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Del. Nr.ThemeDateLead BeneficiaryTitleAuthors
8.3Coherence among EU Institutions and Member States31 July 2016University College DublinPolicymakers' Experiences Regarding Coherence in the European Union Human Rights ContextLisa Ginsborg, Wolfgang Benedek, Graham Finlay, Veronika Haász, Isabella Meier, Klaus Starl, Maddalena Vivona, Stuart Wallace
12.3Human Rights and Democratisation Policy3 June 2016University of DeustoChallenges to the Effectiveness of EU Human Rights and Democratisation PoliciesFelipe Gómez Isa, Ester Muñoz Nogal, María Nagore, Łukasz Szoszkiewicz, Katrin Wladasch, Wenhai Dai, Si Lv, Xiaojing Nie, Zirong Zhou, Diego Armando Uchuypoma Soria, Chiara Marinelli, Renato Constantino
11.3Freedom, Security and Justice31 May 2016Åbo Akademi UniversityThe protection of vulnerable individuals in the context of EU policies on border checks, asylum and immigrationMaija Mustaniemi-Laakso, Mikaela Heikkilä, Eleonora Del Gaudio,
Sotiris Konstantis, Maria Nagore Casas, Dolores Morondo,
Venkatachala G. Hegde, Graham Finlay
10.3Human Rights Violations in Conflicts31 May 2016University of SevilleCase study: Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)Carmen Márquez Carrasco, Cristina Churruca Muguruza, Rocío Alamillos Sánchez
3.5Underlying Conceptions of Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law23 May 2016Utrecht UniversityHuman rights concepts in EU Human Rights DialoguesBalázs Majtényi, Lorena Sosa, Alexandra Timmer, with the collaboration of Rajendra Jain (India), Renato Constantino Caycho and Chiara Marinelli (Peru), Jeremy Gunn, Alvaro Lacuesta and Sara Benjelloun (Morocco), Magnus Killander, Mona Kareithi and Bright Nkrumah (African Union), Zihan Yan (China)
5.2Engagement with the UN / Regional Multilateral Organisations30 April 2016Adam Mickiewicz UniversityEU engagement with other European regional organisationsAnna-Luise Chané, Agata Hauser, Jakub Jaraczewski, Władysław Jóźwicki, Zdzisław Kędzia, Michaela Anna Šimáková, Hanna Suchocka, Stuart Wallace
7.3Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society30 April 2016University of NottinghamStructures and mechanisms to strengthen engagement with non-state actors in the protection and promotion of human rightsJeffrey Kenner, Pierre Schmitt, Katrina Sissins and Stuart Wallace
6.2Regional Partnerships and Bilateral Cooperation30 April 2016Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem (ELTE)The role of human rights in the EU’s external action in the Western Balkans and TurkeySusanne Fraczek, Beáta Huszka and Zsolt Körtvélyesi
7.5Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society28 April 2016University of NottinghamCase Study on Holding Private Military and Security Companies Accountable for Human Rights ViolationsStuart Wallace
4.3Protection of Human Rights: Institutions and Instruments28 April 2016Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights (BIM)International Human Rights Protection: The Role of National Human Rights Institutions - a Case StudyMonika Mayrhofer (editor), Francisco Aquilar, Mehdi Azeriah, Renata Bregaglio, Jeremy Gunn, Patrick Harris, Amal Idrissi, Alvaro Lagresa, Adrián Lengua, Y.S.R. Murthy, Bright Nkrumah, Kristine Yigen
3.4Underlying Conceptions of Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law10 April 2016Utrecht UniversityHuman rights, democracy and rule of law: Different organisations, different conceptions?Katharina Häusler, Péter Kállai, Zsolt Kortvelyesi , Balázs Majtényi, Lorena Sosa, Alexandra Timmer, Magnus Killander, Nora Ho Tu Nam, Adebayo Okeowo, Jeremy Gunn, Alvaro Lagresa
5.5Engagement with the UN / Regional Multilateral Organisations1 April 2016Adam Mickiewicz UniversityEngagement with regional multilateral organisations. Case study: ASEAN PerspectiveJakub Jaraczewski, Zdzisław Kędzia, Susanna Mocker, Pawat Satayanurug
5.3Engagement with the UN / Regional Multilateral Organisations1 April 2016Adam Mickiewicz UniversityEngagement with regional multilateral organisations. Case study: OIC and League of Arab StatesJeremy Gunn and Alvaro Lagresa
