13 search results for “rule of law” in the Public website
Building Blocks for the Rule of Law
Legal education initiative of the Leiden University, the University of Groningen and Universitas Indonesia.
Rule of law challenges and prospects in Albania and North Macedonia
On 1 October 2019, Dr. Darinka Piqani co-organized and moderated a panel discussion on the theme of “Rule of law challenges and prospects in Albania and North Macedonia”.
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
Access to Justice and Institutional Development in Libya
An analysis of people’s access to justice and the working of (legal) institutions in post-conflict, democratic Libya
The Rule of Law in the Union, the Rule of Union Law and the Rule of Law by the Union: Three interrelated problems
The Editorial comment in the June issue of the Common Market Law Review examines three different aspects of the rule of law in relation to the European Union. Despite, or because of, the many challenges facing the Union, these questions are of continuing importance. The Union itself is based on legal
Kristel van Kruisbergen presented at the EUSA event ‘The Rule of Law: the situation in Poland and Hungary’
On 7th November 2018 Kristel van Kruisbergen was guest speaker for an event organised by the European Union Student Association (EUSA) on ‘The Rule of Law: the situation in Poland and Hungary’.
When human rights clash with politics and desire for power: reflections on the current status of liberal democracy
On Monday 10 December, the Polish Commissioner for Human Rights dr. Adam Bodnar delivered the eighth Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture on Human Rights at Leiden Law School. The event marked the annual celebration of International Human Rights Day, which was proclaimed to commemorate