A digital platform-driven COVID-19 vaccine drive amidst a digital divide: Lessons from India
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3w ago
What challenges did the Government of India face while attempting to conduct a digital platform-driven COVID-19 vaccine drive amidst India’s mass digital divide ..read more
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Irish Supreme Court rules Government’s proposed ratification of CETA unconstitutional
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1M ago
A 4-3 majority held legislative amendments are first required, empowering Irish courts to refuse to enforce CETA awards where constitutional identity, fundamental principles or EU obligations are materially compromised ..read more
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Due diligence legislation versus trade policy
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2M ago
The EU’s inconsistent approach towards sustainability treaties ..read more
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The Chagos Islands case: The vocabularies of self-determination
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2M ago
Did the Chagossian peoples’ voice reverberate in the International Court of Justice during the course of deciding their right to self-determination ..read more
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Outer space heritage site protection
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3M ago
Missions to and around the Moon are about to burgeon. How to ensure that future space explorers, while making new histories, also undertake appropriate measures to protect sites with historic value ..read more
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70 years international upholding of freedom of association: 3300+ cases
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3M ago
Freedom of association for trade unions is not safeguarded in many countries and companies ..read more
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From empty to over-congested airports: Schiphol’s passenger compensation scheme
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3M ago
Until very recently passengers were missing flights due to closed borders or positive COVID tests. Now, passengers might miss their flights, not due to pandemic measures, but due to poor airport management and labour practices ..read more
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Travel chaos at Schiphol: The need for tripartite dialogue
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3M ago
Travel chaos at Schiphol is one of the post-pandemic labour challenges to the aviation industry and this disaster will continue till the end of March 2023. What solutions do lawyers have ..read more
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Workshop on Human Rights and Contested Agency
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3M ago
There is a lack of understanding of how agency is currently conceptualised and what it actually constitutes in the operationalisation of international human rights instruments. A recent Workshop addressed this issue ..read more
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Safety First: Forced Mobilization and the Right to Seek Asylum
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4M ago
Everyone has the right to seek asylum. Human rights do not change based on race, religion, sex, or nationality. On the other hand, compulsory military service is not illegal and fleeing persecution for refusal to join armed forces should meet certain criteria ..read more
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