Contents Nr 1, 2014

 

Editorial

I.

Adina Răducanu, The World Trade Organization and Public Morals: an unhappy marriage?

Elena Lazăr, Respect of the Right to private and family life of detainees – a study of cases from Romanian prisons

Istvan Haller, Qualitative requirements of laws in European Court of Human Rights jurisprudence

Cristian Nuică, The legal irresponsibility of the de jure employer. The usefulness of "warnings" in the area of non-discrimination

II.

NCCD Decision on refusing participation in a survey because of the individual is male

NCCD Decision on an assault on dignity on the basis of Roma ethnic affiliation

NCCD Decision on instigation to racial hatred against participants to the event “Days of the Medieval Citadel”

NCCD Decision on firing decisions based on gender criteria

III.

The Declaration of Rights of Sex Workers in Europe

Letter to Romanian members of the European Parliament

The European Parliament Resolution of February 26, 2014 on sexual exploitation and prostitution

The Declaration of the „Global Network of Sex Work Projects” Organization

A criticism of the report on “Sexual exploitation and prostitution and its impact on gender equality”

IV.

Diana Botău, The cases Youth Initiative for Human Rights v. Serbia and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints v. United Kingdom

Ioana Șoldea, Veronica Dobozi, Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights - December 2013 - February 2014

 

Abstracts/ Key words (in English)

Alphabetical Index

Scientific Board

Submitting papers

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