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Climate Change and the ECHR: The Results Are In

To much media attention, excitement and general anticipation, the European Court of Human Rights finally handed down judgments in the three climate change cases relinquished to the Grand…

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A Quick Take on the European Court’s Climate Change Judgments

Today the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered a monumental trio of decisions – two admissibility decisions and one judgment – on climate change.

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Seizing Russia’s Frozen Assets: Quis iudicabit?

As 2024 begins, negotiations on further financial assistance to Ukraine have stalled on both sides of the Atlantic. As a consequence,…

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How to Maneuver Around Acknowledging the Right to Access Abortion: Some Thoughts on the ECtHR’s judgment in M.L. v Poland

On 14 December 2023, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR, Court) issued its much-awaited judgment in M.L. v Poland, i.e. in one of the…

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Countering Instrumentalised Migration: The case for Border Closure Through a Derogation under the ECHR

As examined in Felix Peerbom’s recent post, the phenomenon of instrumentalised migration has made its unwanted return to the European Union’s (EU) external borders. Instrumentalised migration refers…

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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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Kovačević v Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the saga of the Dayton Peace Agreement’s incompatibility with the European Convention on Human Rights  

In December 2009, the European Court of Human Rights found in Sejdić and Finci that the electoral system in Bosnia and Herzegovina was discriminatory as it did…

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The Human Rights Backlash in Criminal Justice: The Case of Russia’s Exit from the European Convention on Human Rights

Large-scale conflicts such as the Russia – Ukraine crisis transform societal structures of the regions involved. Much analysis has already focused on changes in Russian politics, economy,…

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The Objective Friends of the Court – New Insights into the Role of Third Parties before the European Court of Human Rights

On 20 March 2023, the European Court of Human Rights published a Practice Direction on the modalities of Third-Party Intervention and announced an amendment of the Rules…

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Climate Change hearings and the ECtHR

On March the 29th, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights held oral hearings in two of the three climate change claims before the Chamber.

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