The Transformation of European Climate Litigation

In a transformative moment for European and global climate litigation, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled for the first time in its history that inadequate climate mitigation measures violate human rights. The implications are far-reaching, both in Europe and beyond. This joint blog debate with the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law assesses the Court's climate judgments from April 9 and discusses the implications for climate protection and climate litigation.

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Indian Constitutionalism in the Last Decade

Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has governed India for the past 10 years. During this time, many aspects of India's democracy and constitutional system have come under attack. Whether it's freedom of speech, religious freedom, or federalism: Indian constitutionalism has changed. This blog symposium explores these changes and assesses the state of constitutionalism in India.

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Das Thüringen-Projekt!

Im Herbst 2024 wird in Thüringen gewählt. Was passiert, wenn eine autoritär-populistische Partei staatliche Machtmittel in die Hand bekommt? In den Monaten bis zur Landtagswahl wollen wir die Antwort auf diese Frage suchen.

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