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Insufficiently inhuman: removing AIDS patients from the UK. N v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Terence Higgins Trust intervening) [2003] EWCA Civ 1369
In January 2003, the Prime Minister Tony Blair was heard to suggest that the UK was ‘fundamentally looking at’ its obligations under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, namely the
Statelessness in the European Union : displaced, undocumented, unwanted
1. Introduction - statelessness in the European Union Caroline Sawyer and Brad K. Blitz 2. Undocumented migrants: an Arendtian perspective Monika Krause 3. The rights of non-citizens in political
The Child is Not a Person: Family Law and Other Legal Cultures
Children's rights are usually seen through the perspective of family law, but it is suggested here that the approach in that jurisdiction suppresses children's legal personality and is not typical in
The loss of birthright citizenship in New Zealand
The Citizenship Amendment Act 2005 removed the traditional common law rule that a person born in New Zealand was, just for that reason, a New Zealand citizen. It required that the person have a
Neither Here Nor There: Temporary Admission to the UK
This article considers the lacunae in international and European law for the protection of those who do not, or do not yet, have their refugee status recognised, or whose claim for asylum have been
Conflicting rights for children: Implementing welfare, autonomy and justice within family proceedings
Abstract The government's current review of child representation suggests the administrative amalgamation of the court welfare and guardian ad litem services, and seeks consultation on the extension
Country report : United Kingdom
Research for the EUDO Citizenship Observatory Country Reports has been jointly supported, at various times, by the European Commission grant agreements JLS/2007/IP/CA/009 EUCITAC and