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Family disruption in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

Almeida, Susana; Gil, Ana Rita
Fonte: Instituto Politécnico de Leiria Publicador: Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 05/06/2010 ENG
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Comunicação apresentada na 47th Annual Conference of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – Traversing the trail of alienation: mountains of emotion, rocky relationships, mile high conflict, Denver, Colorado, 5th June 2010; This workshop aims to analyse the principles drawn out by the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights in regard to family disruption matters, such as custody and access, children taken into public care and the right to respect for family life of prisoners and immigrants. The right to respect for family life, within the meaning of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, requires a positive obligation of Member States to act in a manner calculated to allow family ties to develop normally. Furthermore, as the Strasbourg Court often stresses, the mutual enjoyment by parents and children of each other’s company constitutes a fundamental element of family life and thus one of the objectives pursued by Article 8. Therefore, the restriction or non-enforcement of custody and visiting rights, as well as the compulsory taking of children into public care and the implementation of care measures, or the limitation or prohibition of visits from family members to prisoners, or even the refusal of family reunification of immigrants...

Life sentences in Ireland and the European convention on human rights

McCutcheon, Paul J; Coffey, Gerard
Fonte: Hart Publishing Oxford Publicador: Hart Publishing Oxford
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; The distinctive feature of the sentence of life imprisonment is that it is indeterminate. Unlike a prisoner serving a fixed term the life sentence prisoner does not know when, if ever, he or she will be released. Moreover, where the sanction is mandatory, life imprisonment is an inflexible instrument that does not take account of the culpability of the particular offender and such sentences are difficult to reconcile with the principle of proportionality. I It is not surprising that the compatibility of life sentences with human rights principles has become a matter of concern, as have the arrangements put in place to facilitate the release of life sentence prisoners.2 The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has delivered a series of rulings in which life sentences have been evaluated in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). The Court has not declared that the life sentence per se involves a breach of the ECHR but it has pronounced on the review mechanisms and procedures that are required by the Convention. In short, once the punitive element of a life sentence has been served the prisoner is entitled to frequent and speedy review of the lawfulness of his or her imprisonment by an independent and impartial tribunal. The stated purpose underlying this regime is to protect the prisoner against the arbitrary prolonging of his or her incarceration. The current Irish position is that the question of release is exclusively an executive matter and the courts have demonstrated a marked reluctance to interfere with the exercise of that power. The power of release has been assigned by statute to the Minister for Justice...

Republic of Moldova as a Respondent State in the European Court of Human Rights

SVETLICINII, Alexandr
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Republic of Moldova has signed European Convention of Human Rights on 13th July of 1995 and Moldovan Parliament has ratified this document on 24th July of 1997.1 This ratification also included Protocols 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 11.2 In the act of ratification, Moldovan Parliament has made several specific reservations, which affected the implementation of the Convention on the Moldovan territory. These reservations included the statement that government of Moldova does not carry any responsibility for possible violations of human rights that could occur on the territory of so-called Transdniester Moldovan Republic until this territorial dispute will be solved. Another important reservation was related to the permitting of the forced labor in the form of the punishment by the court in criminal and administrative cases, possibility of the arrest by the order of the higher commander in the Military Forces (according to the internal disciplinary code) and the right of the prosecutor to issue the arrest order (in new Code of Criminal Procedure this right has been transferred to the criminal prosecution judge).3 Thus, becoming a member of the Council of Europe and part in the European Convention of Human rights Republic of Moldova has accepted the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights over the cases that arise from the violation of the articles of the above Convention and its Protocols.

Partnering with Strasbourg: Constitutionalization of the European Court of Human Rights, the Accession of Central and East European States to the Council of Europe, and the Idea of Pilot Judgments

SADURSKI, Wojciech
Fonte: European University Institute Publicador: European University Institute
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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The accession of Central and East European States into the European Convention of Human Rights system was both a threat and a promise to the system. The threat resulted not only from the substantial increase of the number of Member States and that of the case-load, but also from the demise of a consensus which was, originally, presupposed by the system of protection of human rights in Western Europe: original members of the Council of Europe were “like-minded” and the Convention system did not represent a challenge to their internal apparatus of human rights protection. This paper, however, focuses on a promise: a possibility for the European Court of Human Rights to abandon once and for all the fiction of it being merely a sort of super-appellate court which scrutinizes individual decisions rather than laws in Member States. This shift towards a quasi-constitutional role, going beyond the simple identification of wrong individual decisions so as to point to systemic legal defects, was triggered by systemic problems within the new Member States, while also facilitated by collaboration between the European Court and national constitutional courts. The emergence of so-called “pilot judgments” is the best and most recent illustration of this trend. The way in which a national court may form a de facto alliance with the European Court effectively “pierces the veil of the State”...

