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Human Dignity, Law, and Religious Diversity: Designing the Future of Inter-Cultural Societies
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Technical evaluations, public administration and fundamental rights
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The Legal Construction of the Notion of Anti-White Racism in France
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Mapping Religious Difference in Europe: The Atlas of Religious or Belief Minority Rights
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Ethnic and Social Minorities in European Welfare
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Law Matters: A Brief Ideological History of Assisted Death
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Decoding Judicial Dialogue: How Do European Judges Engage with Foreign Case Law
relevant case law
Automatic assignment of paternal surname preceding maternal surname in naming of child and gender-based discrimination
relevant case law
Freedom of expression and pluralism of information in the television sector. Political associations and right to freedom to impart political opinions and ideas in the media outside election periods
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Religious freedom before, during and after COVID-19 between Europe and the Member States
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La via referendaria al fine vita
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What role for EU Agencies in migration and asylum governance?
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Glocal interference. Human rights at the test of the XXI century
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The protection of fundamental rights beyond the courts
relevant case law
Freedom of movement, surveillance mechanism and prevention of terrorism
relevant case law
Legal relevance of kafala system in relation to the crime of facilitating illegal immigration
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Inalienable Rights and the Traditions of Constitutionalism
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The constitutional process after the reform of the integrative rules
relevant case law
The display of the crucifix in the classrooms of public schools is legitimate, if requested by members of the school community and as long as it respects the method of a "reasonable accommodation" in relation to any dissenting opinion.
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The dialogue between constitutional doctrines. Towards a cross-border unity of constitutional law?
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