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instrument of eu asylum law will be elaborated upon, in particular in that it can provide (subsidiary) protection to persons who do not qualify for refugee status because they flee indiscriminate threats ( iii ). i Fundamental Rights and EuropeanUnionLaw The Lisbon Treaty, in force since 1 December 2009
Family Reunion and the Free Movement of Persons in EuropeanUnionLaw Clare MCGlynn* it is clear to me that when european Union legislators adopted the new Free Movement of Persons and Family reunification directives, they did not act in accordance with John rawls’ concept of the ‘veil of
Cultural Life under EuropeanUnionLaw’ (2015) 2 Jounal européen des droit de l’homme 145, 150. 39 Federico Lenzerini, ‘Migrants (Cultural Rights of M.)’ in Andreas J. Wiesand and others (eds), Culture and Human Rights: The Wroclaw Commentaries (De Gruyter 2016) 227. 40 Ang (n 7). 41 General Comment no
6 International Law and EuropeanUnionLaw on Climate Change
Approximately half the Urgenda decision (25 out of 58 pages) comprised an account of international and eu law pertaining to climate change. To summarize this account, the court noted that the Netherlands has signed and
Legal orders of international investment law and European Union law both provide remedies for investors. This article does not consider whether these remedies are available to the same actors in relation to the same conduct. The argument is limited to comparison of remedies under investment law, almost exclusively compensatory in character and implemented through investor-State arbitration, with remedies under EU law, particularly State liability claims in domestic courts. This comparison at the level of legal principle is not nonsensical – concepts of attribution, breach, rights, and causality do evoke somewhat similar considerations – but ultimately the extent of systemic differences as well as lack of information about crucial aspects of remedies make these matters incommensurable. It is not obvious that comparison of experience of States that have been addressees of both kinds of remedies is more illuminating than the comparison of principle.
European Market was established under the Single European Act, OJ 1987 L 169/1. It was at the core of the progress on European integration promoting the free movement of Spatial Planning in Europe—Th e Impact of EuropeanUnionLaw on National Planning Systems and Territorial Transnational Cooperation
of human personality and to the respect of human dignity and, as such, it is protected by international, Council of Europe and EuropeanUnionlaw. After World War II , the concept of human dignity was incorporated in various international conventions and texts on human rights, such as the Universal
-Country Nationals in EuropeanUnionLaw on Labour Migration (Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2017), the review of which is available in 55 CML Rev 2018, p. 1647. Thanks to Prof Mark Bell, Prof Virginia Mantouvalou and the anonymous reviewer for their commentary and support. Any errors or omissions remain the author’s own