Stock-taking on the European Convention on Human Rights
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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • European Convention on Human Rights (1950)

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Edition Notes

Statementbythe Secretary to the European Commission of Human Rights.
ContributionsEuropean Commission of Human Rights.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14937641M
ISBN 100119830396

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European Commission of Human Rights, Stock-Taking on the European Convention on Human Rights: A Periodic Note on the Concrete Results Achieved Under the Convention: The First Thirty Years: Until (). [Strasbourg: European Commission of Human Rights, pp. Updated by yearly supplements through By focussing on the European Convention itself rather than its implementation in any one member state this text may be counted as essential reading for all those interested in the work of the Strasbourg organs, while a revised structure ensures the book now maps even more closely to European Human Rights courses. The European Convention on. Download Human dignity is one of the most challenging and exciting ideas for lawyers and political philosophers in the twenty-first century. Even though it is rapidly emerging as a core concept across legal systems, and is the first foundational value of the European Union and its overarching human rights commitment under the Lisbon Treaty, human dignity is still little understood and often. 3 Cf. Stock-Taking on the European Convention Human Rights (a periodic note on the concrete results achieved under the Convention, by H. C. KrOger, Secretary to the European Commission of Human Rights), Council of Europe Doc. DH (79) 1, of Jan. 1.

3 Cf. Stock-Taking on the European Convention on Human Rights (a periodic note on the concrete results achieved under the Convention, by H. C. KrUger, Secretary to the European Commission of Human Rights), Council of Europe Doc. DH (79) 1, of Jan. 1, , pp. To this can be added the cases of Peyer v. Switzerland, Application No. 1 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; 2 European Convention on Human Rights; 3 American Convention on Human Rights; 4 Convention Against Torture; 5 Conclusion; B Reparation under European Union law; C Reparation within the framework of criminal prosecution; D Reparation under international humanitarian lawAuthor: Christian Tomuschat. Stock-taking on the European Convention on Human Rights, A periodic note on the achieved under the convention, Eur. Comm'n H.R., Supp. , at major publication of his term of office, ‘Stock-taking on the European Convention on Human Rights. A Periodic Note on the Concrete Results Achieved under the Convention’, in which he described the cases dealt with. He concluded: It is particularly cooperation based on the confidence of governments in the working of the Commission, rather.

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