Diritti umani e diritto internazionale

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Table of Contents number 2, 2021, May-August

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-29623-8
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  • RDF
    • Lorenzo Acconciamessa
    • The Admissibility Ratione Personae of Extremely Vulnerable Individuals’ Applications to the ECtHR: Substantive Equality in the Protection of the Right to International Justice

    • pp. 317-353, DOI: 10.12829/101649
    • Paolo Palchetti
    • Interstate Complaints in the Field of Human Rights: An Instrument to Be Handled with Care

    • pp. 361-368, DOI: 10.12829/101651
    • Elena Carpanelli
    • The Relationship Between Individual and Interstate Applications Before the European Court of Human Rights

    • pp. 389-411, DOI: 10.12829/101653
    • Lorenzo Acconciamessa
    • Interim Measures in Inter-State Human Rights Disputes: The Recent Case-law of the International Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights

    • pp. 413-433, DOI: 10.12829/101654
    • Interventi

    • Chiara Tea Antoniazzi
    • What Role for Human Rights in the International Climate Change Regime? The Paris Rulebook Between Missed and Future Opportunities

    • pp. 435-468, DOI: 10.12829/101655
    • Osservatorio

    • Andrea Longo
    • The Use of Boycott as a Tool to Protect Fundamental Norms of International Law: The Baldassi Decision

    • pp. 489-499, DOI: 10.12829/101657
    • Ludovica Poli
    • Inclusive School Systems Between Empowerment of People with Disabilities and ‘Education to Diversity’

    • pp. 500-510, DOI: 10.12829/101658
    • Raffaella Nigro
    • The Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court on the Occupied Palestinian Territory and the Statehood of Palestine

    • pp. 511-520, DOI: 10.12829/101659
    • Adele Del Guercio
    • Migrations Connected to Natural Disasters, Environmental Degradation and Climate Change: The Italian Cassation’s Decision No. 5022/2020

    • pp. 521-533, DOI: 10.12829/101660
    • Anna Fazzini
    • ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Ones at Land Borders: The Progressive Framing of the Prohibition of Collective Expulsions Following the M.K. Judgment

    • pp. 534-548, DOI: 10.12829/101661