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Spain: Judicial Intervention by the Tribunal Constitucional in a Key Parliamentary Debate – Part II

Spain: Judicial Intervention by the Tribunal Constitucional in a Key Parliamentary Debate – Part II

Image description: a session of the Spanish Parliament (Congreso de Disputados) The intervention of the ...
Spain: Judicial Intervention by the Tribunal Constitucional in a Key Parliamentary Debate – Part I

Spain: Judicial Intervention by the Tribunal Constitucional in a Key Parliamentary Debate – Part I

Image description: the Spanish Constitutional Court (Tribunal Constitucional). On the 19th of December 2022, ...
Examining Racial-Profiling Complaints in the Age of Subsidiarity: Basu v Germany and Muhammad v Spain

Examining Racial-Profiling Complaints in the Age of Subsidiarity: Basu v Germany and Muhammad v Spain

Image Description: Two policemen in uniform standing with their backs to the camera. On 18 October 2022, the ...
Financialisation of Housing: Balancing Commercial Interests with Human Rights

Financialisation of Housing: Balancing Commercial Interests with Human Rights

Image description: Multicoloured houses seen from above The right to adequate housing is considered to be a ...
The Violence of Care: Obstetric Violence during COVID-19

The Violence of Care: Obstetric Violence during COVID-19

Image description: Text that reads, 'reproductive rights are non-negotiable'. Obstetric Violence (OV) is a ...
Born to Live, Not Born to Work: The Implications of New Proposed Labour Regulations in India

Born to Live, Not Born to Work: The Implications of New Proposed Labour Regulations in India

Image description: A person working on a pottery wheel.  The Indian government is currently considering ...
The Spanish-Moroccan Migrant Crisis: Counting the Collateral Damage

The Spanish-Moroccan Migrant Crisis: Counting the Collateral Damage

In May 2021, approximately 8,000 people arrived in Ceuta, a Spanish city, from Morocco, out of which reportedly ...
Ten years of the Argentine inquiry into Franco-era crimes: what has been achieved?

Ten years of the Argentine inquiry into Franco-era crimes: what has been achieved?

On 14 April 2010, the Argentinean criminal courts began an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity ...
Catalonia: Human Rights Violations in the Imprisonment and Conviction of the Pro-Independence Political Leaders

Catalonia: Human Rights Violations in the Imprisonment and Conviction of the Pro-Independence Political Leaders

The imprisonment and conviction of the Catalan pro-independence political leaders by the Spanish Supreme Court has ...
González Carreño v. Spain: What can be Expected from the Spanish Supreme Court’s  Ruling?

González Carreño v. Spain: What can be Expected from the Spanish Supreme Court’s Ruling?

In what has been earmarked as a ‘revolutionary’ judgment in the field of international human rights law, the ...
Djazia and Bellili v Spain: Eviction and Homelessness under the OP-ICESCR

Djazia and Bellili v Spain: Eviction and Homelessness under the OP-ICESCR

When the private housing sector fails the State must use its resources to provide alternative housing, according ...
Catalonia: The Right to Secede and the Right to Self-Determination

Catalonia: The Right to Secede and the Right to Self-Determination

In an address to the Parliament of Catalonia on 10th October 2017, the President of Catalonia issued a ‘suspended’ ...

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