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Six Portuguese youth file ‘unprecedented’ climate lawsuit against 33 countries

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In the first climate case to be filed with the European Court of Human Rights, six Portuguese youth argue inadequate emissions cuts violate their human rights

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Six Portuguese youth file ‘unprecedented’ climate lawsuit against 33 countries

Six Portuguese youth file ‘unprecedented’ climate lawsuit against 33 countries

In the first climate case to be filed with the European Court of Human Rights, six Portuguese youth argue inadequate emissions cuts violate their human rights

Portuguese children sue 33 countries over climate change at European court

Portuguese children sue 33 countries over climate change at European court

Ground-breaking crowdfunded case demands that states make more ambitious emissions cuts

Portuguese youth sue European states over 'life-threatening' climate change

Portuguese youth sue European states over 'life-threatening' climate change

Lawsuit filed with European Court of Human Rights aims to force governments to step up efforts to cut emissions

Climate crisis and digital rights: Can universal rights to dignity and privacy withstand the consequences of climate change in the coming decades?

Climate crisis and digital rights: Can universal rights to dignity and privacy withstand the consequences of climate change in the coming decades?

Climate crisis and digital rights: Can universal rights to dignity and privacy withstand the consequences of climate change in the coming decades?

The Round Up: Facial Recognition Technology and Failings by Prisons, Police and the CPS

The Round Up: Facial Recognition Technology and Failings by Prisons, Police and the CPS

Civil liberties groups have responded with opprobrium to the Metropolitan Police’s plan to begin using live facial recognition (LFR) cameras on London’s streets as of next month. ...

Human rights groups seek to build on historic surveillance judgment in Grand Chamber appeal

Human rights groups seek to build on historic surveillance judgment in Grand Chamber appeal

Following last year’s victory in which the European Court of Human Rights found the UK’s historic surveillance regime was illegal, a coalition of human rights groups will ask the Strasbourg ...

Environment

Environment

In the Danube River Basin District, all countries have been working on national management plans and co-operating at the international level through the International Council for the ...

Judicial review of the immigration exemption in the DPA 2018

Judicial review of the immigration exemption in the DPA 2018

The High Court has began hearing a challenge to the immigration exemption in the Data Protection Act 2018. More information here...

Final pre-litigation call from Daphne Caruana Galizia's family for Maltese public inquiry into her assassination

Final pre-litigation call from Daphne Caruana Galizia's family for Maltese public inquiry into her assassination

The family of Daphne Caruana Galizia, deceased, has today issued a further call on the Prime Minister of Malta to establish a Public Inquiry into her assassination in a final attempt to ...