Regional Human Rights

International and Regional Human Rights: Friends or Foe?
 
 
Nomos (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 27. Juli 2021
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  • 203 Seiten
 
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978-3-7489-1025-1 (ISBN)
 
Regionale Menschenrechtsmechanismen decken mittlerweile - mit der bemerkenswerten Ausnahme Australiens - fast alle fünf Kontinente ab.
In diesem Band stellen fünf ExpertInnen aus verschiedenen Kontinenten regionale Menschenrechtsschutzsysteme in Europa, Afrika, Asien, Lateinamerika und Australien vor, wobei sie einen Überblick über die regionalen Schutzsysteme im Vergleich zu den internationalen geben und diese in einen länderspezifischen Kontext stellen. Eine wichtige Rolle spielen hierbei zusätzliche Schutzmechanismen wie Kommissionen und Gerichten, die regionale Menschenrechtsdokumente durchsetzen.
weitere Ausgaben werden ermittelt
  • Cover
  • The African Human Rights System: The challenge of Statehood and Human Rights
  • Introduction
  • The historical context
  • Establishment of the Organisation of African Unity
  • Emergence of an African Human Rights Framework: Progress and Contradictions
  • Refugees Rights in Africa: The 1969 Refugees Convention, the first instrument for Human Rights Protection in Africa
  • The birth of the African Human Rights System
  • African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights
  • The Promotion Mandate of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights
  • Special Procedures
  • State Reporting
  • Civil Society
  • Protection Mandate of the African Commission
  • Communications Procedure
  • Communications from States
  • Investigation and Fact-Finding Missions
  • The Fate of Decisions of the African Human Rights Mechanisms
  • The Quest for better Protection of Human Rights in Africa: Strengthening or Weakening of the System?
  • The Protocol to the African Charter on the Rights of Women in Africa, 2003
  • African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, 1990
  • The African Committee Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child
  • The African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights
  • The African Court of Justice and Human Rights
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Inter-American protection of economic actors' human rights
  • I. Introduction to the Inter-American human rights system
  • 1. The American Declaration on the Rights and Duties of Man
  • 2. From the Declaration on the Rights and Duties of Man to the American Convention on Human Rights
  • 3. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • 4. Challenges
  • II. Intricacies of the rights of homo economicus within the Inter-American human rights system
  • 1. Restrictive effect due to the priority of installing and strengthening democracy and the State
  • 2. Apparent prioritisation of certain rights
  • 3. Individualised approaches based on the victim's vulnerability
  • III. Substantial conversion of the economic actor's right to property
  • 1. The essence and scope of the individual right to property
  • a. From the social framework to the civil dimension
  • b. Content of the expanding law
  • 2. Limitations on the right to property
  • a. Recent management of the violations of property rights
  • b. Compensations in human rights language
  • IV. Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • The Challenges for Human Rights in Asia: Islam and the Patchwork System for Freedom of Religion in Malaysia
  • Introduction
  • Human Rights in Asia: What's in a Region?
  • Subregional Human Rights Agreements in Asia: The Way Forward?
  • International Human Rights and Islam in Malaysia: Lost in Translation?
  • Conclusion: Freedom of Religion - A Patchwork System for Muslims in Malaysia
  • Bibliography
  • The Australian Human Rights Regime
  • Introduction
  • The Role of International Human Rights Mechanisms in Australian Law
  • The Australian Human Rights Regime
  • Constitutional Human Rights Protections:
  • Common Law Protections:
  • Legislative Human Rights Protections:
  • State-based Human Rights Regimes:
  • Case Study: The Human Rights of Indigenous Australians
  • Case Study: The Right to Refuge in Australia
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • European Protection of Human Rights
  • A. Introduction
  • B. European Convention on Human Rights
  • B.I. Introduction
  • B.II. Protected Rights
  • B.II.1. Personal rights and freedoms
  • B.II.1.1. Right to life and prohibition of the death penalty
  • B.II.1.2. Prohibition of torture
  • B.II.1.3. Right to a fair trial
  • B.II.1.4. Prohibition of discrimination
  • B.II.2. Rights of the individual related to his interactions with a collective and with things of the outside world
  • B.II.2.1. Right to respect for private and family life
  • B.II.2.1.1. Personal privacy
  • B.II.2.1.2. Family life
  • B.II.2.2. Right to property
  • B.II.3. Rights of participation to the political society
  • B.II.3.1. Freedom of thought, conscience and religion
  • B.II.3.2. Freedom of expression
  • B.II.4. Economic, social and cultural rights
  • B.II.4.1. Economic and social rights
  • B.II.4.1.1. Right to a private social life
  • B.II.4.1.2. Trade union rights
  • B.II.4.2. Cultural rights
  • B.II.4.2.1. Right to education
  • B.II.4.2.2. Right to cultural identity
  • B.III. The Protection of rights by the European Court of Human Rights
  • B.III.1. Functions
  • B.III.1.1. Litigation proceedings
  • B.III.1.2. Advisory opinions
  • B.III.2. Methods
  • B.III.2.1. Effectiveness of rights
  • B.III.2.2. Proportionality
  • B.III.2.3. National margin of appreciation
  • C. European Union and Human rights
  • C.I. Introduction
  • C. II. Respect of the Union's values by the Member States
  • C.II.1. Accession
  • C.II.2. After accession
  • C.II.2.1. Political control
  • C.II.2.1. The role of the ECJ
  • C.II.2.1.1. Action for infringement
  • C.II.2.1.2. Preliminary ruling procedure
  • C.III. The development of fundamental rights in the EU
  • C.III.1. The role of the ECJ
  • C.III.1. The evolution of the Treaties
  • C.IV. Charter of Fundamentals Rights of the EU
  • C.IV.1. Content
  • C.IV.2. The scope of the Charter
  • C.IV.3. The interpretation of the Charter
  • C.IV.3.4. The combination of the Charter with other human rights instruments
  • C.V. The modalities of jurisdictional control
  • D. Interactions between different levels of human rights protection: case-studies
  • D.I. Introduction
  • D.II. Interactions between the national level and the ECHR
  • D.II.1 Competition among courts
  • D.II.2. Presentation of the issue
  • D.II.3. Coordination of constitutionality review and conventionality review by the French courts
  • D.II.4. The solution of the Constitutional Council
  • D.II.5. Solution of the Court of cassation
  • D.II.6. Conclusions
  • D.III. Interactions between the EU and the ECHR
  • D.III.1. The possibility of divergent interpretations of human rights
  • D.III.2. Presentation of the issue
  • D.III.3. The ECtHR's control of national measures implementing EU law
  • D.III.4. Conclusions
  • D.IV. Interaction between national level and EU
  • D.IV.1. Human rights, National Constitutions and Primacy of EU law
  • D.IV.2. Presentation of the issue
  • D.IV.3. Specific control of the legislative provisions transposing EU directives
  • D.IV.4. Conclusions
  • Bibliography
  • About the authors

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