Titolo: European Human Rights Law: The Work of the ...
Casa editrice: Anchor Academic Publishing
Data di pubblicazione: 2014
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: Used
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Riassunto: In Section One of the work a brief introduction to the topic illustrates the main purpose of the disquisition and exemplifies the fundamental questions. The author emphasizes on the illustration of the International perspective of Fundamental Rights within Section Two, which is followed by an explication of the divergent legal sources and impacts of Human Rights Law; e.g.: the Charter of the United Nations, the European Bill of Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights. The next part exemplifies the ECtHR`s case-law in respect of the most significant principles and methods of interpretation by offering well discussed and analyzed case studies. The case analyzes provide the important facts, the argumentation and the conclusion of the Court, furthermore, the author allocates the dissenting opinions, critical remarks and further correlations. Within Section Four, the legal machinery and controlling mechanisms are discussed shortly. The International abandonment of violence against women is considered in Section Five, which elucidates the categories, facts and presence of physical and psychological violence against women and children, as well as the judicial approach to the given circumstances in the light of the ECHR. The last section summarizes the results and closes with an illustration of possible future developments and perspectives of European Human Rights Law.
L'autore: Sarah Maringele was born in Feldkirch (Vorarlberg/Austria) in 1986. As a student of the law department at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria) she focused on Human Rights Law as well as Legal gender studies and diversity. During her time at the JKU, she completed an exchange program at the National Taiwan University and the Chinese Language Division Centre (Taipei). Several internships offered the possibility to optimize her experiences and qualifications in the field of International Law, specifically in the sector of Human Rights Law; e.g.: Internship at the solicitor´s office Schwarzinger&partners (Wels), the Austrian Institute for Human Rights (Österreichisches Institut für Menschenrechte, Salzburg), the Austrian League for Human Rights (österreichische LIGA, Vienna).
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