Divided in Diversity: National Legal Scholarship(s) and the European Convention of Human Rights

HENNETTE-VAUCHEZ, Stéphanie
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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The present article looks at the history and features of legal academic discourse on the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). It first establishes that people from inside the Convention system have been the first ones to posit ECHR law as a worthwhile object of study within academic arenas. It then compares French and Italian legal scholarship devoted to the ECHR and evidences that whereas the former is mostly due to human rights law specialists (among which both international and domestic lawyers), the latter was until recently mostly the result of studies by international lawyers. The paper then formulates some hypotheses as to the impact of the academic profile of ECHR law specialists in both countries on the discourse they actually produce, and suggests that this relationship may account for a greater receptivity of French legal audiences to the notion of the ECHR as a constitutional justice system / vector of a European public order compared to the Italian ones. However, the paper also insists that there is a very different understanding of the allegedly ‘constitutional’ dimension of the ECHR system according to whether the rationale is used by domestic lawyers or by insiders of the Convention system and/or international legal scholarship.; This paper was orignally presented at the Conference “The European Legal Field-Le champ juridique européen” organized by Bruno de Witte and Antoine Vauchez with the Robert Schuman Centre and the Academy of European Law (European University Institute...

Los derechos de los extranjeros en situación irregular: reflexiones a la luz de la práctica de los sistemas de protección derechos humanos en el ámbito europeo y americano / The Rights of Undocumented Migrants in the Light of Recent International Practice in Europe and America

OLMOS GIUPPONI, Maria Belen
Fonte: European University Institute Publicador: European University Institute
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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The purpose of this paper is to analyze recent developments in the protection of human rights of undocumented migrants and identify unresolved controversial issues in this field. In the current international situation, undocumented migrants continue clearly to face problems concerning their status and their rights, in particular, those who have entered the territory of the State illegally (illegal entrants) or have stayed illegally even if they initially entered legally (migrants who have stayed longer than the law or their permits allow). At the UN level, the tendency in the last twenty years has been towards a gradual development of a more precise framework regarding in particular the situation of migrant workers. Furthermore, regional bodies and regional human rights law provide general standards applicable to specific cases. In particular, the European system of human rights and the inter-American system of human rights offer mechanisms to assess the respect of the commitments by States under international human rights law. It should be pointed out that European Union has been also developing a practice to handle the situation of undocumented migrants. Thus, this paper deals with the protection of human rights of undocumented migrants in two different contexts: Europe and America...

Judicial Epistemology of Free Speech Through Ancient Lenses

BELAVUSAU, Uladzislau
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The article is the author’s endeavor to reconstruct the semiotic conflict in the transatlantic legal appraisal of hate speech (between the USA and Europe) through Ancient Greek concepts of παρρησία (parrhēsia) and ισηγορία (isēgoria). The US Supreme Court case law on the First Amendment to American Constitution is, therefore, counter-balanced vis-à-vis la jurisprudence de Strasbourg on Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights. The author suggests that an adequate comprehension of the contemporary constitutional concepts of the right to free speech in Western democracies is deceptive without a thorough analysis of its genealogy in the Ancient rhetorical cradle

Diversity of Social Rights in Europe(S) Rights of the Poor, Poor Rights

University Paris Ouest Nanterre - European University Institute Social Law Working Group
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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A mainstream view of the rule of the law has denied for a long time that social rights are “real” rights. Referred to as “the rights of the poor”, Social and Economic Rights have been often thought as “poor rights”. Lawyers and judges often distinguish between social and civil rights, albeit human rights have been affirmed, since 1948, to be indivisible and interdependent. The distinction between civic and political rights on the one hand, and economic and social rights, on the other hand, often results in casting aside the social rights and prevent them from being justiciable. However, the academic debate about judicial enforcement of social rights is undergoing changes. The divide between the fundamental rights tends to be questioned by social movements which do not hesitate anymore to take legal actions and claim those social rights (the right to housing, to food, to health care…), as well as by a number of academic researchers who try to rethink the universality and indivisibility of human rights. That trend is followed by judges, international ones as well as national ones, who help with such decisions to strengthen the justiciability, effectiveness and opposability of social rights. The subject of the following contributions is this current trend of justiciability and enforcement of social rights in Europe. This working paper draws attention to and scrutinize the academic debate and the jurisdictional answers concerning the nature and regime of social rights through the use of comparative and international law. Rights are studied in UK (W. Baugniet)...

