Completed research projects

The Rights of Refugees and Asylum-Seekers under the ECHR - 2016

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Mapping of patients´ rights - 2015

The objective was to map patients’ rights initiatives in the EU Member States, Norway and Iceland.

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Statelessness in Iceland - 2013

The objective of the research was to investigate the status of stateless persons in Iceland, the governing legal rules and implementation, as well as international commitments to combat statelessness.

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The Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating vionlence agains women and domestic violence - 2012

A research to scrutinise whether the Icelandic legal system was compatible with the Council of Europe Convention.

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Report on a national program in human rights in Iceland - 2011

A report to identify the requirements and standards of the United Nations and how national plans have been prepared and carried out in Sweden and Norway.

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Umhverfisrefsiréttur

Referenda - 2010

Research on the direct involvement of the electorate in legislation and decision-making on matters relating to the general interest.

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Comparative study of discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity in Iceland - 2011

Comparative study on the situation concerning homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual oritenteation and gender identity in the Council of Europe member states.

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Reglur um reynslulausn á Norðurlöndum

Legal status of foreigners under Icelandic law - 2009, updated 2011

Research on thee legal status of foreigners in Iceland, with the exception of refugees' legal status. Emphasis placed on examining the duties that confirmed international agreements place on the Icelandic government and, depending on circumstances, individuals and associations.

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UN Human Rights Committee -  Decisions on discrimination - 2008

Research of the opinion of the committee, examining and classifying them depending on which discriminatory reasons were examined by the committee in each case and attempted to shed light on the interpretation methods of the committee.

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