The Hague Court of Appeals has confirmed that the Dutch state must reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2020. Could such a precise obligation be inferred from human rights norms, and Articles 2 and 8 ECHR in particular?
Will the Democratic Republic of Congo head towards its first democratic transition of power in history? Or will president Kabila remain in power? This blog analyses the role of Congo’s Constitution in the postponement of the presidential elections.
In a ground-breaking decision, the Papua New Guinean Supreme Court has ruled that offshore detention of asylum seekers and refugees by Australia and Papua New Guinea is unconstitutional and illegal. This blog examines the judgment and its implications.