Collective Religious Autonomy under the European Convention on Human Rights: the UK Jewish Free School Case in International Perspective

KIVIORG, Merilin
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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What should the response be if a religious community (or an affiliated institution) violates the individual rights of either its own members or of others in society? This working paper analyses the UK Jewish Free School case, which raised a question of racial discrimination in the admission policy of the school from a theoretical and international law perspective with focus on the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. The aim is to address broader issues of collective freedom of religion or belief by giving some theoretical conceptualising points about collective religious autonomy. An attempt is also made to provide some hypothetical predictions as to how the JFS case would be decided under the European Court of Human Rights if ever submitted.

Two Concepts of Religious Freedom in the European Court of Human Rights

BHUTA, Nehal
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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This paper considers the way in which recent historical work on the history of freedom of religion and freedom of conscience opens up a new interpretation of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights in the headscarf cases. These decisions have been widely criticized as adopting a militantly secularist approach to the presence of Islamic religious symbols in the public sphere, an approach that seems inconsistent or even overtly discriminatory in light of the court’s recent decision in Lautsi that the compulsory display of crucifixes in the classroom did not breach Italy’s convention obligations. I argue that the headscarf cases turn less on the balance between state neutrality and religious belief, than on an understanding of certain religious symbols as a threat to public order and as harbingers of sectarian strife which undermine democracy.

The European Convention on Human Rights and the economic crisis : the issue of poverty

TULKENS, Françoise
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
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The European Convention on Human Rights is more than ever our common heritage (patrimoine commun) and we share in this respect a common responsibility at national and international level, between judges and scholars. That is why I really appreciate this kind of meeting since it gives us an opportunity to discuss the rights and freedoms enshrined in the Convention as they are interpreted by the European Court of Human Rights in the context of our contemporary society. That’s really the intelligence of the Convention: through the Court’s interpretation, the rights written in 1950 can have a meaning today in 2013. As legal theorists have observed, the law must be stable yet it cannot stand still. Adaptation and modification have been constant features of the Convention since 1950 and continue to be so today. In this lecture, I will examine the contribution of the European Court of Human Rights to the fight against poverty and social exclusion. I argue in favour of a reading of the European Convention on Human Rights that is aligned with the necessities of the times. In the face of the global financial and economic crisis that developed since 2008, this does not mean sacrificing human rights in the name of austerity and macro-economic discipline; it means improving the protection of the most vulnerable and marginalized segments of the population...

Human rights and the rule of law

CORSTENS, Geert
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Outros Formato: application/pdf; digital
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This paper examines the role of the Courts in ensuring that human rights that exist on paper are ‘practical and effective’ in application. The author conducts this examination by considering the important role of the rule of law in the application of human rights. The author argues that the written law, which enshrines human rights, only becomes legally enforceable if there exists a functioning and proper government structure. That structure includes an independent and impartial judiciary which is capable of ensuring proper implementation of the rule of law. In a democracy governed by the rule of law, the government is also bound by the law and that law contains safeguards protecting everyone’s individual freedoms. The author sets out five developments which explain the great increase in the importance of fundamental rights in recent years - proliferation, horizontal effect, internationalisation and a broadening of perspective. The final part of the paper takes two topics which emanate from consideration of the first of these five developments, proliferation. The first topic is the scope for a national approach versus European uniformity and the second is the difference between destructive and constructive criticism of the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights. This paper concludes by again underlining the important role of the rule of law in ensuring government accountability and the implementation of human rights and argues that because of the acceptance by national Courts of the aforementioned developments...

Defensa preventiva de la democracia: la posición del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos; Preventive defense of the democracy: the position of the European Court of Human Rights

Solar Cayón, José Ignacio
Fonte: Universidad Autónoma de Bogotá Publicador: Universidad Autónoma de Bogotá
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; publishedVersion
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RESUMEN. Las libertades de expresión y de asociación son esenciales para garantizar la apertura del sistema democrático, pero también pueden ser utilizadas para minar sus fundamentos. Por esta razón, el Consejo de Europa decidió establecer un sistema capaz de defenderse frente a posibles amenazas antidemocráticas. Y este espíritu quedó reflejado en el Convenio Europeo de Derechos Humanos. El Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos, a la hora de evaluar si un determinado programa político puede tomar parte en el proceso democrático, ha establecido una doble exigencia: que los medios utilizados sean pacíficos y que el proyecto político propugnado sea democrático. Por tanto, puede excluirse legítimamente la defensa democrática de un proyecto antidemocrático. En virtud de ello, el Tribunal ha formulado en Refah Partisi v. Turkey una doctrina de la defensa preventiva de la democracia que suscita complejas y delicadas cuestiones.; ABSTRACT. Freedom of expression and association are essentials to guarantee the opening of the democratic system, but they can also be exercised to undermine its foundations. For this reason, the Council of Europe was determined to establish a system capable of defending itself from the antidemocratic threats. And this spirit is reflected in the European Convention on Human Rights. The European Court of Human Rights...

