Monday 17 June 2024

New Issue ECHR Law Review

The second issue of the year of the ECHR Law Review has just been published (Vol. 5, issue 2). The issue contains one editorial, three guest editorials, two research articles and four book reviews. The guest editorials are devoted to the relationship between the ECHR and the ICCPR and the ECtHR and the United Nations Human Rights Committee. The research articles deal with the proposed right of psychological continuity under consideration by the Council of Europe and the UN HRC, and the right of access to reliable information under Article 10 ECHR.

This is the table of contents:

* Vassilis P Tzevelekos, 'On Mastic Trees, the echr, and the iccpr' (editorial)

* Anja Seibert-Fohr, 'The European Court of Human Rights and the Human Rights Committee: Two Actors with a Common Mission' (guest editorial)

* Yuval Shany, 'Catching Up: The European Court of Human Rights Approximates its Approach to Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Over Digital Surveillance to That of the Human Rights Committee' (guest editorial)

* Vasilka Sancin, 'The ECHR and the ICCPR: A Human Rights-Based Approach to the Protection of the Environment and the Climate System' (guest editorial)

Sjors Ligthart, 'Towards a Human Right to Psychological Continuity? Reflections on the Rights to Personal Identity, Self-Determination, and Personal Integrity' (research article)

Katie Pentney, 'The Right of Access to ‘Reliable’ Information Under Article 10 echr: From Meagre Beginnings to New Frontiers' (research article)

* Nikos Vogiatzis, 'Good Administration and the Council of Europe: Law, Principles, and Effectiveness, edited by Ulrich Stelkens and Agnė Andrijauskaitė' (book review)

* Spyridoula Katsoni, 'Responsive Human Rights: Vulnerability, Ill-Treatment and the ECtHR, written by Corina Heri' (book review)

* Janna Wessels, 'The Treatment of Immigrants in the European Court of Human Rights – Moving Beyond Criminalisation, written by Amanda Spalding' (book review)

* Christos Tsevas, 'The European Convention of Human Rights Regime: Reform of Immigration and Minority Policies From Afar, written by Dia Anagnostou' (book review)