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Human Rights for Life. The Experience of Ukraine

., Жежихова М., Роль та місце інституту адвокатури в механізмі захисту прав і свобод людини і громадянина / Д.Бєлов, М.Жежихова // Visegrad Journal on Human Rights: Vedecký časopis Fakulty pr va Paneurópskej vysokej koly. – 2016. – № 5/1. – С. 19–26. 16. Громовчук М.В. Конституційно-правове закріплення евтаназії в зарубіжних країнах / М.В.Громовчук // Конституційно-правові академічні студії. – 2016. – № 2. – С.32-38. 17. Громовчук М.В. Конституційна система захисту прав і свобод людини та громадянина: питання теорії / М.В.Громовчук // Конституційно

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Human Rights for Information in Social Networks: Constitutional Aspect

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The article is devoted to coverage features the use of public information in social networks. The author draws attention to the occurrence of criminal responsibility for public expression in social networks.

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Is Social Media Challenging the Authority of the Judiciary? Rethinking the Effectiveness of Anonymised and Super Injunctions in the Age of the Internet

. 30. Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982. 31. Citron, D.K., “Cyber Civil Rights” (2009) 89 Boston University Law Review 1, 61. a. Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (As amended by Protocols Nos. 11 and 14, 4 November 1950, ETS 5. 213 UNTS 221). 32. Convention on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters (Lugano Convention) 28 ILM 620 (1989). 33. Cooley, T.M., A Treatise on the Law of Torts, or the Wrongs which arise Independently of Contract (Chicago, Callaghan

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Simion Bărnuţiu – Pioneer in the development of the law sciences and of the legal education in Romania

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The author analyses in this paper S. Bărnuţiu’s contribution to the establishment of the legal education and to the development of the sciences of the Law in the Romanian area during the mid-19th century. Adept of the natural law philosophy, ardent promotor of human and people’s rights, Bărnuţiu remains a personality of reference in the Romanians’ history not only for being the political leader and ideologist of the Transylvanian 1848 Revolution, but also for establishing the legal education at the University of Iasi by inspiring himself from the curriculum of the profile schools of law from the Western Europe. Having a unitary conception on the law and on the history of law, considering the law from a systemic perspective, Bărnuţiu contributed into the edification of a modern, constitutional, and democratic State in the united Romanian Principalities.

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The right to death. Fiction or reality?

References 1. Borry P., Schotsmans P., Dierickx K. 2006: Empirical research in bioethical journals. A quantitative analysis. “J Med Ethics”, XXXII/4, pp. 240-245. 2. Curran J. W, J.D., S.M. Hyg 1970: Suicide: Civil Right or Punishable Crime?, “Public Health and the Law” LX/1, p. 167. 3. European Council 1953: Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Strasbourg, Directorate of Information. 4. Eutanasia 2010: in Britannica Universal Encyclopedia (Vol. 5, p. 358), Bucharest, Litera Publishing 5. Haas

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CEDAW in the Eyes of the United States

.S. Ratification Debate.” Congressional Research Service , (2001), 7-5700. 8. Ed Pilkington, “US criticized by UN for human rights failings on NSA, guns and drones”. The Guardian. April 2, 2014 9. F.Martin, International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law , Cambridge University Press, 2006. 10. Jamil Dakwar, “U.S. Human Rights Record Undergoes International Scrutiny”. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) , April 2, 2014. 11. Julia Schast, “Battle of the Sexes: Why the United States Has Not Yet Ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of

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Member States’ liability for judicial error resulting in breaches of European Union Law

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This paper presents the remedies available to persons whose European law rights have been infringed by judgments given by national Courts. The paper firsts presents the concept of state liability for judicial errors in relation to European law, as it stems from the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, then goes on to show how the European Court of Human Rights may give redress to such aggrieved parties. Finally, it discusses the differences in the possibility of redress given by the two courts and the compatibility between their approaches, finally leading to a discussion on the possible convergence of the two.

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The Warranty of the Right to Defense under an Operating European Department of Public Prosecution

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The unborn child: history, philosophy and religion

, “The Underpinnings of the Human Rights of the Embryo”, in Persona e Bioetica , Nr. 2, Vol. 19, 2015. 5. L. M. Stănilă, Provocările bioeticii şi răspunderea penală , Ed. Universul Juridic, Colection Monografii, Bucureşti, 2015. 6. Law Reform Commission of Canada, Working paper 58: Crimes against the foetus , Ottawa, 1989. 7. MobiSystems, Oxford Concise Medical Dictionary , 8 th Edition (Version 2.2.0.7) [Software for Windows], 2015, available on: 8. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/oxford-concise-medical-dictionary-8ed/9nblgggxx905

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The Defence of Necessity in International Law and Investor Versus State Dispute Settlement

References 1. Abbott, R., Erixon, F., Ferracane, M.F. (2014). Demystifying Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), 5 ECIPE Occasional Paper. 2. Boed, R. (2014). State of Necessity as a Justification for Internationally Wrongful Conduct, 3 Yale Human Rights and Development Journal 4. 3. Brownlie, I. (1963). International Law and the Use of Force by States, Oxford University Press, Oxford. 4. Burke-White, W.W., von Staden, A. (2010). Private Litigation in a Public Law Sphere: The Standard of Review in Investor-State Arbitrations, 35 YALE J

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