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5 Research Items
September 2010 - March 2014
OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights
- Worked on: National Human Rights Institutions; Detainee rights; Rule of Law framework for combating trafficking in human beings (including trafficking for labour exploitation); Rights of trafficked persons, including access to justice and Safe Return; Freedom of Assembly; Human Rights monitoring and response; Human Rights Defenders; Human Rights & the Armed Forces; Human Rights in responses to terrorism and radicalisation, including Community Policing; Due Process; FoRB; Freedom of Association.
August 2009 - August 2010
Field of study
- International Human Rights Law (incl. International Law, International Environmental Law, Comparative Law, Law & Islam, Regional Protection of Human Rights, Accountability for Gross Violations of Human Rights, Bioethics and the Law).
This study explores the way in which the notion of competing constitutionalisms illustrates and explains the evolution of Poland’s institutional landscape during and following the transition from communist rule. The paper considers the impact of variants of constitutionalism on constitution-making processes. While recent threats to the rule of law...
forthcoming in Cambridge University Press Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, 2nd Edition.
This article offers a socio-legal reflection on the relation between law, state obligation, and attempts to institutionalize collective memory. As the question of memory institutionalization becomes most pertinent in the context of regime change that imposes on an incumbent government certain expectations for addressing the past, the article consid...
"The UN Commission of Experts was established in October 1992, half a year prior to the launch of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY, see separate entry). Its purpose was to gather evidence on violations of humanitarian law during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia between 1991 and 1994 and to document the violat...