Human Rights

The latest issue of the Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme has been released.

This issue includes in-depth analyses relating to the right to a healthy environment, the “intersectional discrimination”, the Covid-19 pandemic, the “Basic Principles on the role of Lawyers” and also the recent case-law of the United States Supreme Court.

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RTDH n° 126 – 1er avril 2021 – Sommaire

Human Rights

The book “Human Rights Litigations” (under the scientific direction of Frédéric Krenc, Frédéric Bouhon and Christophe Deprez) has been released.

The table of contents is available here.

Human Rights

The latest issue of the Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme has been released.

This issue concerns the Covid-19 pandemic, the right to the protection of health, the judicial independence, the “jurisdiction” of States Parties to the Convention, the right to protection of personal data, the conditions of detentions and the freedom of expression of the teachers.

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A Liber Amicorum to honour the President Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos has been published.

The theme chosen to honour Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos revolves around the right to a fair trial. This right is examined both from a regional and international perspective.

This book includes an article signed by Frédéric Krenc and entitled « How to combine the principle of publicity and the right to privacy in the digital age ? ».

Human Rights

Signed on 4 November 1950, the European Convention on Human Rights celebrates its seventieth anniversary this year. This offers us the opportunity to celebrate the significance and uniqueness of this international convention, which forms the foundation of the protection of Human Rights within the Council of Europe.

For this occasion, the Journal des tribunaux is publishing our traditional case comments of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. Our paper covers the first half of 2020. The health crisis has not had a significant impact on the functioning of the Court, as its judgments and decisions on important issues are of the utmost importance.

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On the basis of a request brought by the Ordre des barreaux francophones et germanophone (OBFG) and the Orde van Vlaamse Balies (OVB), supported by the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe, the Belgian Constitutional Court delivered a significant judgment on lawyer-client privilege on 24 September 2020.

The Constitutional Court recalls that lawyer-client privilege is protected by the right to privacy and the right to a fair trial.

Me Frédéric Krenc represented the O.B.F.G. in this case.

Human Rights

In this publication, edited by Loïc Robert and Hélène Surrel, Frédéric Krenc analyses the crucial question of the

“acceptability” of judgements of the European Court of Human Rights.  

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Issue no. 123 of the Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme includes some of the papers presented at the symposium organised to celebrate the publication’s thirtieth anniversary, dedicated to “The independence of national judges as seen by the two European Courts”.

This edition also looks at issues relating – among others – to ecological and environmental matters, combating racism and prison conditions.

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Human Rights

The Journal des tribunaux published our traditional case comments of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.

 

Human Rights

 

Issue no. 122 of the Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme has been published.

For more information, see https://rtdh.eu