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The Failure of the European Convention of Human Rights’ Integration in the Balkans

Ntislis, Ioannis LU (2017) RÄSM02 20161
Department of Sociology of Law
Abstract
This research attempts a throughout examination of the European Convention of Human Rights’ inadequate implementation to the signatory countries which represent the South-Eastern part of European Union: Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. The most significant outcome of this research is the deep exploration of the conditions and denominators that cultivate gaps in this implementation. For the purpose of this inquiry this research attempts a multidimensional approach of the different elements that constitute the investigated topic, so from a theoretical prism, using academic perspectives considering the interrelations between law and society, as from a more positivist one, using reports and preexistent studies related to the investigated topic.... (More)
This research attempts a throughout examination of the European Convention of Human Rights’ inadequate implementation to the signatory countries which represent the South-Eastern part of European Union: Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. The most significant outcome of this research is the deep exploration of the conditions and denominators that cultivate gaps in this implementation. For the purpose of this inquiry this research attempts a multidimensional approach of the different elements that constitute the investigated topic, so from a theoretical prism, using academic perspectives considering the interrelations between law and society, as from a more positivist one, using reports and preexistent studies related to the investigated topic. The concluding findings are valuable for drawing results and effective suggestions about a future successful implementation of human rights’ values in South-Eastern Europe. (Less)
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author
Ntislis, Ioannis LU
supervisor
organization
course
RÄSM02 20161
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
ECHR, European Convention of Human Rights, Balkans, implementation, social norms, negative myths, pathology
language
English
id
8925635
date added to LUP
2017-10-06 09:39:05
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2017-10-06 09:39:05
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  abstract     = {This research attempts a throughout examination of the European Convention of Human Rights’ inadequate implementation to the signatory countries which represent the South-Eastern part of European Union: Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. The most significant outcome of this research is the deep exploration of the conditions and denominators that cultivate gaps in this implementation. For the purpose of this inquiry this research attempts a multidimensional approach of the different elements that constitute the investigated topic, so from a theoretical prism, using academic perspectives considering the interrelations between law and society, as from a more positivist one, using reports and preexistent studies related to the investigated topic. The concluding findings are valuable for drawing results and effective suggestions about a future successful implementation of human rights’ values in South-Eastern Europe.},
  author       = {Ntislis, Ioannis},
  keyword      = {ECHR,European Convention of Human Rights,Balkans,implementation,social norms,negative myths,pathology},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {The Failure of the European Convention of Human Rights’ Integration in the Balkans},
  year         = {2017},
}