Tag Archives: European Court of Human Rights

Why Is The “Humanization” Of Humanitarian Law Not A Good Idea?

Why Is The “Humanization” Of Humanitarian Law Not A Good Idea? Military necessity is the raison d’être of international humanitarian law (IHL). It permits measures which are actually necessary to accomplish a

Judicial Interpretation Of The Right To Life

Judicial Interpretation Of The Right To Life The right to life is a fundamental right and is protected under the Constitution in a democracy. Given this constitutional nature, its language is expected to

European Union Rights Court Permits Secret Hearing

European Union Rights Court Permits Secret Hearing The European Court for Human Rights dismissed the claims of three students who said that their almost two weeks of detention without charges violated their


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Can Forced Labour of Immigrant Workers in the Middle East be Regarded as Slavery?

Can Forced Labour of Immigrant Workers in the Middle East be Regarded as Slavery? When most people think of slavery, they instinctively think of colonialized Africa or the discrimination faced by the