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Jacobs, White, and Ovey: The European Convention on Human Rights

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  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Preface to the Seventh Edition
  • A Note on Citation Conventions
  • Table of Judgments and Decisions of the Court of Human Rights
  • Table of Decisions and Reports of the Commission of Human Rights
  • Table of Treaties and Related Documents
  • Table of Cases
  • Abbreviations
  • Part 1 Institutions and Procedures
    • 1 Context, Background, and Institutions
      • Context
      • The Structure and Aims of the Council of Europe
      • The Content of the European Convention
      • The System of Protection
      • The Role of the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe
      • The Commissioner for Human Rights
      • Other Human Rights Instruments of the Council of Europe
      • Relationship with Other International Courts and Tribunals
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 2 Proceedings Before the Court
      • Introduction
      • Composition and General Procedure
      • Procedure Prior to the Decision on Admissibility
      • Examination of Admissibility: Procedural Issues
      • Conditions of Admissibility
      • Judgment
      • Remedies Under Article 41
      • Advisory Opinions of the European Court of Human Rights
      • The Reform Process: Protocols 15 and 16 and Beyond
      • Concluding Remarks
      • Appendix
    • 3 Supervising the Enforcement of Judgments
      • Introduction
      • Composition and Procedure of Committee of Ministers
      • The Execution of Judgments
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 4 Interpreting the Convention
      • Introductory Remarks
      • The Influence of the Vienna Convention
      • The Principle of Evolutive Interpretation
      • Approaches and Ideologies, and the Margin of Appreciation
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 5 The Scope of the Convention
      • General Scope of the Convention
      • Temporal Scope
      • The Concept of Jurisdiction in Article 1 of the Convention
      • Liability for Acts of International Organisations
      • Other Issues Relating to Territorial Scope
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 6 Reservations and Derogations
      • Introduction
      • Reservations
      • Derogations in Emergency Situations
      • Prohibition of Abuse of Rights
      • Limitation on Use of Restrictions on Rights
  • Part 2 Convention Rights
    • 7 The Right to an Effective Remedy
      • Introduction
      • What is an Arguable Complaint?
      • The Nature of the Remedies Required
      • Violations by Persons in an Official Capacity
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 8 The Right to Life
      • Introduction
      • The Death Penalty and the Extraterritorial Application of the Right to Life
      • Prohibition of Intentional Killing by the State
      • Death in Custody and Forced Disappearance
      • The Positive Obligation to Protect Life
      • The Duty to Investigate Suspicious Deaths
      • Medical Termination of Pregnancy and the Rights of the Unborn Child
      • Euthanasia and the Quality of Life
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 9 Prohibition of Ill-Treatment
      • Introduction
      • Defining the Terms
      • Obligations Concerning the Removal of Persons from the State
      • Disappearances
      • Use of Force by the State
      • Destruction of Homes and Possessions
      • Corporal Punishment
      • Protection from Gender-Based Violence
      • Acts in the Course of Arrest and Police Detention
      • Conditions of Detention
      • Positive Obligations
      • Evidential Issues
      • European Convention for the Prevention of Torture
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 10 Protection from Slavery and Forced Labour
      • Introduction
      • Slavery or Servitude
      • Human Trafficking
      • Positive Obligations
      • Forced or Compulsory Labour
      • Prison Labour
      • Military Service
      • Emergencies
      • Civic Obligations
      • Article 4 and Article 14
      • Consent
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 11 Personal Liberty and Security
      • Introduction
      • Structure of Article 5
      • What Amounts to a Deprivation of Liberty?
      • The Lawfulness of the Deprivation of Liberty
      • The Concept of Arbitrariness
      • Positive Obligations
      • Unacknowledged Detention
      • Permitted Pre-Trial Detention
      • The Right to Release Pending Trial and Trial within a Reasonable Time
      • The Remaining Permitted Grounds of Detention
      • Notification of the Reasons for Arrest or Detention
      • Testing the Legality of the Detention
      • An Enforceable Right to Compensation
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 12 The Right to a Fair Trial in Civil and Criminal Cases
      • Introduction
      • The Scope of Article 6(1)
      • Right of Access to Court
      • The Effectiveness of Court Proceedings
      • The Overall Requirements of a Fair Hearing
      • The Specific Requirements of Article 6(1)
      • Waiving Rights
      • Extraterritorial Effect
