European Protection of Human Rights: The Practice and Procedure of the European Commission of Human Rights on the Admissibility of Applications from Individuals and States
BRILL, 1 ian. 1980 - 273 pagini
Forty years ago the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights & Fundamental Freedoms came into force. It was born of the shared conviction that breaches of the most elementary human rights, such as had been experienced in the 1930s & '40s, should never be allowed to occur again. The Convention & the control bodies responsible for ensuring the observance of the engagements undertaken by the contracting States have had a profound influence on democratic European society in the latter half of this century, & have had repercussions outside Europe too; indeed the European system of human rights protection has served as a model or basic reference text for other regional systems. The European System for the Protection of Human Rights is a unique collection of essays by some of the most outstanding scholars & practitioners in the field of European Human Rights. Its aim is not only to sum up forty years of European experience in the collective endeavour to protect human rights, but above all to stimulate critical thinking about that experience & to review whether the Convention sytem as it stands is still fitted to meet the needs of European society in the coming millenium.
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The Individual Right of Petition
The Character of the Right to Exercise Effectively the Individ
The Right of States to Bring an Application Before
Handling of Registered Cases
The Final Character of the Admissibility Decision
Admissibility in General
Precedence Among the Grounds for Inadmissibility?
Applications Previously Examined or Under Exam
Relevant New Information
The Commissions Examination of the Substance of an Appli
The European Convention on Human Rights
European Agreement relating to Persons Participat
Formula letters used by the European Commission
Grounds for Inadmissibility Mainly Relating to
Competence Ratione Temporis
Conditions to be Fulfilled Before an Application
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