Christina Akrivopoulou

Christina Akrivopoulou
Hellenic Open University · Public Administration

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Greece has been at the epicenter of the refugee crisis which evolved during the last year. Due to its geographical position it has been the entry point and host state for thousands of refugees and asylum seekers. After the first critical period of the crisis, which pertained to the establishment of a secure and safe environment for them, issues of...
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The chapter that follows examines the influence of fundamental rights in private relations from the perspective of the Greek and EU law. The first section presents the general characteristics of the Greek system of fundamental rights protection. Particular emphasis is given to the influence that the German doctrine of Drittwirkung had in the Greek...
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In the case Oliari and Others versus Italy (Appl. No. 18766/2011, judgment of 21.7.2015), the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) held that Italy by banning same-sex and any other form of civil union for homosexual couples was violating Art. 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), the right to respect privacy and family life. The EC...
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This comment outlines the basic arguments of the case 198/2012 of the Spanish Constitutional Court. The Court held in its judgment that Law 13/2005 that acknowledged the right to marriage to homosexuals is in conformity with the Spanish Constitution.
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The paper that follows offers a brief account of the current threats that the systemic Eurozone crisis and austerity pose for the social state, social and labour rights protection in Portugal. As it is analysed, Portugal has developed after the Carnation Revolution (1974) an extremely strong in its social character Constitution (1976) that promotes...
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The present comment offers a short account of the European Court of Human Rights judgment Vallianatos versus Greece. According to the ECtHR, Greece, by banning homosexual couples from entering same sex civil unions with Law 3719/2008, violated Arts 9 and 14 of the European Convention regarding the protection of privacy and family life and the prohi...
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This short comment presents briefly the basic lines of the Portugal and Italian jurisprudence regarding budget cuts in the public sector after the emergence of the Eurozone financial crisis in 2009.
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In the present framework of a severe economic crisis, Greece undertook several obligations towards the troika (EU, European Central Bank and IMF) regarding the reconstruction-deregulation of labour relations. Thus, the Law 3863 of 15 July 2010, introduced 'special apprenticeship contracts' between employers and individuals aged 15 to 18 as well as...
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The evolution of modern technology has allowed digital democracy and e-governance to transform traditional ideas on political dialogue and accountability. Digital Democracy and the Impact of Technology on Governance and Politics: New Globalized Practices brings together a detailed examination of the new ideas on electronic citizenship, electronic d...
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In recent years, with rapidly advancing technology and a more globalized culture, the importance of privacy has become paramount. The legal protection of privacy against these new technological threats is a major discussion point in Europe as well as in the United States. Personal Data Privacy and Protection in a Surveillance Era: Technologies and...
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The chapter faces a series of questions that the digital era raises as far as the protection of privacy is concerned. Technology and specifically internet, apart from posing innovative, complex threats to the autonomy and privacy of the individual constructs a new frame for approaching privacy. The technological texture of the internet calls for a...
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Privacy is a right with many aspects. Although, a uniform approach on privacy is quite often sought, a consensus is growing that there are not only one but many privacy rights. This chapter explores whether there is in fact a right to protect our genetic privacy, since this is a right quite unique in its characteristics and is certainly not identif...

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