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The ECtHR on the Limits of Police Incitement

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The European Councils information Centre in Tallinn

Thinking of the seminar on EU accession to European Convention on Human Rights that took place from 2 to 3 February 2010 in Madrid, and after a Caffee Latte at Vilde (the place exercises re-use policy towards serviettes – for the sake of rainforests?), on Tuesday evening, I started to translate the decision (of  5 January 2010) of […]

On the Road to Interlaken 2010

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Russia has (and also formally on 4th February 2010, see ITAR-TASS, and EU Declaration on the Ratification of Protocol 14) ratified Protocol No.14 to the European Convention on Human Rights. On 15th January 2010, the State Duma of the Russian Federation voted in favour of the ratification of Protocol No.14. On 27th January 2010, the upper […]

Conference on Implementation of the Services Directive

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The Academy of European Law is organizing a Conference from 22nd to 23rd March 2010: “The State of Play in Implementation of the Services Directive”. The conference is supposedly providing an overview of: the direct effect of some important key provisions; how to set up the system of mutual assistance and administrative cooperation among member […]

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On the Spanish Presidency Programme

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La Fura Dels Baus. EFE. Source: Website of Spanish presidency at (Size modified) (RU with us or against us? -Me)

In addition to the Jean Monnet Conference, taking place today in Madrid, where the Jean Monnet professors, chief executives, university rectors, experts and EU representatives participate; and the conference “Paths of Democracy of Europe”, taking place today at Casa de Cultura of Ponferrada, in which later event participates also the newly re-elected European Ombudsman Nikiforos Diamandouros; […]

Human Rights and Politics – On Political Declination of the Content of Human Rights

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The Call for Papers to the 4th ESIL Biennial Conference “International Law 1989 – 2010: A Performance Appraisal” that will be held in Cambridge, England, on 2 – 4 September 2010 was closed at midnight. I presented an abstract to be considered under the Agora 7: Human Rights: “Understanding Human Rights and European Values”. This […]

Another Global Governance Colloquium

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The schedule for the Temple University School of Law International Law Colloquium for the Spring Semester 2010: January 19: Monica Hakimi (Univ. of Michigan – Law), State Bystander Responsibility February 2: Jan Klabbers (Univ. of Helsinki), Autonomy, Constitutionalism, and Virtue in International Law February 16: Yuval Shany (Hebrew Univ. – Law), Assessing the Effectiveness of […]

Exercise of Powers under Global Governance

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It could occasionally be useful to see, what are the interests of other leading research centres at other universities. The New York University School of Law Institute for International Law and Justice holds Spring 2010 International Legal Theory Colloquium on “The Turn to Governance: The Exercise of Power in the International Public Space“: January 20: […]

On the Role of Comitology in the Changing EU Policy Process

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EIPA Publications website

The Centre of European Law of the King’s College of the University of London and the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) are holding a 2-day-training seminar from 18th to 19th February 2010 on the role and the workings of committees in the process of EU policy making – „21st Century Comitology: The Theory and Practice of Implementing […]

Lunchtime Lectures at the University of Cambridge

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With the help of the International Law Reporter, I found the schedule for the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law‘s Spring Term 2010 Friday Lunchtime Lectures: January 22: Ben Batros (International Criminal Court), The Evolving Law of the ICC – Challenges of Shifting from Theory to Practice January 29: Christine Chinkin (London School of Economics), The […]

Structure of the OJEU

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Grahnlaw writes – and I hadn’t noticed myself – that the Treaty of Lisbon has also renewed the structure of the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), in particular – I quote – „with regard to Legislative acts (L I) and Non-legislative acts (L II)“. A link to the EUR-Lex website:

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