EuropeSafeguarding Fundamental Rights

 

Navigating Shifting Tides at the European Court of Human Rights

The ‘Conscience of Europe?’ examines the European Court of Human Rights’ sometimes unpredictable jurisprudence in the increasingly controversial areas of marriage, family, sanctity of human life, and religious freedom.

With a palpable concern for human rights and religious freedom, the contributors provide an objective critique of the Court’s role, while exploring the changes recent years have brought to the complex legal landscape of Europe.

 

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The Author

JUDGE BORREGO BORREGO, Former Judge of the European Court of Human Rights

‘This manual provides useful keys for unlocking the important, but complex, jurisprudence of Europe’s highest human rights court.’

-JUDGE BORREGO BORREGO, Former Judge of the European Court of Human Rights

-JUDGE BORREGO BORREGO, Former Judge of the European Court of Human Rights

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