Czech Republic Human Rights Review 2017 published

The Czech Centre for Human Rights and Democratization is pleased to present a new issue of the Czech Republic Human Rights Review examining the period of 2017.

You will find articles written by Adam Blisa and Michal Oščipovský focusing on the state of the constitutional judiciary in the Czech Republic and Central Europe, followed by articles from Laura Haiselová, Eva Drhlíková and Šárka Dušková on developments regarding the right to information and the use of classified information. Nela Černotová's article informs about the Czech National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights and the issue is closed by two articles from Kamila Abbasi and Kateřina Studecká focusing on criminal law topics.

We wish you an enjoyable reading.

You can download Czech Republic Human Rights Review here.

 

Content

  • 25th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Constitutional Judiciary in the Czech Republic 
  • Defending the Independence of the Judiciary 
  • The Constitutional Court Restricting the Right to Information Piece by Piece 
  • Regner v. Czech Republic 
  • Refusal to Grant Citizenship on the Grounds of Classified Information 
  • The First Czech National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights
  • The Marginalization of the Rape Phenomenon in the Czech Republic
  • One Flew over the Stork’s Nest