Topic: Economic Justice
To Strengthen the Rule of Law, Protect the Independence of Prosecutors
The case of Laura Codruţa Kövesi at the European Court of Human Rights underlines the importance of prosecutorial independence in protecting the rule of law.
Using Human Rights to Challenge a Home Repossession Order in Romania
A Romanian court is being asked whether the safeguards of the European Union's rights charter apply when people face the loss of their home, after falling into arrears on mortgage payments.
High Court in Ireland Confirms Protections of EU Law in Home Repossession
A ruling from Ireland highest civil court underlines the need for Irish courts to take into account the impact of home repossession on private and family life.
Case Digests: The European Debt Crisis and Human Rights
Read summaries of important decisions related to the European Debt Crisis, including statements from UN and Council of Europe officials, and decisions of national and regional courts.
To Tackle Inequality, We Need New Thinking on Tax Havens
Three global trends require us to look more closely at how tax havens are distorting the the world’s economy and fueling growing economic inequalities.
Case Watch: Europe’s Economic Crisis Goes to Court
As Europe's economic downturns continues, the courts are being called upon to adjudicate social justice issues.