European Yearbook on Human Rights 2017

Kolejny, dziewiąty tom rocznika European Yearbook on Human Rights (2017) pojawił się na rynku wydawniczym w lipcu, do naszego zbioru włączamy go dzisiaj: European Yearbook on Human Rights 2017 / edited by Wolfgang Benedek, Matthias C. Kettemann, Reinhard Klaushofer Karin Lukas and Manfred Nowak. 2017, Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 512 s., ISBN 9783708311661 (do katalogu tędy). Informacje z okładki: "With growing populism and further backlash against human rights defenders, 2016 saw a year of growing human rights challenges. Across 33 contributions in five sections, the European Yearbook on Human Rights 2017 explains and contextualizes key developments in human rights in the past year. With special sections dedicated to each of the three main organizations charged with securing human rights in Europe (EU, Council of Europe and OSCE), as well as a section on cross-cutting issues, the Yearbook provides much-needed analysis and insightful commentary. Edited jointly by representatives of four major European human rights research, teaching and training institutions, the Yearbook 2017 remains, in its 9th edition, essential reading for anyone interested in human rights in Europe and the world." Więcej informacji na stronie wydawnictwa, szczegółowy spis treści poniżej.

European Yearbook on Human Rights 2017, Table of Contents:

I. Topic of the Year -- The Rise of Populism and the Threat to Human Rights / Jan Werner Muller -- From a Pariah to a Model? Hungary's Rise as an Illiberal Member State of the EU / Gabor Halmai

II. European Union -- The EU in the Human Rights Council: A Driving Force? A New Dynamic is Necessary / Theodor Rathgeber -- The Court of Justice of the European Union and Human Rights in 2015-2016 / Hans-Peter Folz -- The EU Special Envoy for the Promotion of Freedom of Religion or Belief Outside the EU: Mandate, Mission, Perspective / Sophia Kuby -- Recent Developments on the Death Penalty in Japan: Public Opinion and the Lay Judge System / Paul Bacon, Michael Reiterer and Dimitri Vanoverbeke -- Acceptance of Human Rights Conventions in Europe – Who’s the Quickest? / Jonas Grimheden and David Reichel -- Not Safe Yet: Still No EU Obligations to Protect LGBT Asylum Seekers in Reception Centres / Eva Declerck -- Environmentally Displaced People and the Challenge of Human Rights Protection: Understanding the Role of the European Union / Anna Della Lucia -- European Endowment for Democracy: Supporting Democracy in Times of  Crisis / Jerzy Pomianowski -- The EU, a Normative Power in Action in Azerbaijan? An Assessment of the EU Democracy Promotion Programmes from the Local Civil Society's Perspective / Elise Guillot -- Tackling the Flaws of the European Parliament for a More Representative Union / Elena Schiatti

FRAME section -- FRAME Final Conclusions and Recommendations: Towards an 'EU and Human Rights 2.0'? / Nicolas Hachez and Jan Wouters -- Coherence Versus Coherence: Normative Versus Structural and Interest-Based Coherence / Graham Finlay and Lisa Ginsborg -- 'Un-Chartered' Territory and Formal Links in EU Law: The Sudden Discovery of the Limits of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights through Humanitarian Visa / Michal Ovadek -- National Human Rights Institutions and Their Monitoring Function / Monika Mayrhofer -- The EU's Changing Conditionality on Anti-Discrimination in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Beata Huszka -- Mission Impossible? The Protection of Human Rights in EU CSDP Operations: An Assessment of Coherence and Efficiency / Carmen Marquez Carrasco, Rocío Alamillos Sanchez, Laura García Martín and Laura Inigo Álvarez -- Binding Principles and Contested Concepts: The Principles of Equality, Indivisibility and Universality before the Human Rights Council / Zsolt Kortvelyesi, Balazs Majtenyi and Peter Kallai

III. Council of Europe -- Implementation of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights: The Interaction Between the Court, the Committee of Ministers and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe / Agnieszka Szklanna -- ECtHR Grand Chamber Judgment in Al-Dulimi or the Art of Harmonizing Obligations which Cannot be Harmonized / Stefan Kieber -- The Council of Europe and the Democratisation of Azerbaijan: On the 'Transition Paradigm' and its Faith in the Ballot Box / Pablo Fernandez Jimenez -- Social Rights Jurisprudence – Recent Cases Under the European Social Charter of the Council of Europe / Karin Lukas

IV. OSCE -- ODIHR's Work on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders in the OSCE Region / Jean P. Froehly and Leif Knittel -- The Gender Perspective of Public Integrity in the OSCE Human Dimension Framework / Lana Ackar, Peter Mossop and Kateryna Ryabiko -- UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and the OSCE: Opportunities and Challenges / Ewa Sapiezynska -- Effective Assembly Policing: The Role of Communication in the Human Rights Based Facilitation of Peaceful Protests / Anita Danka and Gary White -- Codes of Conduct for National Parliaments and their Role in Promoting Integrity: An Assessment / Jacopo Leone -- OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation in 2016: Suffrage Rights in Law and Practice / Alexei Gromov, Svetlana Chetaikina and Vasil Vashchanka

V. Cross-cutting Issues -- Behind the Transatlantic Façade – Judicial Enforcement of Privacy when Countering Terrorism / Lien Wyckmans -- Genuine Conflicts of Fundamental Rights: Deconstructing the Perceived Conflict Between Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion / Stefan Aelbrecht --  “As Long as We Are Visible”: Refugees, Rights and Political Community / Jana Loew -- Between Universalist Rhetoric and Exclusive Practice: Barriers to the Effective Enjoyment of the Right to Health for Irregular Migrants in Two European Countries / Anja Riecken

VI. Book Reviews

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