La jurisprudencia del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos sobre la libertad religiosa: un análisis jurídico-político; European Court of Human Rights case-law on religious freedom: a legal and political analysis

Arlettaz, Fernando
Fonte: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Instituto de Derechos Humanos Bartolomé de las Casas; Dykinson Publicador: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Instituto de Derechos Humanos Bartolomé de las Casas; Dykinson
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Publicado em /06/2012 SPA
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Este artículo analiza los rasgos generales de la jurisprudencia del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos en relación con el artículo 9 del Convenio Europeo de Derechos Humanos, sobre la libertad religiosa, agrupándolos en tres niveles. En primer lugar, el Tribunal entiende la libertad religiosa en el sentido clásico liberal, como un derecho individual que garantiza una protección frente a la coacción del Estado o de otros individuos. Por otra parte, el concepto de igualdad asociado a la libertad religiosa es asumido en su sentido formal, es decir, sin incluir prestaciones positivas o de derechos especiales para los grupos religiosos en situación de desventaja. Finalmente, la jurisprudencia europea deja a los Estados un margen de apreciación bastante amplio al momento de establecer restricciones al derecho en cuestión.; This article analyzes the general characteristics of the European Human Rights Court case-law about religious freedom (article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights). First, according to the Court, religious freedom is, in a liberal classical sense, an individual right which guarantees protection against coercion from the State or from other individuals. Second, the idea of equality associated to religious freedom is considered in a formal way...

National Security – a Trump Card? The European Court of Human Rights decisions in Herri Batasuna and Batasuna v. Spain, Etxeberria and Others v. Spain and Herritarren Zerrenda v. Spain

LETNAR CERNIC, Jernej
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf
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On 30 June 2009, the European Court of Human Rights delivered three decisions deriving from the situation in the Basque country, Herri Batasuna and Batasuna v. Spain, Etxeberría and Others v. Spain and Herritarren Zerrenda v. Spain. In Herri Batasuna and Batasuna v. Spain, the European Court of Human Rights upheld the dissolution of the political parties Herri Batasuna and Batasuna, whereas it held in Etxeberría and Others v. Spain and Herritarren Zerrenda v. Spain that the political groups, which wished to continue the activities of the illegal political parties, are also prohibited from presenting candidates in municipal, regional and autonomous community elections. This article will briefly explore some of the basic legal questions arising from the above decisions. It attempts to demonstrate that the Court's analysis is entirely at odds with the functioning of democratic society, and it argues that the extreme measure of dissolution of Herri Batasuna and Batasuna, Etxeberría and Herritarren Zerrenda may have been avoided by employing less drastic and individualized measures. Despite the Court holding that the dissolution of the political parties and groups was necessary and proportionate, it may have failed to establish the factual basis and therefore also its conclusions are subjected to criticism.

The privatization of European Human Rights : a case-law analisys of the application of the European Convention on Human Rights in the sphere of relations between non-state-actors with special reference to the United Kingdom's legal order

CLAPHAM, Andrew
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: Paper
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Defence date: 21 June 1991; Examining board: Prof. Juan Antonio Carrillo Salçedo (University of Seville) ; Prof. Antonio Cassese (European University Institute) ; Prof. Luis María Díez-Picazo Ginénez (European University Institute) ; Dr. Andrew Drzemczewski (Directorate of Human Rights, Council of Europe) ; Sir Vincent Evans (Judge, European Court of Human Rights)

Le processus d'adhésion à l'Union Européenne est-il en mesure de contribuer davantage que la Convention européenne à la protection des droits de l'homme en Turquie?

