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Research

Book chapters:

“Égalité de Genre Devant la Cour Européenne des Droits de L’Homme” (Gender Equality before the European Court of Human Rights), in “Codes Commentés – Droits des Femmes”, Diane Bernard and Chloé Harmel (eds.), Larcier (2020), pp. 40-45 (co-authored with Angela Hefti)

“Gender Discrimination in Romania through the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights” in “Anti-discrimination Law in Civil Law Jurisdictions”, Barbara Havelkova and Mathias Moschel (eds.), Oxford University Press (2019), pp. 214 – 232

“Women and Constitution-Making in Post-Communist Romania” in “Women as Constitution-Makers: Case Studies from the New Democratic Era”, Helen Irving and Ruth Rubio Marin (eds.), Cambridge University Press (2019, co-authored with Silvia Șuteu), pp. 81-152

Journal articles/Commentaries:

Surrogacy and Same-Sex Parenthood Before the European Court of Human Rights: Reflections in Light of Cases Against Switzerland”,  Swiss Review of International and European Law, 3/2022 (co-authored with Marie-Hélène Spiess)

“Nature v. Nurture: “Sex” and “Gender” before the Romanian Constitutional Court. A Critical Analysis of Decision 907/2020 on the Unconstitutionality of Banning Gender Perspectives in Education and Research”, European Constitutional Law Review, 17(4)/2021, pp. 724-752 (co-authored with Georgiana Epure)

“Gender and Sexuality under Romania’s 1991 Constitution: Between Marginalization and Public Participation”, New Europe College Ştefan Odobleja Program Yearbook, 2020-2021, pp. 9-37

 “Gender Balance on Boards: Potential and Challenges for Regulation at EU Level”,  Romanian Journal of Comparative Law, 1/ 2021, pp. 7-37 (co-authored with Marie-Hélène Spiess) 

“Women as Others: The Changing Status of Women in the Romanian Constitution”, Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law, 11(4)/2017, pp. 541-564  

“The Legal Status of Assisted Human Reproduction in Romania. A Brief Discussion on Surrogacy”, Romanian Journal of Comparative Law, 1/ 2016, pp. 56 -74

“Women and Politics: The Impact of the European Integration Process on Women’s Political Representation in Romania”, AnaLize – Journal of Gender and Feminist Studies, no. 5/2015, pp. 8-31

Edited books:

“A Mission to Inform: Journalists at Risk Speak Out”, Council of Europe (2020), 150 pages

Book reviews

Book review of Alice Margaria, The Construction of Fatherhood: The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, (Cambridge University Press, 2019), Human Rights Law Review, 22(2)/2022 (co-authored with Marie-Hélène Spiess)

Book review of Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Valerie Sperling and Melike Sayoglu, Courting Gender Justice: Russia, Turkey, and the European Court of Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 2019), Human Rights Law Review, 22(2)/2022

Book review of Jule Mulder, EU Non-Discrimination Law in the Courts: Approaches to Sex and Sexualities Discrimination in EU Law (Hart Publishing, 2017), European Law Review, 43(3)/2018, pp. 461-464

Book review of Barbara Havelkova, Gender Equality in Law. Uncovering the Legacies of Czech State Socialism (Hart Publishing, 2017), European Journal of Legal Studies, 10(1)/2017, pp. 295-203

Book review of Anne Quinney (ed.), Paris – Bucharest, Bucharest – Paris, Francophone Writers from Romania (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012), Nordicum – Mediterraneum, 8(1)/2013

PhD Thesis:

 “Legal and Constitutional Developments in the Field of Gender Equality in Post-Communist Romania. An Analysis in the Framework of the Public/Private Divide” (European University Institute, 2019)
Examining Board: Prof. Barbara Havelková (University of Oxford), Prof. Mathias Möschel (CEU Budapest), Prof. Ruth Rubio-Marín (EUI), Prof. Gábor Halmai (EUI);

Blog posts/Others: 

“The European Court of Human Rights Develops Important Principles in Pregnancy Discrimination Cases”, Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog, 11 April 2021, http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/the-european-court-of-human-rights-develops-important-principles-in-pregnancy-discrimination-cases/

“Going Against the Tide: The Romanian Constitutional Court Rejects a Ban on Gender Studies”, International Journal of Constitutional Law (ICON) Blog, 22 March 2021 (co-authored with Georgiana Epure), http://www.iconnectblog.com/2021/03/going-against-the-tide-the-romanian-constitutional-court-rejects-a-ban-on-gender-studies/ 

The Rights of LGBT People and Referendums: an Irreconcilable Marriage” in “State Sponsored-Homophobia 2019” report, ILGA Europe, March 2019, pp. 33-36 (co-authored with Vlad Viski)

Why Referendums on Human Rights Are a Bad Idea: Reflecting on Romania’s Failed Referendum on the Traditional Family from the Perspective of Comparative Law”, The Comparative Jurist, 11 November 2018, https://comparativejurist.org/2018/11/11/why-referendums-on-human-rights-are-a-bad-idea-reflecting-on-romanias-failed-referendum-on-the-traditional-family-from-the-perspective-of-comparative-law/.

“Human Rights Should Not Be Subject to a Popular Vote: Lessons from Romania’s Failed Anti-LGBT Referendum”, Oxford Human Rights Hub, 30 October  2018 http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/human-rights-should-not-be-subject-to-a-popular-vote-lessons-from-romanias-failed-anti-lgbt-referendum/

“LGBTQ+ and Women’s Rights under Attack: Romania to Hold Referendum for ‘the Traditional Family”, Oxford Human Rights Hub, 18 September 2018 http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/lgbtq-and-womens-rights-under-attack-romania-to-hold-referendum-for-the-traditional-family/

“Paying Lip Service to the CJEU: The Unsurprising Decision of the Constitutional Court of Romania in the Coman Case”, Oxford Human Rights Hub, 26 July  2018 http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/paying-lip-service-to-the-cjeu-the-unsurprising-decision-of-the-constitutional-court-of-romania-in-the-coman-case/

Articles related to gender equality on Europunkt.ro. Europunkt.ro is an on-line platform that aims to inform the Romanian public with regard to the EU and Romania’s European integration. See (in Romanian): http://europunkt.ro/author/brodeala/