European Parliament workshop on “Human rights in Iran after the nuclear deal: Business as usual or time for change?”, contributions by Giulia Bonacquisti, Nazila Ghanea and Firouzeh Nahavandi

TEPSA coordinated the participation of two academic experts, Nazila Ghanea (University of Oxford) and Firouzeh Nahavandi (Université Libre de Bruxelles) in a workshop on Human rights in Iran after the nuclear deal: Business as usual or time for change? organised jointly by the […]

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European Parliament Workshop on “Afghanistan: Challenges and Perspectives until 2020”, contributions by Giulia Bonacquisti, Mona Kanwal Sheikh, Arne Strand and Victor Tanzarella

TEPSA coordinated the participation of two academic experts, Mona Kanwal Sheikh (Danish Institute for International Studies) and Arne Strand (Chr. Michelsen Institute), in a workshop jointly organised by the European Parliament’s Committees on Foreign Affairs (AFET) and Development (DEVE) together with the European […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Monitoring the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals – The role of the data revolution”, by Neil Webster and Helle Munk Ravnborg

TEPSA has recently coordinated a study for the European Parliament’s Committee on Development (DEVE), authored by Neil WEBSTER and Helle Munk RAVNBORG, Senior Researchers at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). The study deals with “Monitoring the implementation of the Sustainable […]

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European Parliament Workshop on “Human Rights in North Korea: accountability vs engagement?”, contributions by Veronika Bílková, Mariam Khotenashvili and Ramón Pacheco Pardo

  TEPSA coordinated the participation of two academic experts, Ramón Pacheco Pardo (King’s College London) and Veronika Bílková (Researcher at the Institute of International Relations, Prague) in the workshop on Human Rights in North Korea: accountability vs engagement? organized by […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Occupation/Annexation of a Territory: Respect for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and Consistent EU Policy”, by Pål Wrange and Sarah Helaoui

TEPSA has recently coordinated a study for the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs, authored by Pål Wrange (Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden) and Sarah Helaoui (for Section 5.2). Situations of occupation are often among the most difficult conflicts to resolve, […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Surveillance and Censorship: The Impact of Technologies on Human Rights”, by Ben Wagner, Joanna Bronowicka, Cathleen Berger and Thomas Behrndt

TEPSA coordinated a study for the European Parliament, authored by Ben Wagner, Joanna Bronowicka, Cathleen Berger and Thomas Behrndt (Centre for Internet and Human Rights, European University Viadrina, Germany). As human lives transition online, so do human rights. The main challenge […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Cost of Corruption in Developing Countries – How Effectively is Aid Being Spent?”, by Jesper Johnson, Nils Taxell and Thor Olav Iversen

TEPSA has coordinated a study for the European Parliament, authored by Jesper Johnson, Nils Taxell and Thor Olav Iversen (CMI, Norway). Corruption undermines development and reduces the effectiveness of development aid. Illicit financial flows are a consequence of flourishing corrupt […]

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Study for the European Parliament: “Developing Operational Tools within the EU for a Comprehensive Approach to Prevent Electoral Violence”, by Holly Ruthrauff and Andrew Bruce

    TEPSA coordinated a study for the European Parliament, authored by Holly Ruthrauff, Adviser to the Elections Team, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, Belgium and Andrew Bruce, Independent Consultant, UK. This paper discusses how EU institutions can better prevent […]

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