Arabaghian, Anouche
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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La Turquie va-t-elle adhérer à l'Union européenne? Sa candidature a toujours été sujette à critiques: droits de l'homme non respectés, restrictions des droits et libertés, notamment de la liberté d'expression, de religion et des droits politiques. Les dossiers sensibles comme le problème kurde et la question chypriote sont à l'origine des multiples plaintes contre l'État turc devant la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme. Dotée des caractéristiques essentielles d'un État moderne et laïque, le pays dispose de structures formellement démocratiques, mais sa démocratie se révèle fragile: ses politiques tant internes qu'externes sont décidées par un Conseil national de sécurité composé pour l'essentiel de militaires. En outre, l'armée qui a pris le pouvoir à maintes reprises a donné au régime une dimension autoritaire. Cela non seulement en vertu des principes fondateurs de la République (tradition centralisatrice de l'État turc), mais aussi de la priorité que l'institution militaire accorde à la sécurité, à l'unité et à l'identité nationales. En effet, les mesures d'exception (état d'urgence, cours de sûreté de l'État, loi anti-terroriste) ont contribué aux violations des droits de l'homme...

The right to respect for (private and) family life in the case-law of the European Court of Human rights: the protection of new forms of family

Almeida, Susana
Fonte: Instituto Politécnico de Leiria Publicador: Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 26/08/2009 ENG
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Comunicação apresentada no 5th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Halifax, Canada, 23th-26th August 2009.; This paper examines the scope of protection granted to new forms of family by Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights, which guarantees the right to respect for family life. In particular, the paper intends to analyze the complex and evolving interpretive task of the European Court of Human Rights in regard to the definition of the term “family life” under Article 8. Consequently, this paper assesses Strasbourg’s case-law concerning new forms of family, such as de facto, mono-parental, recomposed, transgender and homosexual families. The case-law analysis carried out in this paper allows us to conclude that the main lines of the Strasbourg Court’s decisions in this field are nothing more than a reflection of the coordinates of the existing Family Law in Europe: equality and pedo-centrism. The principles drawn out by the Court match with an equalitarian and non- discriminatory vision of the law, focused entirely on the child's best interests. In some areas, however, the commitment to the principle of equality is suspended by the European Court of Human Rights on the grounds of protection of marriage and the traditional family.

Fundamento de las críticas al Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos en el asunto Del Río Prada c. España; Basis for the criticism to the European Court of Human Rights in the case Del Rio Prada v. Spain

Cacho Sánchez, Yaelle
Fonte: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales Publicador: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; publishedVersion
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RESUMEN: Las afirmaciones y críticas vertidas en torno a la sentencia del TEDH de 21 de octubre de 2013 en el asunto Del Río Prada c. España a través de los medios de comunicación trascendieron los argumentos de la Gran Sala, para plantear cuestiones como el papel desempeñado por el juez español, o la desobediencia a Estrasburgo. Todas estas críticas se traducen en importantes cuestiones jurídicas de fondo relativas al TEDH como mecanismo de garantía de los derechos humanos, a las condiciones de ejercicio de sus funciones por los jueces, o a la naturaleza y ejecución de las sentencias. Más allá del propio fallo del Tribunal y de los hechos y argumentos en los que se apoya, el presente trabajo se centra en el análisis de todas estas cuestiones en la búsqueda de los fundamentos jurídicos que sustentan las críticas contra la condena de España en el asunto Del Río Prada.; ABSTRACT: The statements and criticisms regarding the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights on October 21 2013 in Del Rio Prada v. Spain through the media went beyond the arguments of Grand Chamber, to raise issues such as the role played by the Spanish judge or even the disobedience to Strasbourg. All these reviews result in significant legal questions regarding the role of the European Court of Human Rights as an international mechanism for the protection of human rights...

O direito social à saúde:- análise de decisão da Corte Européia dos Direitos do Homem; Social right health – considerations on a judgement of the human rights

Zhouri, Fernanda Pereira
Fonte: Núcleo de Pesquisa em Direito Sanitário da Universidade de São Paulo Publicador: Núcleo de Pesquisa em Direito Sanitário da Universidade de São Paulo
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 06/03/2013 POR
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O presente estudo tem por base a análise de um acórdão do Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos do Homem. O caso em questão refere-se a uma cidadã de Uganda que, estando ilegal no Reino Unido, pretende continuar residindo em Londres para tratamento de AIDS. Trata-se do caso N. v. United Kingdom , o qual foi julgado em 2008; pronunciou-se pela não violação do Art. 3º da Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem (CEDH), com base no entendimento de que no presente caso não há risco de exposição da requerente a um tratamento desumano ou degradante.; The present study is based on the analysis of a judgment of the European Court of Human Rights. The case refers to a citizen of Uganda who, being illegal in the UK, plans to continue living in London for treatment of AIDS. This is the case N. v. United Kingdom, which was tried in 2008, ruled by non-violation of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), based on the understanding that in this case there is no risk of exposure of the applicant to inhuman treatment or degrading treatment