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Gaétan Cliquennois est chargé de recherche au CNRS et a rédigé un ouvrage important pour expliquer l'évolution des droits de l'homme : "La justice européenne des droits de l'homme et la privatisation : L'influence croissante des fonds privés étrangers". Grégor Puppinck, directeur de l'ECLJ, le reçoit dans cette double émission spéciale pour expliquer cette influence économique sur un domaine que l'on penserait épargné.
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Algeria Uses ECHR Case-Law to Justify Imprisonment of Those Who Criticize Islam
Family Name: the ECHR Against "Patriarchy"
Conflicts of interest: the ECHR takes its responsibilities!
Corruption? UN Experts React
Can we still home school in France?
Chaldean Couple Missing in Turkey: Authorities Unconcerned by Abduction?
European Parliament: Conscientious Objection to Abortion at Risk
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