The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights av Peers Steve, Hervey Tamara, Kenner Jeffrey, Ward Angela, red. - 9781509933471 - Jure bokhandel


The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
– A Commentary
Författare:Peers Steve , Hervey Tamara , Kenner Jeffrey , Ward Angela , red.
Titel:The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights – A Commentary
Upplaga:2 uppl.
Omfång:2016 sid.
Förlag:Bloomsbury Publishing
Typ av verk:Lagkommentar
Ämnesord:EU-rไtt , Internationell rไtt

Pris: 4507 SEK exkl. moms


This second edition of the first commentary of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in English, written by experts from several EU Member States, provides an authoritative but succinct statement of how the Charter impacts upon EU, domestic and international law.

Following the conventional article-by-article approach, each commentator offers an expert view of how each article is either already being interpreted in the courts, or is likely to be interpreted. Each commentary is referenced to the case law and is augmented with extensive references to further reading. This is a much-welcomed new edition of the authoritative guide to the Charter.

Table of Contents

Part I – Commentary on the Articles of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

Article 1 – Human Dignity
Catherine Dupr้

Article 2 – Right to Life
Elizabeth Wicks

Article 3 – Right to the Integrity of the Person
Steve Peers

Article 4 – Prohibition of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment
Maria-Teresa Gil-Bazo

Article 5 – Prohibition of Slavery and Forced Labour
Heli Askola

Article 6 – Right to Liberty and Security
Daniel Wilsher

Article 7 (Private Life, Home and Communications) – Respect for Private and Family Life
David Mangan

Article 7 (Family Life Aspects) – Right to Respect for Private and Family Life
Miriam Kullmann

Article 8 – Protection of Personal Data
Herke Kranenborg

Article 9 – Right to Marry and Right to Found a Family
Steve Peers

Article 10 – Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion
Ronan McCrea

Article 11 – Freedom of Expression and Information
Lorna Woods

Article 12(1) – Freedom of Assembly and of Association
Filip Dorssemont

Article 12(2) – Freedom of Assembly and of Association
Jo Shaw and Lamin Khadar

Article 13 – Freedom of the Arts and Sciences
Debbie Sayers

Article 14 – Right to Education
Gisella Gori

Article 15 – Freedom to Choose an Occupation and Right to Engage in Work
Eleni Frantziou and Virginia Mantouvalou

Article 16 – Freedom to Conduct a Business
Michelle Everson and Rui Correia Gon็alves

Article 17(1) – Right to Property
Ferdinand Wollenschlไger

Article 17(2) – Right to Property

Article 18 – Right to Asylum
Maarten den Heijer

Article 19 – Protection in the Event of Removal, Expulsion or Extradition
Elspeth Guild

Article 20 – Equality Before the Law
Mark Bell

Article 21 – Non-Discrimination
Claire Kilpatrick and Hanna Eklund

Article 22 – Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Diversity
Rachael Craufurd Smith

Article 23 – Equality between Women and Men
Dagmar Schiek and Biljana Kotevska

Article 24 – The Rights of the Child
Ruth Lamont

Article 25 – The Rights of the Elderly
Colm O'Cinneide

Article 26 – Integration of Persons with Disabilities
Charlotte O'Brien

Article 27 – Workers' Right to Information and Consultation within the Undertaking
Filip Dorssemont

Article 28 – Right of Collective Bargaining and Action
Catherine Barnard

Article 29 – Right of Access to Placement Services
Jeff Kenner

Article 30 – Protection in the Event of Unjustified Dismissal
Jeff Kenner

Article 31 – Fair and Just Working Conditions
Alan Bogg and Michael Ford

Article 32 – Prohibition of Child Labour and Protection of Young People at Work
Helen Stalford and Nuno Ferreira

Article 33 – Family and Professional Life
Jeff Kenner and Katrina Peake

Article 34 – Social Security and Social Assistance
Oxana Golynker

Article 35 – The Right to Health Care
Tamara Hervey and Jean McHale

Article 36 – Access to Services of General Economic Interest
Erika Szyszczak

Article 37 – Environmental Protection
Elisa Morgera and Gracia Marํn Durแn

Article 38 – Consumer Protection
Steve Weatherill

Article 39 – Right to Vote and to Stand as a Candidate at Elections to the European Parliament
Jo Shaw and Lamin Khadar

Article 40 – Right to Vote and to Stand as a Candidate at Municipal Elections
Kees Groenendijk

Article 41 – The Right to Good Administration
Paul Craig

Article 42 – Right of Access to Documents
Ivan Lazarov

Article 43 – European Ombudsman
Ian Harden

Article 44 – Right to Petition
Mats Lindfelt

Article 45 – Freedom of Movement and of Residence
Eleanor Spaventa

Article 46 – Diplomatic and Consular Protection
Eileen Denza

Article 47 – Right to an Effective Remedy and to a Fair Trial
Angela Ward

Article 48 (Administrative Law) – Presumption of Innocence and Right of Defence
Hanns Peter Nehl

Article 48 (Criminal Law) – Presumption of Innocence and Right of Defence
Debbie Sayers

Article 49 – Principles of Legality and Proportionality of Criminal Offences and Penalties
Valsamis Mitsilegas and Emmanouil Billis

Article 50 – Right not to be Tried or Punished Twice in Criminal Proceedings for the same Criminal Offence
Jonathan Tomkin

Article 51 – Field of Application
Angela Ward

Article 52 – Scope and Interpretation of Rights and Principles
Steve Peers and Sacha Prechal

Article 53 – Level of Protection
Bruno de Witte

Article 54 – Abuse of Rights
Lorna Woods

Part II – Reflections on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

The Place of the Charter in the European Legal Space
Koen Lenaerts and Jos้ Antonio Guti้rrez-Fons

The Asymmetrical Impact of Article 47 of the Charter on National and EU Remedies
Albertina Albors-Llorens

The Charter and Universal Human Rights Instruments
Allan Rosas

Mutual Trust and the Charter: A Salutary Irish Example
Gerard Hogan

The Implementation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights by the EU Member States (as Reflected in the Work of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency)
Gabriel N Toggenburg

The Charter and the General Court
Alexander Kornezov

The 'Dublin Regulation' and the Charter: An Impetus for Change
Doyin Lawunmi

Fundamental Social Rights in the Charter – Are They Rights? Are They Fundamental?
Niilo Jไไskinen

Part III – Commentary on the Treaty of EU Accession to the European Convention on Human Rights

EU Accession to the ECHR
Tobias Lock
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