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    Ana Prundaru

    Ana Prundaru is a writer, translator and visual artist. She holds a MSc in Sociology of Law and an LL.B in EU Law. Her essays appear in Ragazine, Thread Literary, Kyoto Journal, Luna Luna Magazine and Feminist Wire, among other places. She tweets @the_anamaria.

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  • The importance of social inclusion policies at school community: a key for integration

    The importance of social inclusion policies at school community: a key for integration0

    On January 10th, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) delivered a ruling on a case involving a potential violation of Art. 9 of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) that sparked mixed reactions in the light of the steady stream of outlets declaring Europe’s failure to integrate Muslims.

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  • Europe Grapples with Child Marriage

    Europe Grapples with Child Marriage0

    Amid the substantial increase in child marriage as a negative coping strategy to the humanitarian crisis in Syria, European nations are scrambling to find sustainable response to the influx of child brides. Recent cases involving de-facto or de-jure recognition of child marriage in Member States that ban such unions have not only triggered concern on the lack of protective measures for child brides, but also demonstrated that addressing child marriage is not at all a straightforward endeavor.

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