EU and promotion of human rights in the member states: Do we need an internal control mechanism? The case of Greece. Theofania Antoniou PhD candidate Panteion University 4 th Hellenic Observatory PhD Symposium, LSE, June 2009. The framework of the paper- PhD thesis.
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EU and promotion of human rights in the member states: Do we need an internal control mechanism? The case of Greece.
PhD candidate Panteion University
4th Hellenic Observatory PhD Symposium, LSE, June 2009
I.1The role of supranational institutions, i.e. the Commission:
II.1 Gender equality
L. 3636/2008 regarding the percentage of candidates in national elections, L. 3528/2007 regarding the percentage of women in decision making councils of public services, L 2910/2001 regarding municipal and regional elections and 3463/2006 regarding municipal and communal elections.
The success of a Community human rights policy is linked to:
In Greece the response was better regarding the implementation of specific programs, where the monitoring is linked to funding and involves a variety of governmental and non governmental actors.