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    • Bilateral relations with China, India and South Africa 

      Kopper, Ákos; Jain, Rajendra K.; Killander, Magnus; Mkhabela, Justice; Nkrumah, Bright; Pillay, Kevashinee; Zhou, Zirong; Yin, Lingying; He, Fei; Li, Lifan (FRAME, 2016-09)
      This report presents a study of the EU’s efforts in promoting human rights towards three partner countries: India, South Africa and China. These three countries were chosen for three reasons. First, they are major global ...
    • Case Study on Holding Private Military and Security Companies Accountable for Human Rights Violations 

      Wallace, Stuart (FRAME, 2016-04)
      This case study examines how to hold private military and security companies (PSCs) accountable for human rights violations. It follows on from previous reports in this work package which identified PSCs as perpetrators ...
    • Case study: Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) 

      Márquez Carrasco, Carmen; Churruca Muguruza, Cristina; Alamillos Sánchez, Rocío (FRAME, 2016-05)
      The present Report entitled ‘Case study: Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)’ was written as part of Work Package 10 (WP 10) ‘Human Rights Violations in Conflicts’ of the FP7 project ‘Fostering Human Rights Among ...
    • Challenges to the Effectiveness of EU Human Rights and Democratisation Policies 

      Gómez Isa, Felipe; Muñoz Nogal, Ester; Nagore Casas, María; Szoszkiewicz, Łukasz; Wladasch, Katrin; Dai, Wenhai; Lv, Si; Nie, Xiaojing; Zhou, Zirong; Uchuypoma, Diego; Marinelli, Chiara; Constantino, Renato (FRAME, 2016-05)
      This report is aimed at exploring the effectiveness of EU policies in the field of human rights and democracy promotion against the background of a number of selected case studies. Since the end of the Cold War, the EU has ...
    • Characterising migrations in Latin America: analysis and media coverage proposals of the Argentine case 

      Fernández Bravo, Ezequiel (Global Campus of Human Rights, 2019)
      The objective of this policy brief is to provide guidelines and tools for self-regulation of journalism in Argentina, based on pluralism and differences in reporting and media coverage of migration, as main principles. Latin ...
    • Coherence and efficiency of the EU external policy related to conflict and crisis 

      Márquez Carrasco, Carmen; Alamillos Sánchez, Rocío; Íñigo Álvarez, Laura (FRAME, 2016-09)
      The present Report is part of Work Package 10 (WP 10) ‘Human Rights Violations in Conflicts’ of the FP7 research project ‘Fostering Human Rights Among European (External and Internal) Policies’ (FRAME). On the basis of the ...
    • Coherence of human rights policymaking in EU institutions and other EU agencies and bodies 

      Lewis, Tamara; Benedek, Wolfgang; Müller-Funk, Anna (FRAME, 2014-09)
      This report is submitted in connection with Work Package 8 of the FP7 FRAME (Fostering Human Rights Among European Policies) project. The report falls within Cluster Two, tasked to look at the actors in the European Union’s ...
    • Conceptions of human rights, democracy and the rule of law in selected third countries 

      Sosa, Lorena; Timmer, Alexandra; Nkrumah, Bright; Ncube, Vuyisile; Kapapelo, Eduardo; Killander, Magnus; Constantino, Renato; Rodríguez, Julio; Uchuypoma, Diego; Yan, Zihan; Patel, Shan; Vijapur, Abdulrahim P. (FRAME, 2015-12)
      This report presents a comparative analysis of the different understandings and perspectives on human rights, democracy and rule of law in third countries with which EU has established strategic partnerships: China, India, ...
    • Concepts of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law: a literature review 

      Timmer, Alexandra (FRAME, 2013-11)
      This literature review is the first deliverable in Work Package 3 (“WP3”) of the FRAME project. Its topic is the conceptualization of the notions of human rights, democracy and rule of law in the recent academic literature. ...
    • Conquering the right to assembly of LGBTI people in Bosnia and Herzegovina: towards the first pride parade 

      Durkalić, Masha (Global Campus of Human Rights, 2019)
      Up until now, it has been challenging to speak about any standard policy practices when it comes to the freedom of assembly of lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/intersex (LGBTI) people in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Ahead ...
    • Critically assessing human rights integration in AFSJ policies 

      Heikkilä, Mikaela; Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija; Egan, Suzanne; Finlay, Graham; Lewis, Tamara; Heschl, Lisa Maria; Salomon, Stefan; Planitzer, Julia; Sax, Helmut (FRAME, 2015-10)
      The aim of this report (FRAME deliverable D 11.2) is to critically assess the integration of human rights into certain EU justice and home affairs policies. The report scrutinises the EU’s action in relation to border ...
    • Diffusing tension, building trust: proposals on guiding principles applicable during consideration of the activity reports of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights 

      Biegon, Japhet (Global Campus, 2018)
      As the most active regional human rights supervisory mechanism in Africa, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) has increasingly become the target of political backlash. The African Union (AU) Executive ...
    • Engagement with regional multilateral organisations Case study: ASEAN Perspective 

      Jaraczewski, Jakub; Kędzia, Zdzisław; Mocker, Susanna; Satayanurug, Pawat (FRAME, 2016-04)
      This deliverable of Work Package No 5 assesses the engagement of the EU with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Through a series of joint agreements, with the most recent being the Bandar Seri Begawan Plan ...
    • Engagement with regional multilateral organisations Case study: OIC and League of Arab States 

      Gunn, Jeremy; Lagresa, Alvaro (FRAME, 2016-03)
      This paper will examine the contours of EU cooperation with the LAS and the OIC in the specific case of human rights. In doing so, this paper argues that this cooperation, apart from being at an incipient stage, is understood ...
    • EU and Member State competences in human rights 

      Lewis, Tamara; Portaru (Raducanu), Adina; Schoen, Ricki; Murphy, Karen; McIntyre, TJ; Finlay, Graham (FRAME, 2015-10)
      This report is submitted in connection with Work Package 8 of the FP7 FRAME (Fostering Human Rights Among European Policies) project. The report falls within Cluster Two, tasked to look at the actors in the European Union’s ...
    • 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 ...