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Supervising the execution of judgments delivered by the European Court of Human Rights: the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers

Supervising the execution of judgments delivered by the European Court of Human Rights: the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers
Supervising the execution of judgments delivered by the European Court of Human Rights: the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers
This publication combines several papers resulting from a conference held at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in 2003.
Tom Barkhuysen and Michel van Emmerik provide a comparative view on the implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) within the national legal orders of various Member States and assess what improvements are required. Murray Hunt outlines the State’s obligations flowing from a judgment of the ECtHR within the context of the wider international law framework governing the legal consequences of internationally wrongful acts. Ed Bates charts the supervision of the execution of judgments delivered by the ECtHR and the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers. Piet Hiem van Kempen discusses a framework for a national post-trial procedure for redressing violations of the ECtHR in criminal cases.
0903067544
49-106
British Institute of International and Comparative Law
Bates, E.
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Christou, Theodora
Raymond, Juan-Pablo
Bates, E.
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Christou, Theodora
Raymond, Juan-Pablo

Bates, E. (2005) Supervising the execution of judgments delivered by the European Court of Human Rights: the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers. In, Christou, Theodora and Raymond, Juan-Pablo (eds.) European Court of Human Rights: Remedies and Execution of Judgments. London. British Institute of International and Comparative Law, pp. 49-106.

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This publication combines several papers resulting from a conference held at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in 2003.
Tom Barkhuysen and Michel van Emmerik provide a comparative view on the implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) within the national legal orders of various Member States and assess what improvements are required. Murray Hunt outlines the State’s obligations flowing from a judgment of the ECtHR within the context of the wider international law framework governing the legal consequences of internationally wrongful acts. Ed Bates charts the supervision of the execution of judgments delivered by the ECtHR and the challenges facing the Committee of Ministers. Piet Hiem van Kempen discusses a framework for a national post-trial procedure for redressing violations of the ECtHR in criminal cases.

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Published date: April 2005

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Local EPrints ID: 27936
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/27936
ISBN: 0903067544
PURE UUID: d7a03558-9549-492d-b06e-3b7f10c14243

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Date deposited: 19 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:03

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