European Convention on Human Rights

Yordanova and others v Bulgaria: an Illustration of the Absence of Watertight Divisions Between the Social Right to Adequate Housing and the Civil Right to Respect for one’s Home.

Yordanova and others v Bulgaria: an Illustration of the Absence of Watertight Divisions Between the Social Right to Adequate Housing and the Civil Right to Respect for one’s Home.

By Adélaïde Remiche - On 24 April 2012, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) handed down a unanimous ...
A Quick Overview

A Quick Overview

Blog posts have been coming in thick and fast over the last month. To help you get up to speed, the editorial team ...
Eweida and Others v United Kingdom: the Use and Abuse of the Margin of Appreciation

Eweida and Others v United Kingdom: the Use and Abuse of the Margin of Appreciation

Julie Maher’s post on the judgment handed down by the ECtHR in Eweida and Others v United Kingdom outlines the ...
Religious Rights in the Balance: Eweida and Others v UK

Religious Rights in the Balance: Eweida and Others v UK

Yesterday’s decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Eweida and Others v the UK has been described as ...
Eweida, Chaplin, Ladele and McFarlane v the United Kingdom: A Primer

Eweida, Chaplin, Ladele and McFarlane v the United Kingdom: A Primer

On Tuesday 15 January the European Court of Human Rights will give judgement on the applications of four Christian ...
Redfearn v United Kingdom and an Integrated Approach to Labour Rights

Redfearn v United Kingdom and an Integrated Approach to Labour Rights

Following on from Alan Bogg's analysis of Redfearn v United Kingdom, this post by Anjoli Maheswaran Foster focuses ...
Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law- Part 2

Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law- Part 2

In Redfearn v United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) held that the UK was under a positive ...
Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law-Part 1

Redfearn v United Kingdom: Hard Case Makes Good Law-Part 1

On 6 November 2012, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) handed down judgment in Redfearn v United Kingdom. ...
From Slavery to Strasbourg: The ECtHR makes the first Article 4 finding against the UK

From Slavery to Strasbourg: The ECtHR makes the first Article 4 finding against the UK

By Gwendolen Morgan In November 2012, the European Court of Human Rights handed down judgment in the case of CN ...
James, Wells and Lee v UK: Indefinite Detention and Arbitrary Deprivations of Liberty

James, Wells and Lee v UK: Indefinite Detention and Arbitrary Deprivations of Liberty

More than 6000 UK prisoners are currently subject to indefinite detention without means of progressing towards ...
Prisoners' Voting Rights: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Prisoners' Voting Rights: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

If ‘suffrage is the pivotal right’, then it is only fitting that the issue of prisoners’ voting rights has become ...
State Sovereignty v Migrants’ Rights: Who Wins before the European and Inter-American Court of Human Rights?

State Sovereignty v Migrants’ Rights: Who Wins before the European and Inter-American Court of Human Rights?

On Tuesday this week, the Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) in conjunction with the Oxford Migration Law Discussion ...

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