Over the last few months, FRAME research has accelerated, and many results have been obtained. This has led to a surge of new reports published on the FRAME website on a wide variety of themes. We expect a dozen more reports to appear in the coming weeks.
For a full update, please visit the complete list of reports. By clicking on the title of a report, you will be redirected to a summary of its contents and will be able to download the pdf file.
Our reports repository is also equipped with a search function which allows readers to research keywords across the entire range of FRAME reports and therefore make useful links between the various aspects of our research on the EU and human rights.
The most recent deliverables are:
- Case study: Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) (10.3)
- International Human Rights Protection: The Role of National Human Rights Institutions – a Case Study (4.3)
- Structures and mechanisms to strengthen engagement with non-state actors in the protection and promotion of human rights (7.3)
- Case Study on Holding Private Military and Security Companies Accountable for Human Rights Violations (7.5)
- The role of human rights in the EU’s external action in the Western Balkans and Turkey (6.2)
- EU engagement with other European regional organisations (5.2)
- Engagement with regional multilateral organisations. Case study: OIC and League of Arab States (5.3)
- Engagement with regional multilateral organisations. Case study: ASEAN Perspective (5.5)
- Challenges to the Effectiveness of EU Human Rights and Democratisation Policies (12.3)
- Policymakers’ Experiences Regarding Coherence in the European Union Human Rights Context (8.3)
- The protection of vulnerable individuals in the context of EU policies on border checks, asylum and immigration (11.3)
- Human rights, democracy and rule of law: Different organisations, different conceptions? (3.4)
- Human rights concepts in EU Human Rights Dialogues (3.5)
- Quantitative Analysis of Factors Hindering or Enabling the Protection of Human Rights (2.4)
We wish you a very pleasant reading. Should you have any comment or reaction concerning one of the reports or any other aspect of the FRAME project, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.