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Arab and Islamic Human Rights System

Léon Mugesera: A Convicted Genocidaire Seeking Justice before the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights?

Teaching and (Un)learning International Law in Qatar

The African Human Rights System

The Asian Human Rights System

The Human Rights Implications of the Use of AI in the Digital Welfare State: Lessons Learned from the Dutch SyRI Case

Case comment, AComHPR, Gabriel Shumba v Republic of Zimbabwe, Communication No 288/2004

Case comment, ACtHPR, Andrew Ambrose Cheusi v United Republic of Tanzania, 26 June 2020

Case comment, ACtHPR, Gombert v Côte d’Ivoire, Judgement of 22 March 2018,

Case comment, ACtHPR, Léon Mugesera v Republic of Rwanda, Judgment of 27 November

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interview on innovative teaching

Law within a Digital Society

Interview at the European Society of International Law newsletter

Interview for Student Weblog

Internet's Standardisation Bodies as the Guardians of Privacy Online in the Face of Mass Surveillance

Guest post on Fair Trials blog

Oxford University Press Cybersecurity Month

Legal, Technical, and Common Sense Privacy

The Extradition of the Eight Military Officers to Turkey Violates Greek and International Law

Legal expert calls for ‘careful application’ of cybercrime law

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