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Research papers

Also known as topic overviews, these resources are produced by our volunteers for our events. They provide an accessible and comprehensive introduction to a topical issue from a European perspective. They have been organised thematically, covering policy areas from public health to foreign affairs.

Civil Liberties and Equalities


Data protection and privacy (2017) Free movement, discrimination and ethnic profiling (2017) Protecting the rights of ethnic minorities (2017) Workers' rights in the fashion industry (2019) Female entrepreneurship (2017) Female genital mutilation (2019) Freedom of assembly and the right to protest (2020) Gender employment gap (2018) Gender equality (2016) Gender equality abroad (2018) Gender-based violence (2015) Linguistic rights (2019) Marginalised communities and their living conditions (2020) Net neutrality (2019) Prison reform (2020) The rights of prisoners (2017) Transgender and non-binary parenthood (2020) Workers' rights in the sex industry (2019) Workers' rights in the sex industry (2020) Social integration and xenophobia (2018) Labour rights at home and abroad (2019)





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