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Individual Publications and Articles

Publication: Gender (In)equality, Disaster and Human Rights - the CEDAW Committee and General Recommendation No. 37 (in Yearbook of International Disaster Law Online)

Gender (In)equality, Disaster and Human Rights - the CEDAW Committee and General Recommendation No. 37, in Yearbook of International Disaster Law Online

Monika Mayrhofer contributed with an article on "Gender (In)equality, Disaster and Human Rights - the CEDAW Committee and General Recommendation No. 37" to the first issue of the Yearbook of International Disaster Law, which was published at the end of 2019.

Publication: Human Rights Law and Evidence-Based Policy: The Impact of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency

Human Rights Law and Evidence-Based Policy

The EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) was established to provide evidence-based policy advice to EU institutions and Member States. By blending social science research with traditional normative work, it aims to influence human rights policy processes through new ways of framing empirical realities. The contributors to this volume critically examine the experience of the Agency in its first decade, exploring FRA’s historical, political and legal foundations and its evolving record across major strands of EU fundamental rights.

Human Rights in Numbers: Collecting statistical data on the status of (in)equality and discrimination

zeitschrift für menschenrechte: Human Rights in Numbers

The recent issue of the journal for human rights focuses on Human Rights in Numbers (Menschenrechte in Zahlen) and addresses the empirical assessment of the human rights situation using data, indicators and numbers. Monika Mayrhofer has written an article on the collection of equality data in the field of sexual orientation and gender identity, characteristics and expression.

Preventive human rights monitoring in child and adolescent psychiatry and welfare institutions

Neuropsychiatrie 2/17

In their article, Ernst Berger and Caroline Paar offer an overview of the Austrian legal framework regarding monitoring visits to psychiatric hospitals or residential homes/groups for children and juveniles supervised by youth welfare services.

Under OPCAT, six commissions has been assigned with the mandate to visit places of detention as a preventive mechanism against torture and other forms of ill-treatment – to that effect, this includes the facilities mentioned above. The Authors discuss key issues of the monitoring process as well as the commission´s findings and recommendations.

Open access: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40211-017-0244-z (in German only)

Buch: Preventive human rights monitoring in child and adolescent psychiatry and welfare institutions
Autor_innen: Paar, Caroline; Berger, Ernst
Springer Verlag, 2017

Individual Publications and Articles 2011

Dörnhöfer, Stefanie/Linder, Barbara/Steinkellner, Astrid: Datenschutz und Corporate Social Repsonsibility: stärker zu zweit! In: Nothing to hide – nothing to fear? Datenschutz – Transparenz – Solidarität. Jahrbuch Menschenrechte 2011. Hg.: Heiner Bielefeldt, Volkmar Deile, Brigitte Hamm, Franz Josef Hutter, Sabine Kurtenbach und Hannes Tretter. Wien: Böhlau, 2011. S. 226-242.

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