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    • ICT and Human Rights 

      Jørgensen, Rikke Frank; Møller Pedersen, Anja; Benedek, Wolfgang; Nindler, Reinmar (FRAME, 2015-11)
      This case-study undertaken by the Danish Institute of Human Rights in Copenhagen and the European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Graz is part of the FP7 project Fostering Human Rights among ...
    • The impact of EU trade and development policies on human rights 

      Brando, Nicolás; Hachez, Nicolas; Lein, Brecht; Marx, Axel (FRAME, 2015-06)
      Since the Lisbon treaty entered into force on 1 December 2009, all policies of the European Union must contribute to the promotion and protection of human rights. For the Union’s external policies in particular, Article ...
    • The impact of international global governance and regulatory frameworks in trade 

      Hachez, Nicolas; Hegde, Venkatachala G.; Lein, Brecht; Nyarko, Michael (FRAME, 2016-09)
      This report forms part of the FRAME’s project stream of research which analyses how human rights are integrated into EU policies on trade and development, and to what extent this is consistently and coherently translated ...
    • Improving EU Engagement with Non-State Actors 

      Benedek, Wolfgang; Footer, Mary; Kenner, Jeffrey; Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija; Nindler, Reinmar; Nolan, Aoife; Wallace, Stuart (FRAME, 2015-03)
      This report, FRAME 7.2, provides analysis of the EU’s engagement with non-state actors. In the context of FRAME, non-state actors (NSAs) are understood to encompass businesses, international financial institutions (IFIs), ...
    • In-depth studies of selected factors which enable or hinder the protection of human rights in the context of globalisation 

      Mayrhofer, Monika; Zarrehparvar, Mandana; Sano, Hans-Otto; Marslev, Kristoffer; Møller Pedersen, Anja; Vedel Kessing, Peter (FRAME, 2015-06)
      Under the auspices of the FP7 project Fostering Human Rights among European Policies (FRAME), this publication is a follow-up on the first report (D 2.1) on ‘factors which enable or hinder the protection of human rights’. ...
    • The integration of EU development, trade and human rights policies 

      Ark, Manpreet; Islam, Mazharul; Kenner, Jeffrey; Lein, Brecht; Peake, Katrina (FRAME, 2016-09)
      FRAME Work Package 9 is concerned with assessing how human rights are integrated into EU policies on development and trade and to what extent this is translated in concrete policy instruments and tools. It analyses the ...
    • Integration of FRAME in the education activities at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization 

      Haász, Veronika; Podstawa, Karolina (FRAME, 2016-11)
      The report ‘Integration of FRAME in the Education Activities at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization’ accounts for the initiatives undertaken at EIUC to disseminate FRAME project’s ...
    • The integration of human rights in EU development and trade policies 

      Beke, Laura; D’Hollander, David; Hachez, Nicolas; Pérez de las Heras, Beatriz (FRAME, 2014-09)
      The EU has attempted to foster the nexus between trade, development and human rights by gradually integrating human rights into its trade and development policies from the 1990s onwards. The Lisbon Treaty subsequently made ...
    • International Human Rights Protection: Institutions and Instruments 

      Mayrhofer, Monika; Chavez, Carmela; Hegde, Venkatachala G.; Killander, Magnus; Larik, Joris; Nkrumah, Bright; Salmón, Elizabeth (FRAME, 2014-01)
      The present Report on the mapping study on relevant actors in human rights protection was written as part of Work Package 4 “Protection of Human Rights: Institution and Instruments” of the FP 7 project “Fostering Human ...
    • International Human Rights Protection: The Role of National Human Rights Institutions - a Case Study 

      Mayrhofer, Monika; Aquilar, Francisco; Azeriah, Mehdi; Bregaglio, Renata; Gunn, Jeremy; Harris, Patrick; Idrissi, Amal; Lagresa, Alvaro; Lengua, Adrián; Murthy, Y.S.R.; Nkrumah, Bright; Yigen, Kristine (FRAME, 2016-04)
      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: Institutions and Instruments’. ...
    • Learning from women’s movements to develop intersectional policy-making and inclusive policies: the Belgian women’s strike 

