2. 11. 2021   Daniela Petržilková

During the COVID-19 pandemic courts in many countries started to use video hearings to interrogate witnesses, examine evidence or to conduct an entire trial online. Questions arose as to whether the online hearings align with the human rights guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights. 

6. 10. 2021   Tereza Kuklová

On 11 July 2021, the objectors to the regime of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the newly elected president Ebrahim Raisi gathered in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. A huge gathering waving Iranian flags has joined forces in a loud call for democracy and a chant of support for the opposition leader, Maryam Rajavi.

23. 9. 2021   Alžběta Dvořáková

V červenci uplynul rok od přijetí národního bezpečnostního zákona v Hongkongu, který výrazným způsobem zasahuje do autonomie této oblasti. Zákon má za cíl stabilizovat politickou situaci v Hongkongu, jeho kritici se však obávají omezování svobody slova a shromažďování. Za dobu platnosti zákona bylo za jeho porušení obviněno přes sto osob. 

8. 9. 2021   Martin Míšek

About three months ago, the Belarusian officials grounded the flight of Ryanair airlines with the activist Raman Pratasevich and his girlfriend on board. Their subsequent arrest in Minsk has provoked international outrage. Why did it happen and how is the story unfolding?

3. 9. 2021   Daniela Petržilková

Nizozemský okresní soud vynesl v květnu 2021 přelomový rozsudek, ve kterém nařídil společnosti Shell snížit do roku 2030 emise oxidu uhličitého o čtyřicet pět procent. Podle soudu musí vzít Shell v potaz i emise, které vznikají činností jejích zákazníků. Jak k tomuto verdiktu soud dospěl?

9. 8. 2021   Barbora Bromová

Effective regulation of emerging and disruptive technologies is among the chief legislative challenges of contemporary policy-makers, including (perhaps especially) those concerned with internationally binding regulation. The EU is particularly sensitive to such challenges. Its freshly unveiled Artificial Intelligence Act is an ambitious proposal to regulate AI technologies in a human-centric way. 

23. 7. 2021   Jakub Hedl

It has been more than half a year since hostilities broke out in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. The humanitarian situation in the region is worsening every day and there is an increasing number of reports of war crimes committed by both sides of the conflict. Despite its large-scale consequences, the conflict remains relatively unknown to the public.