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Below is information on official data sources and four available research datasets on the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).
Data on the African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights.
Presentation of ongoing research by visiting reasearchers Jan Petrov and Katarina Sipulova from Masaryk University.
PluriCourts seminar with Postdoctoral Fellow Matthew Saul
Workshop hosted by post doctoral researcher Alain Zysset exploring the distinctiveness of international crimes from a moral, political and legal theory perspective.
PluriCourts researchers have contributed to a special issue of The International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 20(8)).
Discussion of the article written by: Aletras, N., Tsarapatsanis, D., Preoţiuc-Pietro, D., & Lampos, V. (2016) in PeerJ Computer Science, 2.
Human rights seminar with Postdoctoral Fellow Theresa Squatrito
Postdoctoral fellow Alain Zysset will introduce the article written by Mattias Kumm.
Postdoctoral Fellow Alain Zysset on the significance of the practice of the ECtHR for the normative theory of human rights.
PluriCourts Seminar with Postdocoral Fellow Alain Zysset on his ongoing research at PluriCourts.
Professor Emeritus George C. Christie is visiting PluriCourts as a Fulbright’s Scholar. He joined PluriCourts in September 2016, and will stay until March 2017.
Postdoctoral Fellow Amrei Müller's project on how judicial dialogues - how courts interact - is featured on Science Nordic.
Postdoctoral fellow Claudio Corradetti has edited an issue of Transnatioal Legal Theory on "Cosmopolitan Law and the Courts". In addition to the introduction, Corradetti has contributed with the article "Judicial cosmopolitan authority". Andreas Føllesdal has contributed with the article "Building democracy at the Bar: the European Court of Human Rights as an agent of transitional cosmopolitanism" to the same issue.
In the article "Subsidiarity and International Human-Rights Courts: Respecting Self-Governance and Protecting Human Rights - Or Neither?", Andreas Føllesdal discusses the relationship between the principle of subsidiarity and international human rights courts. Read the article in Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 79(2): 147-163.
By Stian Øby Johansen, PhD Candidate, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo
MultiRights Seminar with Åse B. Grødeland on her paper written with Leslie T. Holmes about Russia's relationship with the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).
The Ryssdal seminar is an annual event which is primarily aimed at Norwegian judges. The seminar addresses the interface between international courts and Norwegian law. The topic for the seminar this year is "The Judiciary and the Independence of Judges" and is co-hosted by the Norwegian Courts Administration.