Collection of essays examining the fundamental legal and policy issues to which the United Kingdom's relationship with European human rights gives rise. Includes detailed examination of how the UK's relationship has evolved historically, how strains arising from conflicting jurisprudence and competing judicial and political institutions have been managed, what lessons can be learned from the comparative experience of other European states, and the role of the media in shaping the relationship and in developing or undermining a human rights culture. Provided by cataloger, as paraphrased from book jacket reviews.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Part I. Compliance, cooperation or clash? The relationship between the UK and the ECHR/Strasbourg Court Part II. Specific issues of conflict Part III. The interplay of human rights in Europe: ECHR, EU and national human rights Part IV. Perspectives from other jurisdiction: contrasts and comparisons with the UK experience Part V. The role of the media in shaping the relationship Conclusions.
KJC5132 .U52 2015
Oxford, United Kingdom : Hart Publishing, 2015.