Journals Higher Education

$110.00

Hardcover

Published: 28 February 2014

240 Pages | 3 tables

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780719088223


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Children's rights, Eastern enlargement and the EU human rights regime

Ingi Iusmen

Published by Manchester University Press

European Policy Research Unit Series MUP

  • Makes a vital contribution to the enlargement-led Europeanisation scholarship by demonstrating how and why Eastern enlargement has transformed the EU's role in human rights
  • Provides a timely exploration of the interlinkages between EU enlargement, EU human rights policy and the constitutional and legal provision included in the Lisbon Treaty
  • Provides the first detailed empirical and analytical study examining how the extension of the EU external remit in human rights can trigger institutional and policy changes on the broader EU human rights regime
  • Unearths the impact of Eastern enlargement on EU human rights policy, by providing empirical evidence supporting the emergence of an EU child rights policy as a feedback effect of EU intervention in child protection in Romania
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