Studies on International Courts and Tribunals

Studies on International Courts and Tribunals

Kjos, Hege Elizabeth; Muller, Amrei

Cambridge University Press

05/2017

620

Dura

Inglês

9781107173583

15 a 20 dias

A comprehensive analysis of domestic and international courts' judicial dialogue on human rights. The analysis covers Eastern Europe, Latin America, Canada, Nigeria and Malaysia, and also focuses on how the European Court of Human Rights interacts with domestic and international courts, as well as the role of NGOs promoting this dialogue.
1. Introduction. Judicial dialogue and human rights Amrei Muller and Hege Elisabeth Kjos; 2. Judicial dialogue on international human rights law in Poland and Eastern Europe Izabela Skomerska Muchowska; 3. Horizontal judicial dialogue on human rights: the practice of constitutional courts in South America Michael Freitas Mohallem; 4. The Supreme Court of Canada's Transnational Judicial Communication on Human Rights (1982-2014): an empirical assessment Gianluca Gentili and Elaine Mak; 5. Ideological barriers to judicial dialogue: a study of the laws establishing Shari'ah courts in Malaysia and Nigeria Azizat O. Amoloye-Adebayo; 6. Complementary protection and domestic courts: the extent, method, purpose and effects of judicial dialogue Naomi Hart; 7. The construction of same-sex families in Western Europe through legislative and judicial dialogues: the role of national legislatures and supranational courts Daniele Gallo and Matteo M. Winkler; Part I. Reports on Practice: Domestic Judges: 8. Engaging in judicial dialogue: some reflections from the United Kingdom Supreme Court The Right Hon. Lord Carnwath of Notting Hill; 9. Engaging in judicial dialogue: the practice of the German Federal Constitutional Court Andreas Paulus; 10. Judicial dialogue: the experience of Italy Raffaele Sabato; 11. The ECtHR's engagement with German and Russian courts' decisions: encouraging effective cooperation to secure ECHR rights Amrei Muller; 12. Encouraging judicial dialogue: the contribution of human rights NGOs' briefs to the European Court of Human Rights Laura Van Den Eynde; Part II. Reports on Practice: ECtHR Judges: 13. Dialogues between the Strasbourg Court and national courts: a note Luis Lopez Guerra; 14. The ECtHR's use of decisions of domestic courts from states not involved in the case and of other Council of Europe bodies Erik Mose; 15. The ECtHR' use of decisions of international courts and quasi-judicial bodies Angelika Nussberger; 16. From judicial dialogue to cosmopolitan norms: enhancing democracy in globalised states Clara Marsan-Raventos; 17. Dialogue or interaction? A non-cosmopolitan reading of transjudicial communication Luca Pasquet; 18 Conclusion Amrei Muller.
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