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    • EU engagement with other European regional organisations 

      Chané, Anna-Luise; Hauser, Agata; Jaraczewski, Jakub; Jóźwicki, Władysław; Kędzia, Zdzisław; Šimáková, Michaela Anna; Suchocka, Hanna; Wallace, Stuart (FRAME, 2016-04)
      This deliverable of Work Package 5 presents the outcome of the analysis and critical assessment of EU human rights engagement with other European regional organisations. Cooperation between the European Union and the ...
    • EU human rights engagement in UN bodies 

      Baranowska, Grażyna; Chané, Anna-Luise; D’Hollander, David; Hauser, Agata; Jaraczewski, Jakub; Kędzia, Zdzisław; Lewicki, Mariusz; Połczyńska, Anna (FRAME, 2014-11)
      This report presents the outcome of the analysis and critical assessment of EU human rights engagement in UN bodies. The EU has committed itself in the Treaty on the European Union to ‘promote multilateral solutions to ...
    • EU human rights, democracy and rule of law: from concepts to practice 

      Timmer, Alexandra; Majtényi, Balázs; Häusler, Katharina; Salát, Orsolya (FRAME, 2014-12)
      This report provides an analysis of the EU’s conceptualisation and operationalisation of the concepts of human rights, democracy and rule of law. It is the second Deliverable in Work Package 3 of the FRAME project. The ...
    • EU promotion of deep democracy in the Southern Mediterranean: a missed opportunity? 

      Gómez Isa, Felipe; Muñoz Nogal, Ester (FRAME, 2016-11)
      The Southern Mediterranean is a strategic region for the EU. Since the inception of the Barcelona process in the mid-1990s, the EU has provided extensive economic and political support to the authoritarian regimes that ...
    • The EU’s engagement with regional multilateral organisations Case study: African perspective 

      Chané, Anna-Luise; Ho Tu Nam, Nora; Killander, Magnus; Lewandowski, Tomasz; Miamingi, Remember; Nkrumah, Bright (FRAME, 2015-06)
      This deliverable of Work Package No 5 assesses the engagement of the EU with the AU and other intergovernmental organisations in Africa. Through the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES), the EU and its member states on the one ...
    • The EU’s engagement with regional multilateral organisations Case study: Inter-American perspective 

      Balcerzak, Filip; Chané, Anna-Luise; Marinelli, Chiara; Romero, Amilcar; Salmón, Elizabeth (FRAME, 2015-06)
      The sixth deliverable of Work Package No 5 (WP 5) presents the outcome of the analysis and critical assessment of EU human rights engagement with the Organization of American States (OAS). The EU has committed itself in ...
    • The EU’s engagement with the main Business and Human Rights instruments 

      Bijlmakers, Stephanie; Footer, Mary; Hachez, Nicolas (FRAME, 2015-10)
      This report aims at analysing and assessing the activities of the European Union in respect of the Business and Human Rights international governance regime. More particularly, it seeks to take the measure of the EU’s ...
    • Factors which enable or hinder the protection of human rights 

      Lassen, Eva Maria; Mayrhofer, Monika; Vedel Kessing, Peter; Sano, Hans-Otto; García San José, Daniel; Frank Jørgensen, Rikke (FRAME, 2014-08)
      In assessing the factors that influence the protection and promotion of human rights in the European Union (EU), this report elucidates those factors that cut across the catalogue of human rights. This report seeks to ...
    • Food security in Yemen: how to secure food conditions of pregnant and lactating women 

      Astudillo Poggi, Francisco (Global Campus of Human Rights, 2019)
      The armed conflict in Yemen has brought about the largest humanitarian crisis in recent times and has resulted in millions of civilians affected. Millions of people live under levels of food insecurity and amongst the ...
    • Fostering independent journalism and press freedom to protect against information-related dangers of the digital age 

      Lamer, Wiebke (Global Campus, 2018)
      This paper outlines current information-related dangers of the digital age that are undermining democracy and human rights both in Europe and on a global scale. In particular, it focuses on three related trends: the ...
    • The FRAME toolbox for the EU fundamental and human rights policies 

