Fundamental Rights in Europe: The European Convention on Human Rights and Its Member States, 1950-2000

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Oxford University Press, 2001 - Political Science - 1061 pages
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This book looks at the European Convention on Human Rights and examines its impact on the domestic law of 32 of its member states. The most comprehensive account of this topic, this volume was prepared in association with the Council of Europe directorate of human rights to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Convention in 1950.

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Robert Blackburn is Professor of Constitutional Law in the University of London Jörg Polakiewicz is Deputy Head of the Legal Advice Department and Treaty Office of the Council of Europe

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