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The Connection between Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Respect for Human Rights

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The World Court of Human Rights Feasibility Study

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International Security Presence in Kosovo and its Human Rights Implications

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Maximising available resources: Equality and human rights proofing Irish fiscal policy

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Prosecuting War Crimes and Meeting Obligations under the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms at the Same Time – the Case of Croatia

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The European Stability Mechanism: Human Rights Concerns Without Responsibilities?

References Dawson Mark and de Witte Floris, 2013, ‘Constitutional Balance in the EU after the Euro-Crisis’, The Modern Law Review, LXXV(5): 817-844. de Lhoneux Etienne and Vassilopoulos Christos A., 2014, The European Stability Mechanism Before the Court of Justice of the European Union. Comments on the Pringle Case, Springer. De Sena Pasquale, 2010, ‘International Monetary Fund, World Bank and Respect for Human Rights: A Critical Point of View’, The Italian Yearbook of International Law, XX: 247

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Application of Legal Entities to the European Court of Human Rights: a Significant Disadvantage as the Condition of Admissibility

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Protecting Human Rights Through Fundamental Principles of Administrative Procedures in Eastern Europe

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Right of Access to Supreme Courts in Light of the Guarantees under Article 6 § 1 of the Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (civil aspect)

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Intertwined but Different. The Heterologous In Vitro Fertilization Case before the European Court of Human Rights and the Italian Constitutional Court

References · Arai-Takahashi Yutaka, 2013, ‘The margin of appreciation doctrine: a theoretical analysis of Strasbourg’s variable geometry’, in Follesdal et al., 2013, Constituting Europe: the European Court of human rights in a national, European and global context, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 62-105. · Benvenisti Eyal, 1999, ‘Margin of Appreciation, Consensus, and Universal Standards’, International Law and Politics, XXXI: 843-854. · Bernhardt Rudolf, 1993, ‘The Convention and Domestic Law’, in

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