On Monday 10 December 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union held in Case C-621/18 Wightman & Others that Article 50 TEU can be revoked unilaterally by the United Kingdom, without any agreement required from the other 27 Member States.
What have children’s rights got to do with counter-terrorism in Europe? A lot. Consider security-based approaches to targeting suspects of terrorism, who may be children, in education, juvenile justice systems and on the issue of returnees.
Refugee and migrant children require specific protection and support. Local level initiatives play an important role in their integration. Initiatives promoting early integration, an individualised approach and prolonged support appear successful.
Judicial impartiality is of fundamental importance to anyone facing trial, and especially to those facing criminal prosecution. This blog offers a detailed analysis of the Otegi case and exposes the current state of the Spanish judicial system.
Dutch law made integration a condition for admission and continuous residence. The ECJ already ruled about integration as a condition for admission. Now the ECJ passed its judgment on Dutch integration requirements for autonomous residence.