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Short guide to the European Convention on Human Rights (3rd edition)

Short guide to the European Convention on Human Rights (3rd edition) (2005)

Donna Gomien

ISBN 978-92-871-5670-9
Type of document : Book
Format : Paper
Size : 16 x 24 cm
Language : English
Number of pages : 200

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Short guide to the European Convention on Human Rights (3rd edition)

Short guide to the European Convention on Human Rights (3rd edition)

This book provides a concise overview of the basic rights guaranteed by the Council of Europe's Convention on Human Rights, and the case-law relating to these rights, the procedures followed by the European Court of Human Rights when handling applications under the Convention, and the role of the Committee of Ministers as a supervisory organ in giving force to the judgments of the Court. This third edition of the Short Guide, which covers developments to the end of 2003, will be an excellent guide for students, international and human rights lawyers, non-governmental organisations and all those who are trying to know and understand the European Convention on Human Rights.

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This book provides a concise overview of the basic rights guaranteed by the Council of Europe's Convention on Human Rights, and the case-law relating to these rights, the procedures followed by the European Court of Human Rights when handling applications under the Convention, and the role of the Committee of Ministers as a supervisory organ in giving force to the judgments of the Court. This third edition of the Short Guide, which covers developments to the end of 2003, will be an excellent guide for students, international and human rights lawyers, non-governmental organisations and all those who are trying to know and understand the European Convention on Human Rights.

User's guide
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Article 1 of the Convention
Chapter 2 - The right to life: Article 2 and Protocols Nos. 6 and 13
Chapter 3 - Torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment: Article 3
Chapter 4 - Slavery and forced labour: Article 4
Chapter 5 - Liberty and security of person: Article 5 and Articles 1 and 2 of Protocol No. 4
Chapter 6 - The right to a fair hearing: Article 6 and Articles 2 to 4 of Protocol No. 7
Chapter 7 - Freedom from retroactive criminal legislation: Article 7
Chapter 8 - Grounds for restricting the exercise of rights under the Convention: paragraphs 2 of Articles 8 to 11 and Article 2 of Protocol No. 4 / Article 17 / Article 18
Chapter 9 - The rights to privacy, family life, home and correspondence, to marry and found a family and to equality of spouses: Article 8, Article 12 and Article 5 of Protocol No. 7
Chapter 10 - Freedom of thought, conscience and religion: Article 9
Chapter 11 - Freedom of expression and information: Article 10
Chapter 12 - Freedom of assembly and association: Article 11
Chapter 13 - The right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions: Article 1 of Protocol No. 1
Chapter 14 - The right to education: Article 2 of Protocol No. 1
Chapter 15 - The right to free elections: Article 3 of Protocol No. 1
Chapter 16 - Certain rights of nationals and aliens: Article 16, Articles 3 to 4 of Protocol No. 4, and Article 1 of Protocol No. 7
Chapter 17 - The prohibition against discrimination: Article 14
Chapter 18 - The right to an effective domestic remedy: Article 13
Chapter 19 - Derogations in time or war or other public emergency: Article 15
Chapter 20 - Reservations and interpretative declarations
Chapter 21 - Procedures under the European Convention on Human Rights
Concluding remarks
Appendices

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