Building Consensus on European Consensus

Building Consensus on European Consensus

Judicial Interpretation of Human Rights in Europe and Beyond

Kapotas, Panos; Tzevelekos, Vassilis P.

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias


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Preface Christos L. Rozakis; Introduction; 1. How (difficult is it) to build consensus on (European) consensus? Panos Kapotas and Vassilis P. Tzevelekos; Part I. Understanding European Consensus: Meaning, Function, Mechanics, History: 2. European consensus: new horizons Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou; 3. Consensus in the legitimacy-building era of the European Court of Human Rights Ed Bates; 4. Consensus, stasis, evolution: reconstructing argumentative patterns in evolutive ECHR jurisprudence Christian Djeffal; 5. The consensus argument in NGOs' Amicus Curiae Briefs: defending minorities through a creatively used majoritarian argument Laura Van den Eynde; 6. Determining the content of the European consensus concept: the hidden role of language Jaroslav Vetrovsky; 7. How the ECtHR's use of European consensus considerations allows legitimacy concerns to delimit its mandate Kristin Henrard; 8. Borges' Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote and the idea of a European consensus Sionaidh Douglas-Scott; Part II. Appraising European Consensus: Legitimacy and National Divergence: 9. A better signpost, not a better walking stick: how to evaluate the European consensus doctrine Andreas Follesdal; 10. Constructive consensus and domestic democracy Thomas Kleinlein; 11. The European consensus doctrine and the ECtHR quest for public confidence Or Bassok; 12. Can European consensus encourage acceptance of the European convention on human rights in the United Kingdom? Merris Amos; 13. When to use European consensus: assessing the differential treatment of minority groups by the European Court of Human Rights Dimitrios Kagiaros; 14. When the European Court of Human Rights decides not to decide: the cautionary tale of A, B and C v. Ireland and referendum-emergent constitutional provisions Fiona de Londras; Part III. Consensus Analysis Outside the ECHR System: 15. The Inter-American Court of Human Rights' tentative search for Latin American consensus Lucas Lixinski; 16. National consensus and the eighth amendment: is there something to be learned from the United States Supreme Court Jaka Kukavica; 17. Levels of generality in the comparative reasoning of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice: towards judicial reflective equilibrium Jens T. Theilen; 18. Consensus as challenge and retraction of rights: can lessons be drawn from - and for - EU citizenship law? Niamh Nic Shuibhne; Conclusion; 19. Building consensus on European consensus Conor Gearty.
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