Dear ECHR readers, please find below a final batch of ECHR-related academic readings for the end of the year. I wish all of you a very good Christmas and good 2019!
* The European Yearbook on Human Rights 2018 (Intersentia) includes an entire section on the ECHR / Council of Europe system, with contributions on:
- The Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in 2017 (p. 227);
- A Decade of Violations of the European Convention on Human Rights (p. 267);
-The Boundaries to Dialogue with the European Court of Human Rights (p. 287);
- Unprincipled Disobedience to International Decisions (p. 319);
- The Impact of ECtHR and CJEU Judgements on the Rights of Asylum Seekers in the European Union (p. 343);
-The Human Right to Leave Any Country (p. 373);
-Some Reflections on the Principle of the Best Interests of the Child in European Expulsion Case Law (p. 395);
-Salafism in Europe (p. 419);
- Delays in the Implementation of ECtHR Judgments (p. 445).
* Lize Glas, 'Unilateral declarations and the European ECtHR of Human Rights: between efficiency and the interests of the applicant', Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law (2018).
In Volume 7, Issue 2 of the Cambridge International Law Journal (2018):
*Andrea Broderick, 'The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the European Convention on Human Rights: a tale of two halves or a potentially unified vision of human rights?'.
*Agustín Ruiz Robledo, The construction of the right to free elections by the European Court of Human Rights'.