by Christian Dadomo In its Decision n° 2018-717/718 QPC of 06 juillet 2018 – M. Cédric H. et autre [Délit d’aide à l’entrée, à la circulation ou au séjour irréguliers d’un étranger (Criminal offence of providing assistance to a foreigner entering, moving and residing illegally in France)], the Constitutional Court ruled that articles L. 622-1 … More “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”: the French Constitutional Court confirms the constitutional status and force of the principle of fraternity
(reposted from https://bristollawschoolblog.com/2018/01/03/professor-laurent-pechs-distinguished-professorial-address-uwe-30-september-2017/) On 30 November 2017 the Bristol Law School welcomed Laurent Pech, Professor of European Law and holder of the Jean Monnet Chair of EU Public Law at Middlesex University London. The title of his Distinguished Professorial Address was ‘Rule of Law Backsliding in the European Union: Lessons from Hungary and Poland’, a … More Professor Laurent Pech’s Distinguished Professorial Address – UWE, 30 November 2017 ‘Rule of Law Backsliding in the European Union: Lessons from Hungary and Poland’
By Adam Reuben Climate change threatens the most basic human needs and one of its major consequences will be the flow of people who will be compelled to leave their homes because of the impacts of a changing climate on their lives and livelihoods. They will, in other words, become ‘climate refugees’. ‘Climate change is … More ‘Climate Refugees’ and the EU: A Silent Response of what to Come?