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 13 Aspects of the Criminal Process
      • Introduction
      • The Scope of Article 6(2) and (3)
      • Fair Trial Guarantees in Criminal Cases
      • Article 7: The Principle of Legality
      • Protocol 7
    • 14 Limitations Common to Articles 8 to 11
      • Introduction
      • Express Limitations: Some General Points
      • A Required Legal Basis for the Interference
      • Specified Legitimate Aims
      • The Limitation Must Be Necessary in a Democratic Society
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 15 Protecting Family Life
      • Introduction
      • Defining Family Life
      • Positive Obligations and Family Life
      • A Right to Reproduce by Means of Assisted Reproduction and/or Surrogacy?
      • Custody, Access, and Care Proceedings
      • The Right to Adopt
      • Inheritance Rights
      • The Family Life of Non-Nationals
      • The Family Life of Prisoners
      • The Right to Marry and Found a Family
      • Equality Between Spouses
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 16 Protecting Private life, The Home, and Correspondence
      • Introductory Remarks
      • Definitions
      • Positive Obligations and Private Life
      • Freedom from Interference with Physical and Psychological Integrity
      • The Collection, Storage, and Use of Personal Data
      • Freedom to Develop One’s Identity
      • Immigration Issues and Private Life
      • Health and Medical Procedures
      • Protection of One’s Living Environment
      • Protection of the Home
      • Protection of Prisoners’ Correspondence
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 17 Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion
      • Introduction
      • The Scope of Article 9
      • Proselytism
      • Religious Dress and Symbols
      • Manifestation of Religion and Belief by Prisoners
      • Conscientious Objection to Military Service
      • Immigration Issues and Freedom of Religion
      • A Right Not to Manifest a Religion
      • The Recognition and Authorisation of Religious Organisations
      • Positive Obligations
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 18 Freedom of Expression
      • Introduction
      • What Constitutes an Interference with Free Expression?
      • Limitations on Freedom of Expression
      • Hate Speech and Incitement to Violence
      • Obscenity and Blasphemy
      • The Press as the ‘Watchdog’ of Democracy
      • Protest
      • The Conflict with The Right to Private Life
      • Legal Aid to Defend Defamation Proceedings
      • Confidential Information
      • Whistle-Blowers
      • Advertisements
      • Broadcasting
      • Severity of any Penalty
      • Positive Obligations
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 19 Freedom of Assembly and Association
      • Introduction
      • Positive Obligations
      • Peaceful Protest
      • Defining Associations
      • Registration
      • Political Parties
      • Other Associations
      • Trade Unions
      • Restrictions on Particular Groups of Workers
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 20 Protection of Property
      • Introduction
      • Positive Obligations
      • Defining Possessions
      • Deprivation of Property
      • Controlling the Use of Property
      • Other Interferences with Peaceful Enjoyment of Possessions
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 21 The Right to Education
      • Introduction
      • The Right to Education
      • Regulating Education
      • Safeguarding Pluralism in Education
      • Education for Convicted Prisoners
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 22 The Right to Free Elections
      • Introduction
      • What is the Legislature?
      • Electoral Systems
      • The Right to Vote
      • The Right to Stand for Election
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 23 Freedom of Movement
      • Introduction
      • Movement and Residence
      • The Prohibition of Expulsion of Nationals
      • The Right of Entry to the Territory of the State of Nationality
      • Prohibiting the Collective Expulsion of Aliens
      • Expulsion Only to Follow Due Process
      • Concluding Remarks
    • 24 Freedom from Discrimination
      • Introduction
      • Positive Obligations
      • Conceptual Issues
      • The Court’s Methodology
      • Does the Complaint of Discrimination Fall Within the Scope of a Protected Right?
      • Is the Alleged Reason for the Discrimination One of the Grounds Listed in Article 14?
      • Can the Applicants Properly Compare Themselves with Another Class of Persons Which is Treated More Favourably?
      • Is the Difference of Treatment Capable of Objective and Reasonable Justification?
      • Discrimination and Minorities
      • The Burden of Proof Under Article 14
      • Protocol 12: A General Prohibition of Discrimination
      • Concluding Remarks
  • Part 3 Reflections
    • 25 Results and Prospects
      • Introductory Remarks
      • Results
      • Prospects
      • Final Remarks
  • Index


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Jacobs, White, and Ovey: The European Convention on Human Rights

Vörumerki: Oxford
Vörunúmer: 9780192533920
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