9780199207992 cloth alkaline paper 0199207992 cloth alkaline paper
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -562) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. The evolution of the European Convention on Human Rights and fundamental freedoms. I. The convention's Birth 2. The beginning of modern international Human Rights law (background to the birth fo the European Convention) 3. Proposals for a convention to safeguard Europe from tryanny and opposition? 4. The drafting of the convention by the governments of the council of Europe (February-November 1950) 5. The convention of 1950 and key features of its subsequent evolution II. From a safeguard against totalitarianism to fledgling European Bills of Rights 6. An overciew of the convention's evolution from the 1950s to the early 1970s 7. The convention's evolution 1973-1976: The awakening of the 'Sleeping Beauty" 8. The Strasbourg Court "comes of age" (the judgements of the late 1970s) 9. Reflection on the Convention's evolution (From a safeguard against totalitarianism to Europe's Bill of Rights) III. Completing the European Bill of Rights 10. The Evolution of the Convention System through to 1990 11. the convention's "Coming of Age" (1990s and Protocol 11) IV. 'After 1998' 12. After 1998: The challenges facing the 'new European court of Human Rights.
KJC5138 .B38 2010
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.