2.4Challenges and Factors29 March 2016The Danish Institute for Human RightsQuantitative Analysis of Factors Hindering or Enabling the Protection of Human RightsAxel Marx and Jadir Soares
13.2Human Rights Indicators24 December 2015European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (ETC Graz)Access Guide to Human Rights InformationElif Erken, Lena Kähler, Kristoffer Marslev, Isabella Meier, Hans-Otto Sano, Helmut Sax, Lorena P. A. Sosa and Maddalena Vivona; edited by Maddalena Vivona, Markus Möstl and Klaus Starl
3.3Underlying Conceptions of Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law23 December 2015Utrecht UniversityComparative analysis of conceptions of human rights, democracy and the rule of law in selected third countriesLorena Sosa and Alexandra Timmer, with contributions from Bright Nkrumah, Vuyisile Ncube, Eduardo Kapapelo, Magnus Killander, Renato Constantino, Julio Rodríguez, Diego Uchuypoma, Zihan Yan, Shan Patel, and Abdulrahim P. Vijapur
2.3Challenges and Factors30 November 2015Danish Institute for Human RightsCase Study on ICT and Human RightsRikke Frank Jørgensen, Anja Møller Pedersen, Wolfgang Benedek and Reinmar Nindler
7.4Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society1 November 2015University of NottinghamThe EU’s engagement with the main Business and Human Rights instrumentsStephanie Bijlmakers, Mary Footer, Nicolas Hachez
8.2Coherence among EU Institutions and Member States31 October 2015University College DublinEU and Member State competences in human rightsTamara Lewis, Adina Portaru (Raducanu), Ricki Schoen, Karen Murphy, TJ McIntyre, and Graham Finlay
11.2Freedom, Security and Justice31 October 2015Åbo Akademi UniversityReport critically assessing human rights integration in AFSJ policiesMikaela Heikkilä, Maija Mustaniemi-Laakso, Suzanne Egan, Graham Finlay, Tamara Lewis, Lisa Maria Heschl, Stefan Salomon, Julia Planitzer and Helmut Sax
15.1Policy Proposals31 October 2015Leuven Centre for Global Governance StudiesThe outcome of the research realised in the FRAME ProjectNicolas Hachez
10.2Human Rights Violations in Conflicts30 September 2015University of SevilleApplicable regulatory frameworks regarding human rights violations in conflictsCarmen Márquez Carrasco, Joana Abrisketa, Elizabeth Salmón, María Nagore, Chiara Marinelli, Rita Zafra, Rocío Alamillos Sánchez, Laura García Martín, Laura Íñigo Álvarez
4.2Protection of Human Rights: Institutions and Instruments31 July 2015Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human RightsReport on the global human rights protection governance system
Monika Mayrhofer, Katharina Häusler, Renata Bregaglio, Carmela Chavez, Tingting Dai, Felipe Gómez Isa, Venkatachala Hegde, Jakub Jaraczewski, Magnus Killander, Karin Lukas, María Nagore, Bright Nkrumah, Lingying Yin
12.2Human Rights and Democratisation Policy30 July 2015University of DeustoHuman rights priorities in the European Union's external and internal policies: an assessment of consistency with a special focus on vulnerable groupsJoana Abrisketa, Cristina Churruca, Cristina de la Cruz, Laura García, Carmen Márquez, Dolores Morondo, María Nagore, Lorena Sosa, Alexandra Timmer
2.2Challenges and Factors30 June 2015Danish Institute for Human RightsReport on in-depth studies of selected factors which enable or hinder the protection of human rights in the context of globalisationEva Maria Lassen, Monika Mayrhofer, Mandana Zarrehparvar, Hans-Otto Sano, Kristoffer Marslev, Anja Møller Pedersen, and Peter Vedel Kessing
5.6Engagement with the UN / Regional Multilateral Organisations30 June 2015Adam Mickiewicz UniversityThe EU’s engagement with regional multilateral organisations. Case study: Inter-American perspectiveFilip Balcerzak, Anna-Luise Chané, Chiara Marinelli, Amilcar Romero, Elizabeth Salmón
5.4Engagement with the UN / Regional Multilateral Organisations30 June 2015Adam Mickiewicz UniversityThe EU’s engagement with regional multilateral organisations. Case study: African perspectiveAnna-Luise Chané, Nora HoTu Nam, Magnus Killander, Tomasz Lewandowski, Remember Miamingi, Bright Nkrumah
