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La tutela transnazionale del credito nell’ordinamento dell'Unione europea
The essay focuses on the implementation of EU legal system in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ), through the analysis of four regulations which aim to simplify, speed up and reduce the costs of litigation ...
Ultimi sviluppi sull'Organizzazione Internazionale per le Migrazioni: l'ingresso nel sistema delle Nazioni Unite e la proposta di creare una governance euro-mediterranea dei flussi migratori
The complex legal/institutional evolution that has always characterized the International Organization for Migration (IOM) culminated in the recent 2016 agreement on relations with the United Nations that defines this ...
Mandato di arresto europeo e protezione dei diritti umani: problemi irrisolti e “incoraggianti” sviluppi giurisprudenziali
The article deals with the problem of the relationship between the European Arrest Warrant and the protection of Human Rights. By the analysis of the most important European Court’s cases-law in this subject, it is ...
Il Global Compact sulla migrazione tra scenari internazionali e realtà europea
The paper is developed over two main sections. The first one is edited by Cristiana Carletti and is devoted to the protection of human rights of migrants and international protection seekers with the involvement of all ...
¿Donde están los niños sirios? ¿Y dónde están sus derechos? La Unión Europea no puede olvidar sus principios ni traicionarse a sí misma
The paper deals with the situation of Syrian children in three different contexts. In Syrian armed conflict, children suffer systematic violations of International Humanitarian Law and International Law of Human Rights. ...
The Great Distance between the Written and the Living Constitution for Migrants and Refugees in the Mediterranean Territory
Abstract Constitutional rights are rarely addressed for the protection of migrants and refugees. In the past few years, the number of migrants and among those seeking asylum has been growing increasingly. A crisis has ...