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dc.contributor.authorGerards, J.H.
dc.contributor.authorFleuren, J.W.A.
dc.coverage.spatialNederland
dc.date.accessioned2021-01-22T13:11:25Z
dc.date.available2021-01-22T13:11:25Z
dc.date.issued2013
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12832/1935
dc.description.abstractThe European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) has had a great impact on Dutch law and Dutch case-law. The study concentrates on five research questions:What requirements have been formulated by the ECtHR in relation to the implementation of the ECHR in national law and the application of ECtHR case-law by national courts, and to what ex-tent does the ECtHR allow for national peculiarities?How does national constitutional law provide for the implementation of international law, par-ticularly the ECHR, in the national legal order?Which constitutional powers and instruments do national courts use to guarantee that the state complies with its obligations under the ECHR?How do national courts deal with the case-law of the ECtHR and what is the influence of ECtHR judgments on national case-law?To what extent are the ECtHR and its case-law the subject of national debate and, to the extent that such debate exists, how does it influence debates on national courts’ powers? Index Executive summary The European Court of Human Rights and the national courst - giving shape to the notion of 'shared responsibility' - J. Gerards IntroductionThe Court's raison d'êtreThe shared responsibility of the Court and national institutions, in particular the national courtsGiving shape to shared responsibility: principles and methods of interpretationProcedural review and 'judicial minimalism'Judicial dialogueDialogue and national political and media criticismSummary and conclusion Annex - Questions for the interviews at the European Court of Human Rights Belgium - G. Schaiko, P. Lemmens en K. Lemmens France - C. Lageot Germany - E. Klein The Netherlands - J. Fleuren en J. Gerards Sweden - I. Cameron and Th. Bull United Kingdom - R. Masterman Annex - Questionaire for national reportsen_GB
dc.description.abstractIn dit onderzoek staat de wisselwerking centraal tussen, enerzijds, constitutionele systemen van doorwerking van internationaal recht en, anderzijds, de manier waarop en de mate waarin de nationale rechter toetst aan, of anderszinds rekening houdt met, het EVRM en de jurisprudentie van het EHRM. Voorts geeft het onderzoek antwoord op de vraag of de toepassing van het EVRM in het nationale rechtssysteem door de rechter tot discussie leidt.nl_NL
dc.publisherRadboud Universiteit Nijmegen - Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
dc.relation.ispartofseriesWODC Rapport 2106
dc.subjectBelgie
dc.subjectZweden
dc.subjectRechters
dc.subjectFrankrijk
dc.subjectGrondrechten
dc.subjectJurisprudentie
dc.subjectDuitsland
dc.subjectRechtspraak
dc.subjectEvrm
dc.subjectMensenrechten
dc.subjectRechtbank
dc.subjectRechtsvergelijking
dc.subjectGroot-Brittannie
dc.titleImplementatie van het EVRM en de uitspraken van het EHRM in de nationale rechtspraak
dc.title.alternativeEen rechtsvergelijkend onderzoek
dc.typerapport
dc.identifier.project2106
refterms.dateFOA2021-01-22T13:11:25Z
dc.identifier.tuduuid:f12a6b26-34ed-47ab-a69a-890cc8844852
dc.contributor.institutionRadboud Universiteit Nijmegen - Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
dc.contributor.institutionWODC
dc.source.cityNijmegen


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