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Author Glas, Lize R.,
Title The theory, potential and practice of procedural dialogue in the European Convention on Human Rights system / Lize R. Glas.
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom : Intersentia, [2016]
2016.

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Author Glas, Lize R.,
Series School of Human Rights Research series ; volume 77.
School of Human Rights Research series ; v. 77.
Subject European Court of Human Rights.
Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (1950 November 5)
Human rights -- Europe.
Description 1 online resource (xix, 639 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 605-624) and index.
Contents Introduction -- A characterisation of the Convention system -- A characterisation of dialogue -- The Convention system and dialogue -- The dialogic potential of procedures in the (pre- )merits phase -- The dialogic potential of procedures in the execution phase -- The dialogic potential of the pilot-judgment procedure -- Conclusions: The dialogic potential of convention-related procedures -- The dialogicness of procedures in the (pre- )merits phase -- The dialogicness of procedures in the execution phase -- The dialogicness of the pilot-judgment procedure -- Conclusions: The dialogicness of convention-related procedures -- Conclusions and recommendations.
Summary "This volume dissects the common-sense realisation that dialogue adds value to the Convention system, within which the State Parties, the Court, the Committee of Ministers (Committee), the Parliamentary Assembly (Assembly), and the Commissioner for Human Rights (Commissioner) interact. The question of why dialogue should occur is answered through an account of the way the system is established and how it functions, and of the developments and reform it has experienced. The second aim of the volume is to establish whether Convention dialogue does indeed live up to its potential added value. For this purpose, 26 procedures and 'procedural steps' are investigated in the light of 'indicators of dialogue.' The procedures include third-party interventions, the pilot-judgment procedure, and the Committee's Human Rights meetings. Both the procedures' dialogic potential on paper and their 'dialogicness' in practice are assessed, based in part on interviews with inter alia the Court's judges, agents representing the states before the Court, and persons monitoring the execution of the Court's judgments"--Back cover.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781780683751 (paperback)
1780683758 (paperback)
9781780687391
1780687397
OCLC # 1056703632
Additional Format Print version: Glas, Lize R. The theory, potential and practice of procedural dialogue in the European Convention on Human Rights system. Cambridge, United Kingdom : Intersentia, [2016] 1780683758 9781780683751 (DLC) 2016295535 (OCoLC)933718962.



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