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In this seminar Postdoctoral Fellow Matthew William Saul will present his paper addressing how the processes of national parliaments feature in the European Court of Human Rights' (ECtHR's) practice of affording states a margin of appreciation.
In this MultiRights seminar Professor Janneke Gerards will present her paper "Procedural Review of the European Court of Human Rights - a Typology". The speaker is professor of European Law and head of the department of European and International Law at the Radbound University.
Special section of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights edited by Leiry Cornejo Chavez and containing contributions from several PluriCourts researchers.
This workshop will consider the current status of the margin of appreciation doctrine and reflect on how the principle of subsidiarity does and should inform the ECtHR’s practice of affording states such margin.
The speaker in this MultiRights seminar is Andrew Drzemczewski, the Head of the Parlamentary Assembly’s Legal Affairs and Human Rights Department.
The concluding conference of the MultiRights project will focus on analyzing and comparing the reform processes of the UN treaty bodies and of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) aiming at finding mutual learning experiences.
MultiRights PostDoc Matthew Saul will present his working paper on the relationship between international courts and domestic parliaments.
In this MultiRights Seminar Dr Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou will address the question of legitimacy of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR or Court).
By Laura Létourneau-Tremblay, Researcher, MultiRights/PluriCourts
Scholars are invited to submit paper proposals for the workshop "The European Court of Human Rights: Promoter or Predator of Democratic Transitions?", which takes place 19-20 September in Istanbul. The deadline for submitting an abstract is 1 August, and the deadline for submitting a full paper is 1 September.
PluriCourts and the Council of Europe are co-organizing a brainstorming seminar in Strasbourg. It will form the starting point of an intergovernmental working group discussing which role international law plays for the use of the Convention.
PluriCourts and the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights welcome you to the book launch of “Promoting Peace Through International Law”, edited by Professors Cecilia Marcela Bailliet and Kjetil Mujezinovic Larsen.
This year's annual conference will focus on the performance of international courts, and will feature many prominent speakers.
PluriCourts comes to an end in September 2023, and the last possibility for scholars to apply for visiting research stays at PluriCourts will be in the period of January - June 2023. The duration of the visits is 1 - 3 months. The candidate must hold a doctoral degree in political science, philosophy or law.
By Laura Létourneau-Tremblay, Researcher, MultiRights/PluriCourts and Claire Poppelwell-Scevak, Research Assistant, PluriCourts
Article by Juan-Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published in Journal of International Criminal Justice.