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Rainey, Wicks & Ovey: Jacobs, White and Ovey: The European Convention on Human Rights 7e

Further reading

ECHR and reform

Council of Europe: Conference on the long-term future of the European Court of Human Rights, Oslo, 7-8 April 2014:Proceedings available at
http://www.coe.int/t/DGHL/STANDARDSETTING/CDDH/REFORMECHR/Publications/
Proceedings-Oslo-2014.pdf

Council of Europe Reforming the European Convention on Human Rights: Interlaken, Izmir, Brighton and beyond ? A compilation of instruments and texts relating to the ongoing reform of the ECHR Council of Europe Publishing 2014 available at
http://www.coe.int/t/DGHL/STANDARDSETTING/CDDH/REFORMECHR/Publications/
Compilation%20ReformECHR2014_en.pdf

ECHR, future of the Court and the Living Instrument principle

N Bratza, ?Living instrument or dead letter - the future of the European Convention on Human Rights? EHRLR 2014, 2, 116 -128

Restructuring the Court?

K Dzehtsiarou and A Greene ?Restructuring the European Court of Human Rights: preserving the right of individual petition and promoting constitutionalism? Public Law 2013, Oct, 710-719

Admissibility

J Gerrards ?Inadmissibility Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights: A Critique of the Lack of Reasoning? Human Rights Law Review, 14, 148-158

Article 2

Article 2(2) ? deference, margin of appreciation

S Skinner ?Deference, proportionality and the margin of appreciation in lethal force case law under Article 2 ECHR? EHRLR, 2014, 1 , 4-29

Article 3

Disappearance and rendition

F Fabbrini ?The European Court of Human Rights, Extraordinary Renditions and the Right

to the Truth: Ensuring Accountability for Gross Human Rights Violations Committed in the Fight Against Terrorism? Human Rights Law Review, 2014, 14, 85-106

Article 3 and penology

N Mavronicola ?Inhuman and Degrading Punishment, Dignity and the Limits of Retribution? Modern Law Review 2014, 77(2), 277-307

Article 4

I. Turner, ?Positive obligations and Article 4 of the European Convention on Human Rights: a defence of the UK's Human Rights Act 1998?, International Journal of Human Rights, 2014, 18(1) 94-114.

Article 6

Criminal aspects

L Hoyano ?What is balanced on the scales of justice? In search of the essence of the right to a fair trial? Criminal Law Review, 2014, 2, 116-128

M Coen ??With Cat-Like Tread?: Jury Trial and the European Court of Human Rights? Human Rights Law Review, 2014, 14(1) 107-131

M Kuijer ?The Right to a Fair Trial and the Council of Europe?s Efforts to Ensure Effective Remedies on a Domestic Level for Excessively Lengthy Proceedings?. Human Rights Law Review, 2013, 13(4)777-794

Disciplinary matters

A. Sanders, ?Does Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights apply to disciplinary procedures in the workplace?? Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2013 , 33(4) pp. 791-819.

Article 9

M Pearson, ?Article 9 at a Crossroads: Interference Before and After Eweida? Human Rights Law Review, 2013, 13(3) 580-602

Article 10

Dirk Voorhoof ?The right to freedom of expression and information under the European Human Rights system: towards a more transparent democratic society?, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies EUI, working paper 2014:
http://cadmus.eui.eu/bitstream/handle/1814/29871/RSCAS_2014_12.pdf?sequence=1   

A Buyse ?Dangerous Expressions: The ECHR, violence and free speech? ICLQ 2014, 63, 491-503

Article 11

D Golubovic ?Freedom of association in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights? International Journal of Human Rights , 2013, 17 (7-8), 758-771  

Article 14

M Rogan ?Prisoners and "other status" under Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights? EHRLR, 2013,6, 615-623

Protocol 1, Article 3 ? Right to free elections

N Vogiatzis ?Mapping the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights further to the "reasonable intervals" clause of the right to free elections? EHRLR, 2013, 4, 401-411