human rights

Issue 4 2018-2019

Migration in the Mediterranean: Exposing the Limits of Vulnerability at the European Court of Human Rights

by Ben HUDSON

In recent years, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has been increasingly called upon to settle disputes pertaining to migration in the Mediterranean. This article examines the developments in the ECtHR’s pertinent case law through the lens of vulnerability, a concept that offers much potential for developing the Convention on Human Rights in response to new challenges, …More

Issue 4 2018-2019

Non-Governmental Organisations and Search and Rescue at Sea

by Kristof GOMBEER Melanie FINK

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have become increasingly involved in search and rescue in the Mediterranean Sea in order to fill a gap in humanitarian protection. This article examines the legal framework of their search and rescue activities. The international law of the sea sets out an obligation to render assistance to persons in distress at sea. …More

Issue 2 2016

The Arctic Sunrise Arbitration and Acts of Protest at Sea

by Maria Chiara NOTO

The present article analyses the Arctic Sunrise arbitration, which concerns the lawfulness of the boarding and seizure of the Dutch-flagged vessel, Arctic Sunrise, during a protest against the oil rig Prirazlomnaya in the exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation. Even though the Arctic Sunrise vessel was three nautical miles from the rig, the Greenpeace …More

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