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The Center for Global Public Law is a research hub for the investigation of the effects of globalisation on how we define, defend and practice public law.

News & Events

  • 1-Law School Seminar Series

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  • 2-24 October 2018: European Court of Human Rights and Turkey: End of a journey?

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  • 3-21 September 2018: Seminar at the European Court of Human Rights 

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  • 4-Turkey and International Law: History, Present and Future Program

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  • 5-Pursuing a PhD and an Academic Career in International Law: Meet the Experts

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  • 6-The Effects of Human Rights Law on other Branches of International Law: An Annotated Compilation of Case Law and Bibliography

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  • 7-Workshop at European Court of Human Rights CALL FOR PAPERS

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  • 8-Turkey and International Law: History, Present and Future CALL FOR PAPERS

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  • 9-CGPL presented its submission at the Istanbul Consultation on Strengthening the UN Treaty Body System 18 August 2017

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  • 10-Taking Stock of the United Nations Human Rights Treaty Body Case Law: Trends and Developments 2014-2017 Workshop - 8 June 2017

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ECtHR or CEDAW: Spoilt for Choice in Moldova?

15 Dec bdurmus

The proliferation of international and regional human rights bodies has given the victims of human rights violations the chance to pick and choose where they can send their complaints. Whilst these choices are limited by geographical locations of individuals and the states’ acceptance of right to individual petition before multiple bodies, today some individuals and their lawyers have more than one choice. Moldova is one such country.

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