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Developing Democracy: Conversations on Democratic Governance in International, European and Comparative Law
This Issue results from the Fourth Annual Conference of the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, which was held at the University of Cambridge on 8 and 9 May 2015. The ConferenceExpand
Skills Shortage and a New Field of Work: About Professions and Qualifications in All-Day Schools in Germany
In Germany, all-day schools have become more important and more common over the last 15 years. But there are still many challenges connected to this development if all-day schools are to offer moreExpand
This article examines the role of the penalty of ‘loss of civil rights’ during the so-called treason trials – the Norwegian authorities’ reckoning with wartime collaborators after 1945. At theExpand
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Law and politics in the Norwegian 'Treason Trials', 1941-1964
Cambridge Commonwealth European and International Trust Corpus Christi College, Cambridge FAZIT-STIFTUNG
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The Danish ‘ghetto initiatives’ and the changing nature of social citizenship, 2004–2018:
This article critically examines the Danish ‘ghetto initiatives’ of 2004, 2010, 2013 and 2018, with a particular focus on their implications for ‘social citizenship’. Its approach is twofold: first...
The Mandatory Handshake in Danish Naturalisation Procedures: A Critical Race Studies Perspective
This article examines the recent introduction of a mandatory handshake in Danish naturalisation procedures from the perspectives of ‘racism’ and ‘race discrimination’. Drawing upon Critical RaceExpand