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What has become of Tunisia’s constitutional promise?

March 9, 2018

The Tunisian Constitution was adopted on 26 January 2014, carrying with it the hopes of Tunisians ...

Tunisians Gear Up for Municipal Elections

March 9, 2018

Tunisia’s first municipal elections since the overthrow of Ben-Ali in 2011 have been confirmed for 6 ...

The troubled history of the Ukrainian Electoral Code

March 8, 2018

DRI Legal News | Issue 4, by Dmytro Koval, Associate Professor in International Law In 2015 the President ...

From Law to Action: Election Reforms in Pakistan

March 8, 2018

“We have all the necessary and good laws in Pakistan, but we fail to implement them!...

Right-wing Twitter propaganda against GroKo

February 28, 2018

A variety of German media recently reported about a social media campaign by right-wing activists that ...

DRI Workshop on the Mechanism of Constitutional Complaint in Ukraine

February 28, 2018

Advocates, lawyers, human rights defenders and representatives of civil society organisations discussed how to prepare and ...

Pakistan’s Elections Act 2017: What You Need To Know

February 15, 2018

Pakistan's new election law has caused political uproar since its passage in early October 2017. Major ...

Macron was right: democracy must tame the internet

February 7, 2018

An opinion article about fake news and democracy in the euobserver. Read more here...     ...

Social Media Monitoring in Elections

February 6, 2018

Social media have become essential infrastructure for public debates and the forming of political opinion. In ...

Getting down to business: Tackling business and human rights in Pakistan

January 23, 2018

Human rights in business is a critical issue in Pakistan. The country’s sixty million strong work ...

Tunisian judges study human rights protections

January 17, 2018

In many areas the implementation of Tunisia’s 2014 Constitution is still at the beginning, for example ...

Lebanon: Local authorities need power to provide services

January 17, 2018

Decentralisation is high on Lebanon’s political agenda, confirmed as a priority by President Aoun in October ...