derechos humanos

Articles published under the keyword: derechos humanos

REDI Vol. 72 1 2020

Corporate Accountability in Transitional Justice: Insights from the Case of Argentina

RESCUE OF PERSONS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA: On the unfeasibility of the model of European external borders in the Mediterranean

RESCUE OF PERSONS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA: Search and rescue: the need to balance border control with law of the sea and human rights obligations

REDI Vol. 73 1 2021

New technologies for the promotion and defense of human rights

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Corporations, human rights and covid-19: The role of the State and international cooperation in times of crisis. A perspective on Italy

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Corporations, human rights and covid-19: An opportunity to promote global governance

PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW: Corporations, human rights and covid-19: The duty of the State to protect workers’ health and employment

PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW: Corporations, human rights and covid-19: The responsible corporate behaviour in the new normality

PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: Human rights violations in supply chains in times of pandemic: reactions to private international law and due diligence

REDI Vol. 73 2 2021

MIGRATIONS AND ASYLUM: ANALYSIS AND PERSPECTIVES: The conventional policy of the EU concerning the readmission of irregular immigrants: an opaque policy with serious implications for human rights

MIGRATIONS AND ASYLUM: ANALYSIS AND PERSPECTIVES: The human right to leave a country, including one’s own: exceptions to the rule

MIGRATIONS AND ASYLUM: ANALYSIS AND PERSPECTIVES: The evidentiary processes of asylum application based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Europe: analysis from a human rights perspective

MIGRATIONS AND ASYLUM: ANALYSIS AND PERSPECTIVES: Between supporting integration and countering radicalization. A critical analysis of the European Union’s Action Plan on Integration and Inclusion

MIGRATIONS AND ASYLUM: ANALYSIS AND PERSPECTIVES: Obligations of States in relation to prevention and protection against women trafficking for purposes of sexual exploitation in the migratory context

EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SPANISH CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CASE-LAW: Hot returns and the foreigner’s right of defence on border: breaking a fundamental right?