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Human Rights and Climate Change

Protecting the Right to Life of Individuals of Present and Future Generations

Julie H. Albers

appreciation enjoyed by echr Member States in implementing climate policies. 95 This has been called an example of the horizontal effect of European human rights jurisprudence, as opposed to adopting a vertical obligation, and has been used more often in the Netherlands. 96 Several commentators are

The osce’s Platform for Co-operative Security

An Opportunity for Multilateral Coherence

Sandra Sacchetti

, which describes policy coherence as the “non-occurrence of effects of policy that are contrary to the intended results or aims of policy”. 3 His definition proceeds from a rather minimalist position that particularly emphasizes the absence of a cause-effect contradiction. At the other end of the

Walter Kemp and Leopold Schmertzing

positive effect of drying up safe havens of wealthy tax avoiders, organized crime and corrupt elites. Internally, many osce governments have shut down (partially) independent media outlets. The biggest drawbacks have been in television, less stringent limitations of the freedom of press can be observed