An Echo of France’s Anti-Separatism Bill: Will the Hijab Ban Bring Back the Secular Notions of ‘The French Republic’?
A Post on State, Secularism, and Religious Freedom.
By Sarthak Gupta Sarthak Gupta is an undergraduate law student at the Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. His scholastic interest follows Constitutional Law, Human Rights & Gender Studies, Arbitration Law, and International Law. An Echo of France’s Anti-Separatism Bill: Will the Hijab Ban Bring Back the Secular Notions of ‘The French Republic’? In February […]
The Hungarian Propaganda Law and the Last Nail in the Coffin of LGBTQIA+ Rights
Examining the 'Anti-Propaganda' law in Hungary and its implications on the LGBTQIA+ community from a socio-legal lens.
By Ishika Garg and Sukrut Khandekar Ishika Garg and Sukrut Khandekar are students at the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad, India. Ishika is deeply passionate about human rights, international law and gender studies. Sukrut’s areas of interest include constitutional law and journalism. The Hungarian Propaganda Law and the Last Nail in the Coffin of LGBTQIA+ Rights […]
Call for Articles: We're looking for engaging and critical blog posts within the general scope of European Union Law.
With the launch of our new blog, we welcome authors to submit their thoughts and critique on the topics that interest them.
The Groningen Journal of European Law is happy to announce a new addition to the family: The GJEL Forum. The blog’s main aim is to provide an active discussion platform that gives EU law researchers the opportunity to interact and engage with eachother’s work in a conversational manner. With that being said, in this first […]