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N° 105 - Janvier 2016
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In memoriam – Michel Puéchavy , par Patrick de Fontbressin
The European Court of Human Rights facing Europe in crisis , par Linos-A Sicilianos
The European Court of Human Right and the Fight Against Terrorism , par Frédéric Bernard
International child abduction before the European Court of Human Rights: Between positive duty and interference , par Adeline Gouttenoire
Discrimination in access to education. The Lessons of the European Court of Human Rights’ Case Law , par Julie Ringelheim
The regulation of wearing religious signs in public establishments and public space : the french example ? , par Marjolaine Monot-Fouletier
Mutual recognition and fundamental rights: what are the limits to judicial cooperation in criminal matters? , par Suliane Neveu
The challenges of coming into force to the optional Protocol related to the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights , par Arnaud Lebreton
Soft law and human rights. Chronic (june 2014 – june 2015) , par Mihaela Ailincai - Céline Fercot - Stéphane Gerry-Vernières - Sabine Lavorel - Xavier Souvignet - Sandrine Turgis
NGOs’ applications to the European Court of Human Rights : the Court (too) prudently tries to expand access to its courtroom by extricating itself from its own jurisprudential quagmire (obs/s. Cour eur. dr. h., Gde Ch., Affaire Centre de ressources juridiques au nom de Valentin Câmpeanu c. Roumanie, 17 juillet 2014), par Laura Van Den Eynde
The lessons to be learnt from the Tarakhel case : the enriched judicial reasoning at the source of an enhanced protection of migrants in Europe (obs/s. Cour eur. dr. h., Gde Ch., Tarakhel c. Suisse, 4 novembre 2014), par Céline Lageot
The cautious control of « competition dawn raids » by the European Court of Human Rights (obs/s. Cour eur. dr. h., Vinci Construction et GTM Génie Civil et services c. France, 2 avril 2015), par Thierry Bontinck - Anaïs Guillerme