Uvod u Europsku konvenciju o ljudskim pravima (An introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights – Croatian version) (2021)Human Rights
Uvod u Europsku konvenciju o ljudskim pravima (An introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights – Croatian version) (2021)0 out of 5(0)
Pravo na život, zabrana mučenja, sloboda mišljenja, savjesti i vjeroispovijedi, sloboda izražavanja, pravo na brak… Jeste li znali da Europska konvencija o ljudskim pravima štiti ta i mnoga druga prava?
Autor ove knjige svako od tih prava oslikava na jednostavan i jasan način, koristeći konkretne primjere. Također opisuje kako djeluje Europski sud za ljudska prava u širem kontekstu aktivnosti Vijeća Europe kojima se teži ostvarenju istih ideala.
Martyn Bond je novinar koji je izvještavao iz Londona, Bruxellesa, Strasbourga i Berlina. On je i bivši službenik EU-a. Tijekom proteklih pedeset godina svjedočio je i izvješćivao o mnogim događajima koji su šokirali ili zabavili, oduševili ili uznemirili europske čitatelje, slušatelje i gledatelje. Čvrsto vjeruje da su ljudska prava u srcu onoga što znači biti Europljanin.SKU: 978-92-871-8797-0
Education, Human Rights
Counter-radicalisation in the classroom (2021)0 out of 5(0)
Insights from eight grass-roots projects in Council of Europe member states to address the challenges of policies to counter-radicalisation in education
This report offers an assessment of the effects of counter-radicalisation policies in the education sector, through the empirical analysis of eight grass-roots projects located in schools across the member states of the Council of Europe (Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Norway and the United Kingdom). It provides a detailed insight into how such policies are experienced in practice. The report covers three main areas. First, it offers an analysis of the legislative and political context that led to the development of counter-radicalisation policies, as well as their contestation. Second, based on qualitative interviews and focus groups with project leaders, students, teachers, educators and school managers, it provides a detailed account of the very heterogeneous type of practices encapsulated by the term “counter-radicalisation”. Finally, it shows that while some practices are in line with principles of human rights education and education for democratic citizenship, others risk undermining fundamental rights and the autonomy of education. The report concludes with some key recommendations to the Council of Europe on how to overcome these challenges.SKU: 978-92-871-8704-8CHF 32.00
Eine Einführung in die Europäische Menschenrechtskonvention (2019)0 out of 5(0)
“Die Achtung der Menschenrechte das Fundament Europas derstellt” (Martyn Bond)
Das Recht auf Leben, Verbot der Folter, Gedanken-, Gewissens- und Religionsfreiheit, Freiheit der Meinungsäußerung, Recht auf Eheschließung… Wussten Sie, dass alle diese Rechte und noch viele andere von der Europäischen Menschenrechtskonvention geschützt werden?
Der Verfasser dieses Werkes veranschaulicht anhand von konkreten Beispielen, auf einfache Art und Weise jedes dieser Rechte. Er setzt die Arbeit des Europäischen Gerichtshofes für Menschenrechte in den größeren Zusammenhang des Europarates, der die gleichen Ziele verfolgt.SKU: 978-92-871-8989-9
Human rights challenges in the digital age: judicial perspectives (2020)0 out of 5(0)
The digital space is a powerful enabler for more inclusive democratic discourse, participation and policy-making. At the same time, digitisation comes with new challenges.
The abundance of data in the online space and powerful algorithm-based technologies pose serious risks to privacy, as well as to other interrelated human rights. The trans-border nature of the Internet itself presents significant legislative and judicial challenges for existing legal and institutional frameworks.
This book follows on from the June 2019 seminar paying tribute to the outstanding contribution of Lawrence Early, Jurisconsult of the European Court of Human Rights, as he was about to retire. The seminar brought together members of the judiciary and prominent legal practitioners and academics, as well as representatives of European institutions and non-governmental organisations. Speakers from different legal systems and jurisdictions exchanged views on the ways to address the complexity that protection of human rights online presents for the judiciary. The seminar focused on three major subjects: judicial protection of freedom of expression and the right to privacy in the digital environment; the concept of jurisdiction in the World Wide Web; and the implications of Big Data.
Given the breadth and significance of the issues arising in this complex, technical and fast-evolving area, the publication of these keynote contributions will undoubtedly inform further reflection on these matters by judges, legislators, experts and, perhaps most importantly, the general public.SKU: 978-92-871-8998-1CHF 32.90