Diritti umani e diritto internazionale

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Table of Contents number 2, 2020, May-August

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-28823-3
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    • Studi

    • Eduardo Savarese
    • 'What Is Done, Is Done': How not to Storm Parent-Child in Private International Law, but to Harmonize It with Human Rights Law

    • pp. 265-301, DOI: 10.12829/97956
    • CRC and Its Friends: 30 Years of Outsourcing Interpretation of Children’s Rights

    • Giacomo Biagioni
    • The Convention on the Rights of the Child and the EU Judicial Cooperation in Civil Matters

    • pp. 365-386, DOI: 10.12829/97959
    • Brigida Varesano
    • The Controversial Condition of Child-Soldiers: The Quest For Consistency Through the Lens of the Child’s Best Interests in the Light of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

    • pp. 387-407, DOI: 10.12829/97960
    • La riforma della prescrizione: diritto costituzionale, diritto penale e Convenzione europea dei diritti umani

    • Margherita Cassano
    • The Reform of the Statute of Limitations: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and European Convention on Human Rights: Introduction

    • pp. 409-415, DOI: 10.12829/97961
    • Gian Luigi Gatta
    • Statute of Limitations, Reasonable Length of the Trial and Protection of Legal Interests Through the Criminal Law

    • pp. 449-460, DOI: 10.12829/97963
    • Maria Luisa Padelletti
    • The Reform of the Statute of Limitations and Possible Effects on the Rights of the Accused and the Offended Person: Some Reflections in Light of the European Convention on Human Rights

    • pp. 461-477, DOI: 10.12829/97964
    • Interventi

    • Marcello Di Filippo
    • Walking the (Barbed) Wire of the Prohibition of Collective Expulsion: An Assessment of the Strasbourg Case Law

    • pp. 479-509, DOI: 10.12829/97965
    • Maria Ferrara
    • The Order on Provisional Measures of the International Court of Justice in The Gambia v. Myanmar Case: The Evidence of the Genocidal Intent Between Prima Facie Jurisdiction and Plausibility Test of the Claim

    • pp. 511-529, DOI: 10.12829/97966
    • Pasquale Pirrone
    • The First Preliminary Advisory Opinions of the European Court of Human Rights: Procedural Aspects

    • pp. 531-548, DOI: 10.12829/97967
    • Giampaolo Maria Ruotolo
    • A Little Hate, Worldwide! On Freedom of Opinion and On-line Political Hate Speech in International and European Law

    • pp. 549-582, DOI: 10.12829/97968
    • Giuseppe Zarra
    • The Compatibility with Articles 5 and 2, Protocol No. 4, ECHR of the Restrictive Measures Adopted by the Italian Government and the Campania Region to Face the Coronavirus Pandemic

    • pp. 583-606, DOI: 10.12829/97969
    • Marianna Pace
    • Online Hate Speech in Same-sex Kiss Cases Before the European Court of Human Rights: Obligations of States and Effectiveness of Judicial Protection

    • pp. 614-625, DOI: 10.12829/97971
    • Angelica Bonfanti
    • Export Restrictions of Personal Protective Equipment at the Time of COVID-19: Remarks in Light of WTO Law, Protection of Public Health and International Solidarity

    • pp. 626-634, DOI: 10.12829/97972
    • Amina Maneggia
    • Non-refoulement of Climate Change Migrants: Individual Human Rights Protection or 'Responsibility to Protect'? The Teitiota Case Before the Human Rights Committee

    • pp. 635-643, DOI: 10.12829/97973
    • Maria Manuela Pappalardo
    • The Risk Assessment in the Field of Asylum Claims: ‘Risk’ Assessment Patterns Compared in the Case N.A. v. Finland

    • pp. 644-653, DOI: 10.12829/97974