The justiciability of human rights is a concept deeply tied to the discourse of whether economical, social and cultural rights (ESC) can be enforced by judicial and quasi-judicial organs due to peculiar political elements and apparent vagueness they entail. In connection with ESC rights, justiciability- as an expression of the opportunity to bring forward a […]Read more "Justiciability of Economical, Social and Cultural Rights: theories and challenges."
Since 1986 when the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (the Charter) came into force, attention and criticism was drawn towards this new-born regional protection mechanism of human rights. Some rushed into questioning the prospects of implementing the Charter; others labeled its provisions as ineffective and bias while some observed the positive contributions it […]Read more "The African Charter: uncommon human rights."
De ceva vreme ma tot bantuie gandul sa redactez o critica la adresa Romaniei si a nivelului de implementare a standardelor internationale si regionale referitoare la drepturile fundamentale ale omului. Iata ca am prins cateva momente libere si am reusit sa ma adun. Cu ce sa incep? Exista atatea deficiente structurale si carente in implementare […]Read more "CEDO si Romania: Obrazul fin al justitiei."
Positive discrimination, positive action or affirmative action are words combinations that reunite into one simple concept: they refer to policies and legislative measures that take into consideration factors such as gender, religion, race or color and that tend to correct certain social imbalances by promoting an underrepresented group using different tools. In today’s literature and […]Read more "Affirmative action: friend or foe?"
I have been disturbed by the way the employment system has been perverted and unorganized for a long time but recently, I have reached a whole new level of disappointment. This will not be a strictly legal post but I will try to address this issue as a concerned young professional, a person, a future employee. […]Read more "[children are the future, they said]"
Assuming that everyone reading this blog is familiar with the concept of international law and human rights law, in the next few weeks I will develop an analysis focused on the inconsistencies and flaws of these regimes. I will also outline the characteristics of international law that need to be consolidated or further developed and when […]Read more "Why international law can’t save us (part 1): Theoretical Fragmentation."
The context of globalization and the European trend of free movement of people are decisive factors that have contributed to the avalanche of discourses regarding migrants’ rights and their content, relevance and implementation. The causes of both regular and irregular migration are diverse and while States are free to establish domestic administrative laws that regulate […]Read more "Discrimination and Irregular Migration"