Italy’s “Hard Prison”Regime and its Human Rights Implications

Italy’s “Hard Prison”Regime and its Human Rights Implications

The case of Alfredo Cospito, an anarchist who remained on a “41-bis” detention regime despite a 6-month long ...
The Disability Ground in Abortion Law, and the Negative ‘Message’ it is Sending: R (Crowter) v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

The Disability Ground in Abortion Law, and the Negative ‘Message’ it is Sending: R (Crowter) v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

A recent decision of the Court of Appeal involved a very interesting legal challenge based on an alleged negative ...
From Capture to the Court: The Use of Digital Technology in Advancing the Pursuit of Justice for International Crimes

From Capture to the Court: The Use of Digital Technology in Advancing the Pursuit of Justice for International Crimes

Photos and videos are powerful evidentiary tools to prove a criminal act, including the intent and role of the ...
Access to Abortion at the Federal Level: Another Step Towards Reproductive Justice in Mexico

Access to Abortion at the Federal Level: Another Step Towards Reproductive Justice in Mexico

The Mexican Supreme Court of Justice's recent ruling on abortion is a landmark decision promoting reproductive ...
Emerging Jurisprudence on Queer Love in India

Emerging Jurisprudence on Queer Love in India

As India celebrates the 5th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court ruling that read down Section 377, we look ...
Maymulakhin and Markiv v Ukraine: Perspectives on Same-Sex Relations in Ukraine in Light of the European Court of Human Rights’ Decision

Maymulakhin and Markiv v Ukraine: Perspectives on Same-Sex Relations in Ukraine in Light of the European Court of Human Rights’ Decision

Since the publication of our previous blog post about perspectives on same-sex marriage legalization in Ukraine, ...
Semenya v Switzerland: Divided ECtHR Significantly Advances the Human Rights Protection for Intersex Athletes (and all professional sportspeople in general) – Part II

Semenya v Switzerland: Divided ECtHR Significantly Advances the Human Rights Protection for Intersex Athletes (and all professional sportspeople in general) – Part II

Part I of this blog (available here) discussed the facts of the case and laid down the jurisdiction issue. Part II ...
Semenya v Switzerland: Divided ECtHR Significantly Advances the Human Rights Protection for Intersex Athletes (and all professional sportspeople in general) – Part I

Semenya v Switzerland: Divided ECtHR Significantly Advances the Human Rights Protection for Intersex Athletes (and all professional sportspeople in general) – Part I

Should women with variations of sex characteristics be excluded from professional women’s sports ...
Unpacking India’s Digital Personal Data Protection Act: A New Dawn or a False Start?

Unpacking India’s Digital Personal Data Protection Act: A New Dawn or a False Start?

The Government of India recently passed the Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2023, with the primary purpose of ...
US Affirmative Action Series

US Affirmative Action Series

On 29 June 2023, the Supreme Court of the United States, in a majority decision, held that race-based affirmative ...