Category Archives: Judicial cooperation in civil matters

FREE News: 20-21-22 January 2014

EUROPEAN AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE – POLICE AND JUDICIAL COOPERATION Une législation sur les garanties procédurales des suspects dans les procédures pénales : prudence est-elle bien toujours mère de sûreté ? Gdr-Elsj: “La fin de l’année 2013 a … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 9, 10 May 2013

EUROPEAN AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE – JUDICIAL COOPERATION IN CIVIL MATTERS « Bruxelles I » et la position du Danemark devant la Cour de justice : quel renvoi préjudiciel ? Gdr-Elsj: par Amélie Da Fonseca, CDRE. “Le 11 … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 6, 7, 8 May 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – FREEDOM FROM TORTURE AND DEGRADING TREATMENT High prison populations result of policy, not crime: study Euobserver: “Prison populations and overcrowding in member states is linked to sentence length and not to the number of people incarcerated. A … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 1, 2, 3 May 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – FREEDOM FROM TORTURE AND DEGRADING TREATMENT Anti-torture committee reports on Spain Human Rights Europe: “A new report on Spain by anti-torture monitors expresses concern over prison overcrowding and the practice of restraining detainees. Today’s report from the … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 29 and 30 April 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – VUNERABLE PERSONS Extradition et troubles mentaux : la prise en compte croissante de la vulnérabilité par la Cour européenne des droits de l’Homme Gdr-Elsj: Par Joanna Pétin, CDRE. “L’arrêt Aswat contre Royaume-Uni (n°17299-12), rendu par la Cour … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 11, 12 April 2013

TRANSPARENCY Campaigners hail ‘game-changing’ EU deal on oil and mining corruption Euobserver: “MEPs and ministers have agreed groundbreaking rules requiring oil and mineral companies to report payments made to third world governments. The new rules agreed on Tuesday (9 April) … Continue reading

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