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Title: Jurisprudential foundations of human rights adjudication In the European Court of Human Rights judicial creativity, democratic legitimacy and interpretive trends
Authors: Sen, Rohini
Keywords: Human Rights
European Courct of Human Rights
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2013
Citation: Sen, Rohini. (2013). Jurisprudential foundations of human rights adjudication in the European Court of Human Rights judicial creativity, democratic legitimacy and interpretive trends. Journal of International Law, Vol 2. No 3
Abstract: : Adopted in 1950, the European Convention on Human Rights1 predominantly came into existence to unify Europe in the back drop of communism subversion.2 The European Court of Human Rights was set up under the aegis of the convention to protect the Rights enshrined in it and the protocols.3 Since its inception, the Court has served to protect the rights in various capacities, often through surprisingly bold interpretation of the given rights in the convention. This note outlines the various approaches and methods used by the court to arrive at its decisions and critically analyses the implications behind the rationales.
: Adopted in 1950, the European Convention on Human Rights1 predominantly came into existence to unify Europe in the back drop of communism subversion.2 The European Court of Human Rights was set up under the aegis of the convention to protect the Rights enshrined in it and the protocols.3 Since its inception, the Court has served to protect the rights in various capacities, often through surprisingly bold interpretation of the given rights in the convention. This note outlines the various approaches and methods used by the court to arrive at its decisions and critically analyses the implications behind the rationales.
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