European Yearbook on Human Rights 2013

European Yearbook on Human Rights (EYHR) to wspólna inicjatywa wydawnicza oficyn NWV (Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, Wien / Graz) i Intersentia (Mortsel / Antwerp), lata 2010-2013 tego rocznika właśnie zasiliły naszą kolekcję. Proszę nie dać się zwieść widocznej na okładce trzynastce: nie jest to bynajmniej numer tomu, a jedynie końcówka roku, w którym ten tom się ukazał. Domyślam się, że nasze zapytanie o dostępność wcześniejszych roczników (vol. 1-9) musiało wywołać salwy śmiechu w wydawnictwie, ale cóż, każdy ma prawo się pomylić ;-) Poza tym nie ma głupich pytań, są tylko głupie odpowiedzi. Poniżej spis treści najnowszego tomu, sporo ciekawych materiałów, warto poświęcić moment lub dwa na lekturę. NUKAT tego tytułu nie wykazuje. 

European Yearbook on Human Rights 2013: Editors' Preface -- Abbreviations -- I. Topics of the Year -- The Imperative of a Political Settlement in Syria: Perspectives of the UN Independent Commission of Inquiry / Karen Abuzayd, Carla Del Ponte, Vitit Muntarbhorn and Paulo Sergio Pinheiro -- The Review of the EU Human Rights Policy: A Commitment to Strengthened EU Action on Human Rights / Engelbert Theuermann -- Sticks and Carrots from Brussels to Pristina: An Inside Perspective on the Difficult but Rewarding Project of Kosovo's EU Rapprochement / Ulrike Lunacek -- II. European Union -- EU Action on Human and Fundamental Rights in 2012 / Wolfgang Benedek -- The Court of Justice of the European Union and Human Rights in 2012 / Jeff Kenner -- The Applicability of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights at National Level / Allan Rosas -- The External Promotion of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the EU: Some Lessons for the Future / Christian Behrmann and Davide Zaru -- The EU Special Representative for Human Rights: Manager or Mastermind? / Peter Valant -- The EU at the UN Human Rights Council in 2012: Out of Touch with Human Rights Dynamics / Theodor Rathgeber -- Freedom of Religion in the European Union / José Luis Bazan -- The EU's Involvement in the Democratization Process in Egypt and in Libya Before and During the Arab Spring / Aikaterini-Kaousar Ampou-Salim -- Towards a More Effective Promotion of Human Rights and Democracy in Central Asia: the Need for a Paradigm Change in EU Policy / Sarah Derdelinckx -- Ending the Detention of Irregular Migrants Prior to Removal in the EU's Mediterranean Member States: A Proposal to Reform the Return Directive with a View to Alternatives to Detention / Silvia Gomez Moradillo -- The Case for a Solidarity- and Human Rights-Based Revision of the Dublin System / Marnix De Witte -- EU Trade Policy and Labour Standards: The Case of the Free Trade Agreement with Colombia and Peru / Paolo Pagotto -- III. Council of Europe -- The Human Rights Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in 2012 / Brigitte Ohms, Tatjana Cardona, Elisabeth Handl-Petz, Leonore Lange -- A propos de Nada contre Suisse: Les résolutions du Conseil de Sécurité devant la Cour européenne des droits de l’Homme / Jean Paul Jacqué -- Why (and How) the Committee of Ministers Needs to Be Reformed in Order to Enhance Implementation of ECtHR Judgments / Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska -- The Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) of the Council of Europe: Aims, Tools and Instruments to Measure and Provide Competence, Independence, Impartiality, Transparency and Efficiency to Judicial Systems / Georg Stawa -- IV. OSCE -- Is There Life after Astana? Recent Developments in the OSCE's "Human  Dimension" in Historical Perspective / Douglas Wake -- ODIHR's Activities Against Discriminatory Practices in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: A Case-Study of Roma Integration / Aleksandar Lazovski and Aleksandar Dimishkovski -- ODIHR's Human Rights Monitoring: Observing Public Events and Supporting Freedom of Peaceful Assembly / Snježana Bokulić and Omer Fisher -- V. Cross-cutting Issues -- The European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation in Venice / Manfred Nowak -- What Education for a Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in the EU? The Relevance of Human Rights Education / Antonio Papisca -- The Human Rights Concept of the Russian Orthodox Church and its Patriarch Kirill I: A Critical Appraisal / Lauri Malksoo -- VI. Book Reviews.

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