RAZUMIJEVANJE POJMA DISKRIMINACIJE KROZ TEORIJU I PRAKSU

Anja Laštro* Sažetak Uvođenje Zakona o zabrani diskriminacije u zakonodavstvo Bosne i Hercegovine svakako je značajan korak koji Bosnu i Hercegovinu približava članstvu Evropske unije, ali i čini važan iskorak u iskorijenjavanju društvene nejednakosti i nepravde prouzrokovane dugogodišnjim predrasudama prema drugome i drugačijem. Regulisanje antidiskriminacijske materije zakonskim okvirima daje pravnu osnovu zaštite svakom pojedincu i … Continued

A Second Look at the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime

Prepared by Peter Berger, J.D. candidate at Duquesne University Law School, Pittsburgh, USA With globalization showing no signs of slowing down, Europe continues to move toward a singular digital market, but there are unique challenges posed to accomplishing this. The Budapest Convention, also known as the Cybercrime Convention of 2001, was ratified by the Council … Continued

Filtering, blocking and take-down of illegal content on the Internet

The Council of Europe commissioned to the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law a comparative study in respect of filtering, blocking and take-down of illegal content on the internet in the 47 member states of the Organisation. This study describes and assesses the legal framework but also the relevant case-law and practice in the field. It … Continued