Global Campus Open Knowledge Repository
Our Open Knowledge Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes all digital materials resulting from the rich and varied production of the Global Campus of Human Rights. It is an ever growing collection which aims to give visibility to our research outputs, educational content, and multimedia materials; sustain open access for knowledge transfer; and foster communication within and beyond academia.
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The exceptional state of America: militarization, police ones, and the special case of security in the United States (2018)The militarization of law enforcement agencies in the United States is an obvious and indisputable reality. It has been criticized for its contribution to increasing rates of police violence, deteriorating relationships ...
(2018)This thesis approaches the sensitive topic of Harmful Cultural Practices, affecting the rights of women and children. The importance of also discussing women’s rights in these situations lies upon the fact that, most of ...
Trivialising juveniles' rights? : a critical comparative perspective on the rights of juveniles during police proceedings in the framework of the Dutch and Austrian justice system (2018)The area of juvenile justice systems focusing on children in conflict with the law amounts to the branch of children‟s rights where the largest number of legislation has been issued. Even though several States appear to ...
Microaggressions and islamophobia in employment : Turkish and Moroccan Muslim women in Belgium’s labor market (2018)The high unemployment rate of ethnic minorities in Belgium is alarming, particularly for Turkish and Moroccan Muslim women, who face penalties for their gender, ethnicity and religion. Their experiences with microaggressions ...