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ICT and Human Rights
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 international global governance and regulatory frameworks in trade
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 ...
Analysing the findings of the research of the other work packages on policy tools
The purpose of this FRAME Report is to map the EU internal fundamental and external human rights toolbox on the basis of the findings of other FRAME reports. This task involved answering two research questions. The first ...
Report on the results of policy benchmarking
This report studies the practice of ‘policy benchmarking’ as an instrument to translate the EU’s human rights commitment into practice. Policy benchmarking is a relatively new tool to monitor processes and to assess the ...
Policymakers' Experiences Regarding Coherence in the European Union Human Rights Context
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. ...
Diffusing tension, building trust: proposals on guiding principles applicable during consideration of the activity reports of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights
(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 ...