PluriCourts studies the legitimacy of multi-level human rights international Courts and Tribunals (ICs) at the regional and international levels. States have started to question the legitimacy of these ICs, for example, the professionalism of the members of those treaty bodies or how they stifle the scope of domestic decision making.
- The Intersection of the Law of Treaties and Human Rights Law: State Obligations Upon Signing a Treaty Granting Jurisdiction to an International Tribunal Adjudicating Human Rights Violations
- The Politics of Compliance with International Human Rights Courts (completed)
- MultiRights - The Legitimacy of Multi-Level Human Rights Judiciary (completed)
- Judicial Dialogues on the Rule of Law: Interaction between National Courts and the European Court of Human Rights (completed)
The President of the Court's Authority and the Judges' Independence
Article by Kristel Heyerdahl, judge at the Borgarting Court of Appeal, Oslo, in Lov og Rett 07/2017 (vol. 56). Original title: "Domstolleders myndighet og dommernes uavhengighet". DOI: 10.18261/issn.1504-3061-2017-07-02.
Interpretation of the ECHR in light of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
Article by Geir Ulfstein, published in International Journal of Human Rights.
Delayed but not derailed: legislative compliance with European Court of Human Rights judgments
Article by Øyvind Stiansen, published in the International Journal of Human Rights.
- Instituting a Global Sanctions Regime June 18, 2019 10:53 AM
- Researchers meet the European Court of Human Rights Dec. 17, 2018 2:27 PM
- Oslo Recommendations for Enhancing the Legitimacy of International Courts: international judges take a stand on current challenges facing the international justice system Aug. 1, 2018 12:17 PM