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After the Coronavirus was labelled a global pandemic, the Spanish Government decreed a state of emergency on March 14th, 2020. Three days later, a Decree was passed (Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, on March 17th) adopting several economic and tax measures to fight the socioeconomic impact the...
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As I grew up with television, the phrase “we were pending what they told us about the transistor”When the elders told us how they lived through certain historical events. Old and pretty. Now we receive the information through multiple means (radio, internet, messaging applications, TV...
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Last Tuesday, April 9th, the Permanent People’s Tribunal’s Report on the Human Rights of Migrants and Refugees was presented in the European Parliament. Amongst the people presenting the Report was our colleague (and one of the Judges of the PPT), Patricia Orejudo. She was accompanied...
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Our colleague Daniel Amelang participated in the Half-Day of General Discussion of the 125th Session of the United Nations’ Human Rights Committee. The session is regarding Article 21 (right of peaceful assembly) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Article 21 The right...
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This is a guest post written by Alejandro Gamez Selma of Red Jurídica and one of Fair Trials’ LEAP members, in response to a previous post about popular indictments in Spain, which you can read here. Popular indictments may be the most curious institution in Spanish criminal...
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