      Genevey, Moana (Global Campus of Human Rights, 2019)
      This policy brief aims to explore ways to operationalise the concept of intersectionality in policy- making in Europe. It takes into consideration the lessons brought by women’s movements in the world, and in particular ...
    • Mapping legal and policy instruments of the EU for human rights and democracy support 

      Churruca Muguruza, Cristina; Gómez Isa, Felipe; García San José, Daniel; Fernández Sánchez, Pablo Antonio; Márquez Carrasco, Carmen; Muñoz Nogal, Ester; Nagore Casas, María; Timmer, Alexandra (FRAME, 2014-07)
      This report is devoted to the mapping of legal and policy instruments of the EU for human rights and democracy support. In particular, it highlights the EU´s human rights priorities in terms of themes and vulnerable groups ...
    • Mapping, analysing and implementing foreign policy instruments 

      Fraczek, Susanne; Huszka, Beáta; Hüttner, Claudia; Körtvélyesi, Zsolt; Majtényi, Balázs; Romsics, Gergely (FRAME, 2014-12)
      This report provides a framework for mapping, analysing and implementing foreign policy instruments. It is the first Deliverable in Work Package 6 of the FRAME project. The FRAME is a research project funded under the EU’s ...
    • Migration policies and human rights in Latin America : progressive practices, old challenges, worrying setbacks and new threats 

      Ceriani Cernadas, Pablo (Global Campus, 2018)
      In the field of migration policies from a human rights point of view, Latin America has increasingly become a peculiar region in the last 15 years. This assumption is based on the fact that the region has been experiencing ...
    • The outcome of the research realised in the FRAME Project 

      Hachez, Nicolas (FRAME, 2015-10)
      The aim of this report is to draw integrated conclusions from the research conducted by the FRAME project from its launch on 1 May 2013 to this day. This report, rather than focusing on the countless individual findings ...
    • Policymakers' Experiences Regarding Coherence in the European Union Human Rights Context 

      Ginsborg, Lisa; Benedek, Wolfgang; Finlay, Graham; Haász, Veronika; Meier, Isabella; Starl, Klaus; Vivona, Maddalena; Wallace, Stuart (FRAME, 2016-07)
      This report tries to get a sense of how coherence or incoherence appears in practice in the activities and discourse of policymakers in EU institutions, the Member States and in their vertical and horizontal interaction. ...
    • The positive and negative human rights impacts of non-state actors 

      David, Nicolas; Dowell-Jones, Mary; Footer, Mary; Kenner, Jeffrey; Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija; Nolan, Aoife (FRAME, 2014-07)
      This report on the positive and negative human rights impacts of non-state actors (NSAs) is the first deliverable in Work Package 7 (WP7), ‘Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society’, of the FP7 project, ...
    • Promoting access to justice in Africa: key points for advocacy on the Southern African Development Community Tribunal 

      Mandlate, Aquinaldo Célio (Global Campus of Human Rights, 2019)
      This policy paper provides insights to strengthen advocacy for the restoration of the Southern African Development Community Tribunal (SADC Tribunal) in its original form. The focus on the SADC Tribunal is as a result of ...
    • The protection of vulnerable individuals in the context of EU policies on border checks, asylum and immigration 

      Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija; Heikkilä, Mikaela; Del Gaudio, Eleonora; Konstantis, Sotiris; Nagore Casas, María; Morondo, Dolores; Hegde, Venkatachala G.; Finlay, Graham (FRAME, 2016-05)
      The present report discusses the protection of particularly vulnerable individuals in the context of EU policies on border checks, asylum and immigration. With a view to evaluate human rights integration in the external ...
    • Quantitative Analysis of Factors Hindering or Enabling the Protection of Human Rights 

      Marx, Axel; Soares, Jadir (FRAME, 2016-03)
      Different factors influence the protection of human rights. They are extensively discussed in work package 2. This report adds to previous deliverables by focusing on a quantitative analysis of factors hindering or enabling ...