European Yearbook on Human Rights 2015

Na fali wpisów dotyczących roczników: kolejny tom European Yearbook on Human Rights (EYHR), wspólnej inicjatywy oficyn NWV (Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, Wien / Graz) i Intersentia (Mortsel / Antwerp) za rok 2015 jest już w naszej kolekcji. Informacja od wydawcy: "2014 was a year of transition and controversy in Europe: a new Parliament and new Commission were constituted and Opinion 2/13 of the Court of Justice of the European Union on the EU's accession to the European Convention on Human Rights raised serious questions about the coherence and future character of the human rights protection regimes in Europe. Across 38 contributions by 61 authors in five sections, the European Yearbook on Human Rights 2015 explains and contextualizes key developments in human rights and provides much needed analysis. Edited jointly by representatives of four major European human rights research, teaching and training institutions, the Yearbook 2015 covers political and legal developments in the field of the three main organizations charged with securing human rights in Europe: EU, Council of Europe and OSCE, accompanied by a chapter on cross-cutting topics. Now in its seventh edition, the Yearbook remains essential reading for anyone interested in human rights in Europe and the world."


European Yearbook on Human Rights 2015 / edited by Wolfgang Benedek, Florence Benoît-Rohmer, Matthias C. Kettemann, Benjamin Kneihs and Manfred Nowak. 2015, Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag : Intersentia, 582 s., ISBN 9783708310404, do wydawnictwa tedy. Wcześniejsze wpisy dotyczące tego rocznika są tutaj. Szczegółowy spis treści poniżej, zapraszam do lektury:

European Yearbook on Human Rights 2015, spis treści:

I. Topics of the Year -- The Reasonableness of Jealousy: Opinion 2/13 and EU Accession to the ECHR / Paul Gragl -- The Long Way to Strasbourg – The Impact of the CJEU's Opinion on the EU’s Accession to the ECHR / Elisabeth Steiner and Ioana Ratescu -- Opinion 2/13: Multiple Obstacles to the Accession of the EU to the ECHR / Maria Berger und Clara Rauchegger.

II. European Union -- EU Human and Fundamental Rights Action in 2014 / Wolfgang Benedek -- The Court of Justice of the European Union and Human Rights in 2013-2014 / Hans-Peter Folz -- Human Rights à la Carte: The EU at the UN Human Rights Council in 2014 / Theodor Rathgeber -- Assessment of the Implementation of the EU Human Rights Strategy and Action Plan as Regard Business and Human Rights / Gosia Pearson -- The Potential Role of the Horizontal Social Clause (Article 9 TFEU) on Social Rights Protection / Valentina Cagnin -- The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Social Charter – an Alliance for Social Rights? / Karin Lukas -- The Influence of Economic Crisis on Fundamental Rights in the European Union: A Step Forward or Step Backwards? / Ewelina Tylec -- Torture Prevention in the EU – Many Actors, Few Outcomes? / Moritz Birk and Gerrit Zach -- European Union's Attitude Towards Reproductive Rights: Clear Policy or Double Standards Approach / Grazia Redolfi -- The Body as an Instrument of Border Control: Remarks on Age Assessment for Unaccompanied Migrant Children / Denise Venturi -- EU Sanctions Policy: A New Human Rights Tool? The Case of Belarus / Rocío Alamillos Sánchez -- Introducing FRAME: A Large-Scale Research Project on the European Union and Human Rights / Nicolas Hachez and Jan Wouters -- Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law in EU External Action: Conceptualization and Practice / Katharina Häusler and Alexandra Timmer -- The Nation's Will as Trump in the Hungarian Fundamental Law / Balázs Majtényi -- EU Member States Under the Universal Periodic Review of the Human Rights Council: Achievements and Challenges / Felipe Gómez Isa and María Nagore Casas -- The European Union and Brazil in the Quest for the Global Promotion of Human Rights: Prospects for a Strategic Partnership / Carolina Pavese, Jan Wouters and Katrien Meuwissen -- Lisbonising Back and Forth? Strategic Planning and Fundamental Rights in the AFSJ / Viljam Engström and Mikaela Heikkilä -- Measuring Human Rights in EU Practice: Realities and Requirements / Veronika Apostolovski, Isabella Meier, Markus Möstl, Klaus Starl and Maddalena Vivona.

III. Council of Europe -- The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in 2014: A Year of Consolidation / Brigitte Ohms, Dominik Haider, Elisabeth Handl-Petz, Martina Lais and Sebastian Scholz -- Recent Developments in Whistleblower Protection in Europe / Amalie Bang -- Fundamental Rights in EU Criminal Justice Instruments: How to Best Make the Glass Slipper Fit? / Jonas Grimheden and Gabriel N. Toggenburg -- The "Rights and Freedoms of Others" vs. Religious Manifestations: Who Wins at the ECtHR? / Adina Portaru -- The Limits of the Strasbourg Court's Two-Level Harmonization Approach vis-à-vis SC Resolutions in Al-Dulimi / Zane Ratniece and Kushtrim Istrefi -- European Human Rights in International Military Operations / Philip Czech -- The Brexit Scenario: Potential Consequences of a Withdrawal of the UK from the European Convention on Human Rights / Sarah Lambrecht.

IV. OSCE -- Torture, Enforced Disappearances and Extrajudicial Killings in the OSCE Region / Manfred Nowak -- Judicial Performance Evaluation and Judicial Independence: International Standards for an Appropriate Balance / Eva Katinka Schmidt and Vasily Vashchanka -- The Role of Social Inclusion in Preventing Victimization: What We Know and What We Don't Know / Irina Urumova -- Foreign Terrorist Fighters: A Human Rights Perspective / Lucile Sengler -- Wartime Sexual Violence: The Route to Accountability Between International Justice and Political Commitments / Martina Orlandi -- A Right to Political Participation Beyond Elections / Kateryna Ryabiko and Marcin Walecki -- The Relationship between Freedom of Expression and the Ban on Propaganda for War / Andrei Richter.

V. Cross-Cutting Issues -- Human Rights Education for the Judiciary: An Assessment of a Decade of Training Experience / Klaus Starl, Veronika Apostolovski and Ingrid Nicoletti -- An Economy to Feed (on) Human Beings? Human Rights and the Responsibility to Counteract / Tessa Schrempf -- Prisoners: Disenfranchised with Dignity? Searching the Legal and the Theoretical to Find the Cure for Europe's Ailing Right to Vote / Patrick Harris.


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