The criminalization of denialism in the perspective of human rights law: a double standard.
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This week we share the academic paper of Benedetta De Rosa, a second-year student in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance. The essay was submitted as the final paper for the course of International Law of Human Rights on the 21st January 2022.
In her work, Benedetta examines the criminalization of denialism in the perspective of human rights law, with particular attention to the European framework. With an analysis of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights in relation to Garaudy v. France and Perinçek v. Switzerland cases, Benedetta shows the double standards in the criminalization of Shoah denialism and denialism of other international crimes.
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