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Shaping Rights in the ECHR: The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in Determining the Scope of Human Rights e-book

Author:

Eva Brems,Janneke Gerards

Language:

English

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Politics

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Politics & Government

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1433 kb

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4.4

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press (January 23, 2014)

Pages:

378

ISBN:

1107043220

Shaping Rights in the ECHR: The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in Determining the Scope of Human Rights e-book

by Eva Brems,Janneke Gerards


the Human Rights Act 1998

the Human Rights Act 1998. These relate in particular to the legal protection against discrimination for trade union membership and the right to be represented by a trade union in dealing with an employer. It is essential in the implementation of the main function of constitutional rights have the right to sue, that the scope is wider than the scope of guarantee resulting from the article 6 of the ECHR and the constitutional complaint which is the means of protection entitled directly to an individual. A good example of the impact of the Human Rights Court in Polish law establishment is the issue.

has been added to your Basket. This volume examines the scope of fundamental rights. Topics range from the nature of human rights and the real or imagined risk of rights inflation to theories of positive obligations and social and economic rights. It contains contributions of a theoretical nature and analytical overviews of the ECtHR's approach. Eva Brems is Professor of Human Rights Law at Ghent University, Belgium.

In fundamental rights adjudication, a court first has to determine whether the interest at stake falls within the scope of the fundamental right invoked. Whether or not an individual interest falls within the scope or ambit of one of the fundamental rights protected by the European Convention on Human Rights determines whether or not the European Court of Human Rights can decide on the merits of a case.

Whether or not an individual interest falls within the scope or ambit of one of the fundamental rights protected by the European Convention on Human Rights determines whether or not the European Court of Human Rights can In fundamental rights adjudication, a court first has to determine whether the interest at stake falls within the scope of the fundamental right invoked.

In fundamental rights adjudication, a court first has to determine whether the interest at stake falls within the scope of the fundamental right invoked

In fundamental rights adjudication, a court first has to determine whether the interest at stake falls within the scope of the fundamental right invoked. Whether or not an individual interest falls within the scope or ambit of one of the fundamental right.

The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in Determining the Scope of Human Rights. In fundamental rights adjudication, a court first has to determine whether the interest at stake falls within the scope of the fundamental right invoked.

Eva Brems, Janneke Gerards.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR or ECtHR; French: Cour européenne des droits de l’homme), frequently referred to as the Strasbourg Court, is a supranational or international court established by the European Convention on Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR or ECtHR; French: Cour européenne des droits de l’homme), frequently referred to as the Strasbourg Court, is a supranational or international court established by the European Convention on Human Rights. The court hears applications alleging that a contracting state has breached one or more of the human rights provisions concerning civil and political rights set out in the convention and its protocols.

Eva Brems is Professor of Human Rights Law at Ghent University Belgium. 11 Old and new human rights in Europe: the scope of EU rights versus that of ECHR rights

Eva Brems is Professor of Human Rights Law at Ghent University Belgium. 11 Old and new human rights in Europe: the scope of EU rights versus that of ECHR rights. p. 232. 12 European human rights as universal rights: in defence of a holistic understanding of human rights.

Law of the European Convention on Human Rights LAW2066.

Brems, Eva, Gerards, J. H. ISBN-13. Law of the European Convention on Human Rights LAW2066. Next: Reasoning rights: comparative judicial engagement. Library availability.

In fundamental rights adjudication, a court first has to determine whether the interest at stake falls within the scope of the fundamental right invoked. Whether or not an individual interest falls within the scope or ambit of one of the fundamental rights protected by the European Convention on Human Rights determines whether or not the European Court of Human Rights can decide on the merits of a case. This volume brings together a variety of legal scholars in order to examine the scope of fundamental rights. Topics range from the nature of human rights and the real or imagined risk of rights inflation to theories of positive obligations and social and economic rights. It contains contributions of a theoretical nature as well as analytical overviews of the ECtHR's approach. In addition, comparisons are made with domestic, EU and international law.

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