Nəzrin Əliyeva

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Introduction The way the Court of Justice of the European Union handles cases involving violations of fundamental rights has certain characteristics not in common with judicial protection mechanisms both in national courts or in the European Court of Human Rights. One of the most significant differences is the multiplicity of the sources applied to deal with court cases relating to the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual. Since the foundation of the...

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Introduction. International organizations enjoy privileges and immunities in order to carry out their purposes and functions smoothly and unhindered in the territory of the host State.[1] They are not subject to national jurisdiction of any State while taking ownership of the property located in different countries or by making property-related deals with citizens of different nationalities. Furthermore, international organizations could not be prosecuted as a respondent in the national courts.[2] Scope of the privileges and...

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INTRODUCTION During the last few decades, the United Nations has played a crucial role for empowerment of women through the systematic approach adressed global partnership in promoting and protecting women’s rights, as well as in creation of the appropriate conditions for support the implementation and monitoring the enforcement of such rights. The UN was instrumental in the globalization of gender equality throughout the world and further development of the fight against discrimination between women and...