Die letzte Woche unseres Online-Symposiums „Human Rights during the pandemic“ beginnt mit der Fortsetzung des Beitrags von Karoline Dolgowski.
Der Beitrag ist hier abrufbar.
Den ersten Teil finden Sie hier.
Todays contribution to our Online Symposium „Human Rights during the Pandemic“ is a quick reminder of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its application during the pandemic in Germany by Julia Jungfleisch.
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In our next post of our Symposium „Human Rights during the pandemic“ Gentjan Skara and Bojana Hajdini analyse whether the measures to fight the pandemic of the Albanian government were in compliance with the Albanian Constitution and the ECHR or not.
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The second week of our Online Symposium ends with the article ‚Lockdown measures as detention? – The case Terheş c La Roumanie‘ written by Katharina Koch. She analyzes the compatibility of lockdown measures with the ECHR based on recent case law by the Strasbourg court.
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In our next contribution to the Symposium Alexandre Guerreiro asks the question, if the refusal of a government to adapt expert ides in their COVID-19 framework can reach the status of crime against humanity.
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