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  • France and the state of emergency: moving in the wrong direction

    France and the state of emergency: moving in the wrong direction

    Tom Bollemeijer, Friso van de Pol | | 3
    After the 2015 terrorist attacks the French government initiated numerous legislative projects, most notably the state of emergency. What impact have these legal changes had on French citizens? How do they relate to human rights and the rule of law?
  • Liberté, egalité, prostitué?

    Liberté, egalité, prostitué?

    Anne van Es | | 0
    The French government has proposed criminalising clients of prostitutes, following the example of Sweden. What is the goal of this controversial policy reform, and what can be expected of its effects?