bring the Duarte Agostinho climate case (“Duarte”) directly to the European Court of Human Rights against multiple…

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Priorities for Climate Litigation at the European Court of Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights’ judgments in KlimaSeniorinnen v Switzerland, Carême v France, and Duarte Agostinho v Portugal…

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Climate or carbon neutrality? Which one must states aim for under Article 8 ECHR?

In its judgment in Verein KlimaSeniorinnen Schweiz and Others v. Switzerland, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) Grand Chamber ruled that Switzerland had acted…

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Klimaseniorinnen: the Innovative and the Orthodox

In his dissenting opinion in Klimaseniorinnen, Judge Eicke argues that the majority has gone “well beyond … the permissible limits of evolutive interpretation” in finding a violation of…

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A Human Right to Carbon Import Restrictions? On the Notion of ‘Embedded Emissions’ in Klimaseniorinnen v Switzerland

The European Court of Human Rights’ (ECtHR) climate decisions are out, and comments followed suit (for general overviews: here, here, and…

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Inter-generational Equity, Future Generations and Democracy in the European Court of Human Rights’ Klimaseniorinnen Decision

It was immediately evident that the European Court of Human Rights judgment in Verein  KlimaSeniorinnen v. Switzerland was groundbreaking in multiple regards and will prove…

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A Swiss human rights budget?

In his vigorous, thoroughly readable, partly dissenting opinion to the recent ECtHR climate change ruling (Verein KlimaSeniorinnen Schweiz and Others v. Switzerland), Judge Eicke wonders…

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Breaking New Ground: Climate Change before the Strasbourg Court

An ocean of ink has been already spilt for the long-awaited judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on the KlimaSeniorinnen v. Switzerland,…

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