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  1. Europe is under attack. Populism and nationalism are rampant, the United Kingdom has left the European Union and public confidence in Europe is waning. How should it move forward? With that question, the author takes the reader behind the scenes, offering unique, personal insights and positive solutions to address these issues, whilst also encouraging readers to develop their own vision of Europe and its future.
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  2. This book explores how the public's right of access to environmental information is being used in practice and how far these uses, and the motives behind them, align with the aspiration of furthering environmental protection that lies behind the creation of this legal right.
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    € 102,-

  3. Article 34 of the European Convention on Human Rights prescribes that individual applications must be directed against one of the Convention States. Consequently, private actors involved in proceedings against other private actors before domestic courts must complain about State (in)action in their application to the European Court of Human Rights. In other words, originally 'horizontal' conflicts must be 'verticalised' in order to be admissib...
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  4. This book provides a thorough account of states' obligations to prevent childhood obesity under the Convention on the Rights of the Child, focusing on restricting unhealthy food marketing to children. It also examines state obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights and EU law.
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    € 102,-

  5. Human rights play a crucial role in health law and policy. This book systematically explores a range of themes and dimensions of 'health and human rights'. It discusses the approaches of the UN, Council of Europe and EU to health and human rights, as well as a number of important themes including autonomy and paternalism, vulnerability and entitlements, abortion, digitisation and artificial intelligence, and questions surrounding death and dying.
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  6. Bruce Harris has left an indelible mark on public law across the common law world. In this Festschrift, commentators explore key themes including the nature of executive power, issues concerning the judiciary, and the future of unwritten constitutions. This collection of essays conveys a distinctively pragmatic approach to public law, relevant to scholars and practitioners alike.
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  7. The book deals with topical issues in the ongoing process of harmonisation in the fields of environmental and energy law. Applying critical perspectives, the contributors address a broad array of issues ranging from more general concepts and processes of harmonisation to more specific applications with regard to the domains of environmental and energy law.
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    € 90,-

  8. This volume includes chapters on "Developments in the EU and EU Energy Law", "EU Case Law", "New Developments in Cross-border Energy Governance", "Energy Communities" and "Clean Hydrogen: Regulatory Frameworks".
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    € 177,-

  9. Scholars from multiple countries and disciplines analyse the existing and potential contributions that private law and private international law can make towards each of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030.
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    € 68,-

  10. This book examines coronavirus-related legislation and its consequences in European states. It brings together expert contributions from over 80 academics and practitioners.
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    € 166,-
 
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