9.2Development and Trade30 June 2015Leuven Centre for Global Governance StudiesThe impact of EU trade and development policies on human rightsNicolás Brando, Nicolas Hachez, Brecht Lein, Axel Marx
7.2Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society31 March 2015University of NottinghamImproving EU Engagement with Non-State ActorsWolfgang Benedek, Mary Footer, Jeffrey Kenner, Maija Mustaniemi-Laakso, Reinmar Nindler, Aoife Nolan, Stuart Wallace
6.1Regional Partnerships and Bilateral Cooperation6 January 2015Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem (ELTE)Mapping, analysing and implementing foreign policy instrumentsSusanne Fraczek, Beáta Huszka, Claudia Hüttner, Zsolt Körtvélyesi, Balázs Majtényi and Gergely Romsics
3.2Underlying Conceptions of Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law31 December 2014Utrecht UniversityEU Human rights, democracy and rule of law: from concepts to practiceAlexandra Timmer, Balázs Majtényi, Katharina Häusler and Orsolya Salát
13.1Human Rights Indicators24 December 2014European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (ETC Graz)Human Rights Indicators in the Context of the European UnionKlaus Starl, Veronika Apostolovski, Isabella Meier, Markus Möstl, Maddalena Vivona and Alexandra Kulmer, in collaboration with Hans-Otto Sano and Erik André Andersen
5.1Engagement with the UN / Regional Multilateral Organisations30 November 2014Adam Mickiewicz UniversityEU human rights engagement in UN bodiesGrazyna Baranowska, Anna-Luise Chané, David D’Hollander, Agata Hauser, Jakub Jaraczewski, Zdzisław Kędzia, Mariusz Lewicki, Anna Połczyńska
10.1Human Rights Violations in Conflicts30 September 2014University of SevilleHuman rights violations in conflict settingsCarmen Márquez Carrasco (editor and main co-author), Laura Iñigo Alvarez, Nora Loozen and Elizabeth Salmón Gárate
9.1Development and Trade30 September 2014Leuven Centre for Global Governance StudiesThe integration of human rights in EU development and trade policiesLaura Beke, David D’Hollander, Nicolas Hachez, Beatriz Pérez de las Heras
11.1Freedom, Security and Justice29 September 2014Åbo Akademi UniversityFundamental rights in the institutions and instruments of the Area of Freedom, Security and JusticeViljam Engström, Mikaela Heikkilä
8.1Coherence among EU Institutions and Member States29 September 2014University College DublinCoherence of human rights policymaking in EU institutions and other EU agencies and bodiesTamara Lewis, University College Dublin, with contributions from Wolfgang Benedek, University of Graz and Anna Müller-Funk, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute
2.1Challenges and Factors4 August 2014The Danish Institute for Human RightsFactors which enable or hinder the protection of human rightsEva Maria Lassen (editor), Monika Mayrhofer, Peter Vedel Kessing, Hans-Otto Sano, Daniel García San José, Rikke Frank Jørgensen
7.1Engagement with Private Actors, TNCs and Civil Society31 July 2014University of NottinghamThe positive and negative human rights impacts of non-state actorsNicolas David, Mary Dowell-Jones, Mary Footer, Jeffrey Kenner, Maija Mustaniemi-Laakso, Aoife Nolan, Petr Pribyla
12.1Human Rights and Democratisation Policy31 July 2014University of DeustoReport mapping legal and policy instruments of the EU for human rights and democracy supportCristina Churruca Muguruza, Felipe Gómez Isa, Daniel García San José, Pablo Antonio Fernández Sánchez, Carmen Márquez Carrasco, Ester Muñoz Nogal, María Nagore Casas, Alexandra Timmer
4.1Protection of Human Rights: Institutions and Instruments31 January 2014Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights (BIM)International Human Rights Protection: Institutions and InstrumentsMonika Mayrhofer, Carmela Chavez, Venkatachala Hegde, Magnus Killander, Joris Larik, Bright Nkrumah, Elizabeth Salmón, Kristine Yigen
3.1Underlying Conceptions of Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law28 November 2013Utrecht UniversityConcepts of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law: a literature reviewAlexandra Timmer (with the collaboration of Jenny Goldschmidt, Antoine Buyse and Anja Mihr)