1. 2014 was a year of transition and controversy in Europe: a new Parliament and new Commission were constituted. Across 38 contributions by 61 authors in five sections, the Yearbook 2015 covers political and legal developments in the field of the three main organizations charged with securing human rights in Europe: EU, Council of Europe and OSCE, accompanied by a chapter on cross-cutting topics.
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  2. What lies in the common interest of the international community? How are those common interests protected? What is the role of states and of the international community? This book looks at the protection of common interests and shows how international law is progressively moving away from a system based on territorial sovereignty to a system based on shared responsibilities among states and other actors.
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  3. If 2012 was the year of furthering coherence in human rights protection, 2013 was the year of discussing new standards and their implementation in light of growing challenges to international and societal solidarity.
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  4. Defining and discussing key developments in human rights, the fifth edition of the European Yearbook on Human Rights brings together 26 contributions by renowned human rights experts that provide a much needed overview and sought-after analysis.
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  5. Defining and discussing key developments in human rights in Europe and in the world, the third edition of the European Yearbook on Human Rights brings together 33 contributions by renowned human rights experts that provide a much needed overview and much sought after analysis.
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  6. From the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty to policy changes in countering terrorism: 2009 was a year rich in legal and political developments that directly implicate human rights. Opening with four articles on 2009’s most important human rights topics, the Yearbook contains extensive sections on developments in the field of the three main organizations charged with securing human rights in Europe: EU, Council of Europe and OSCE. A further...
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  7. This book brings together three contributions by talented young scholars from the Balkans, i.e. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia on a topic of general concern. It reviews the performance of the international community, but examines as well the efforts made by the governments and the role of civil society as they are seen through the eyes of young scholars from the three countries.
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    € 34,80

  8. This book commemorates the 15th anniversary of the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action (VDPA). It focusses on the progress in the implementation of the commitments made by all States for the promotion and protection of human rights and reaffirmed key accomplishments of the VDPA, such as the recognition of the universality of all human rights.
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    € 44,80