      Haász, Veronika; Jaraczewski, Jakub; Podstawa, Karolina (FRAME, 2017-03)
      This report aims to guide the readers in a simplified way through the EU human rights toolbox that was mapped and analysed in the FRAME authors’ previous work. The present report is divided into two main parts: the first ...
    • Fundamental rights in the institutions and instruments of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice 

      Engström, Viljam; Heikkilä, Mikaela (FRAME, 2014-09)
      The purpose of this research report is to give an overview of institutional decision-making in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ). Particular attention will be paid to how European Union (EU) institutions ...
    • The global human rights protection governance system 

      Häusler, Katharina; Bregaglio, Renata; Chavez, Carmela; Dai, Tingting; Gómez Isa, Felipe; Hegde, Venkatachala G.; Jaraczewski, Jakub; Killander, Magnus; Lukas, Karin; Nagore Casas, María; Nkrumah, Bright; Yin, Lingying (FRAME, 2015-07)
      This report was written as part of the FP7 research project ‘Fostering Human Rights Among European (External and Internal) Policies’ and falls under Work Package 4 ‘Protection of Human Rights: Institution and Instruments’. ...
    • How to provide sustainable funding for civil society and community media : the case of Serbia and Western Balkan countries 

      Davor, Marko (Global Campus, 2018)
      This policy brief aims to recommend necessary regulatory and legal improvements to provide civil society media or community media in Serbia with more a friendly environment for their work. Taking into consideration the ...
    • Human rights concepts in EU Human Rights Dialogues 

      Majtényi, Balázs; Sosa, Lorena; Timmer, Alexandra; Jain, Rajendra K.; Caycho, Renato Constantino; Marinelli, Chiara; Gunn, Jeremy; Lacuesta, Alvaro; Benjelloun, Sara; Killander, Magnus; Kareithi, Mona; Nkrumah, Bright; Yan, Zihan (FRAME, 2016-04)
      This report presents five case studies on EU Human Rights Dialogues (HRDs). The case studies concern the HRDs with the African Union, China, India, Morocco and Peru. Building on the findings of the previous reports in Work ...
    • Human Rights Indicators in the Context of the European Union 

      Starl, Klaus; Apostolovski, Veronika; Meier, Isabella; Möstl, Markus; Vivona, Maddalena; Kulmer, Alexandra (FRAME, 2014-12)
      Human rights indicators are an essential instrument for planning, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of human rights protection and promotion. On the international, regional, national and local levels, numerous ...
    • Human rights priorities in the European Union's external and internal policies: an assessment of consistency with a special focus on vulnerable groups 

      Abrisketa, Joana; Churruca Muguruza, Cristina; de la Cruz, Cristina; García, Laura; Márquez Carrasco, Carmen; Morondo, Dolores; Nagore Casas, María; Sosa, Lorena; Timmer, Alexandra (FRAME, 2015-07)
      Deliverable D12.1 provided a mapping of legal and policy instruments of the EU for human rights and democracy support towards third countries, with focus on the identification by the EU of its human rights priorities for ...
    • Human rights violation and (non)prospect for democracy in Thailand 

      Sae Chua, Bencharat (Global Campus, 2018)
      The international community (in particular, the European Union and the United States) suspended political relations with Thailand after the military coup in 2014. This relationship has been gradually normalized since the ...
    • Human rights violations in conflict settings 

      Márquez Carrasco, Carmen; Íñigo Álvarez, Laura; Loozen, Nora; Salmón, Elizabeth (FRAME, 2014-09)
      The dramatic reality of contemporary conflicts and related violent crisis is the heavy toll of armed violence on civilians. The changing nature of conflict have brought about strategies and tactics that have made vulnerable ...
    • Human rights, democracy and rule of law: Different organisations, different conceptions? 

      Häusler, Katharina; Kállai, Péter; Körtvélyesi, Zsolt; Majtényi, Balázs; Sosa, Lorena; Timmer, Alexandra; Killander, Magnus; Ho Tu Nam, Nora; Okeowo, Adebayo; Gunn, Jeremy; Lagresa, Alvaro (FRAME, 2016-04)
      This report presents an exploration of different conceptualisations of human rights, democracy and the rule of law within international organisations. The report focuses on the United Nations, the African Union, the League ...