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(2011)The thesis is a review of the implementation of the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights on the legal order of the Russian Federation; an exploration of interaction of the Russian government authorities and judges ...
The right to adequate housing between international and state strategies: a comparative study of Spain, South Africa and France (2012)This paper aims to study the current situation of the Right to Adequate Housing (RAH) and to find out which are the better strategies that have been put into practice for its realization. This has been done through a ...
The Holy See: sovereign power internationally recognised : does the authority the Holy See exercises within the international community go along with a responsibility for human rights violations? (2011)The objective of this thesis is to examine the link between the competence and power recognised to the Holy See among the international community of states and international responsibility in case of human rights violations. ...
Human rights obligations of information and communication technology companies in the context of data governance (2018)While users all over the world entrust Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies with sensitive data on a daily basis, cases of data leakages and privacy breaches have been constantly appearing in the last ...