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Human Rights in a Positive State

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Paperback, 438 blz. | Engels
Intersentia | 1e druk, 2016
ISBN13: 9781780684253
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Juridisch : Algemeen juridisch
Intersentia 1e druk, 2016 9781780684253
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The European Court of Human Rights has long abandoned the view that human rights merely impose obligations of restraint on State authorities (so-called negative obligations). In addition, States are under positive obligations to take steps to actively protect and ensure the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights. While the concept of positive obligations has become increasingly important in the jurisprudence of the European Court, it remains relatively underexplored in the literature. This book goes beyond the existing scholarship by analytically, critically and normatively engaging with the Court’s positive obligations case law in a comprehensive and in-depth manner.

The book begins by providing an overview of the Court’s jurisprudence in this area. Building upon this overview, it brings to the fore the legal methodological consequences attached by the Court to the labels of positive and negative obligations. It moreover critically examines how the Court constructs the distinction between positive and negative obligations, building upon the underlying distinctions between public authorities and private entities, on the one hand, and State action and inaction, on the other. The central argument made in this volume is that in a positive State, in which the authorities have affirmatively intervened in so many areas, it has become increasingly difficult to draw a baseline to properly distinguish between action and inaction. Finally, the author makes suggestions for legal methodological change. This book will prove to be highly valuable for any practitioner or academic interested in the law of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Dr Laurens Lavrysen is currently conducting post-doctoral research at Ghent University, Belgium, with a particular focus on the history of the law of the European Convention on Human Rights. This book is based on his PhD research concerning the notion of positive obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights. Dr Lavrysen obtained his doctoral degree from Ghent University in 2016.

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ISBN13:9781780684253
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:438
Uitgever:Intersentia
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:14-10-2016
Hoofdrubriek:Algemeen juridisch
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Over Laurens Lavrysen

Laurens Lavrysen is a Postdoctoral Researcher (funded by the FWO – Research Foundation Flanders), connected to the Human Rights Centre of Ghent University.

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Inhoudsopgave

Chapter 1. Introduction (p. 1)
Chapter 2. Typologies of Positive Obligations (p. 45)
Chapter 3. Relevant Principles and Tests (p. 131)
Chapter 4. Comparison Positive vs Negative Obligations (p. 213)
Chapter 5. Deconstructing the Dichotomy (p. 241)
Chapter 6. Transforming the Court's Legal Methodology (p. 309)
Chapter 7. General Conclusion (p. 343)

Bibliography (p. 351)
Corpus of Cases (p. 367)

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