The European Court of Human Rights. Between Judical Activism and Passivismautor: Adam Wiśniewski
|Wydawca:||Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego|
|Ilość stron:||220 s.|
The European Court of Human Rights. Between Judical Activism and Passivism - opis wydawcy:
The work begins with a chapter which presents the genesis of the ECHR, which is important for a proper understanding of the Convention system, and this is followed by a chapter on the principles of the ECHR and its Interpretation by the Court. Separate chapters are allocated to the dynamic interpretation of the ECHR and the phenomenon of the Court s judicial activism. The next two chapters concern the controversial margin of appreciation doctrine, stressing the importance of attempts at theoretical study of the interpretation and application of the Convention. A separate chapter is devoted to the principle of consensus and its significance in the interpretation of the Convention. The study ends with a chapter containing some general considerations of the theory of interpretation of the ECt HR.