From the street to the Constitutional Court, do the Congolese people have a say? – Béni Josian BOBANGA WAWA

“The syndrome of the third presidential term in the Democratic Republic of Congo: From the street to the Constitutional Court, do the Congolese people have a say?” by Béni Josian BOBANGA WAWA (click on the link below to view the article) The Democratic Republic of Congo – Béni J
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Brusseltrip for the EU Law Master – Mathias Quickert

A recap of the successful trip to Brussels and Luxembourg by the students of the European Law Master and our very own Urios board members (click on the link below for the article) Brusselstrip post – Mathias Quickert
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Lecture: Reforming EU Asylum Law

The last few years the refugee crisis has been dominating both the newspapers and the political debates. The current EU Asylum Law is not effective and has led to thousands of refugees knocking on the ports of Europe, whilst the politicians could not reach a settlement about the refug
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Democracy – Vivian Aiyedogbon

The influence of democracy on the International Human Rights System by Vivian Aiyedogbon (click on the link below for the article) Democracy – Vivian Aiyedogbon
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BLOG WRITERS WANTED

War crimes? The refugee crisis? Brexit? Climate change? Name any International or European Law related topic and it’s yours to write an article about! The articles will be published on our blog ‘Curious’ and free for you to share via Facebook, Linkedin etc. It can be
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