|1.||Iwasawa, Yuji : The impact of the work of the United Nations human rights treaty bodies on Japanese courts, 2003|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: unpublished document
The impact of the work of the United Nations human rights treaty bodies on Japanese courts / Iwasawa, Yuji - Turku/Åbo : Åbo Akademi University. Institute for Human Rights, 2003.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Japan
NOTE (MEETINGS): Domestic Impact of Findings by United Nations Treaty Bodies - ILA Committee on Human Rights Law and Practice (2003-2004, [20030926-20030927], [C]
NOTE (GENERAL): ICCPR; CERD; CAT; CEDAW; CRC; GC-17 (ICCPR);
|2.||Heinze, Eric : The logic of equality , 2003|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
The logic of equality : a formal analysis of non-discrimination law / Heinze, Eric - (Applied legal philosophy), vii, 143 p.. - ALdershot : Aldershot, 2003.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. PART I: Treatment: Preliminary concepts; The basic treatment symbols; Derivation of arguments; Normative positions; Theorems; General schema of assertions; Compound positions. PART II : Objective Status: Revised factual positions; Revised normative positions; Revised compound positions. PART III : Subjective Merit: Final normative positions; Final factual positions; Final compound positions. PART IV: General Forms of Argument: The traditional model; The impact model; The accommodation model; The non-recognition model; Appendix: symbols and formulas; Works cited; Index of cases, names and topics.
NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; ECHR; ICCPR;
|3.||Draghici, Carmen : The legitimacy of family rights in Strasbourg case law, 2017|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
The legitimacy of family rights in Strasbourg case law : 'living instrument' or extinguished sovereignty? / Draghici, Carmen - (Modern studies in European law), 422 p. - Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2017.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Introduction. 1. The formalisation and dissolution of intimate relationships. 2. Protection of de facto families: cohabitation and illegitimate filiation. 3. The right (not) to become a parent: from assisted reproduction to adoptive filiation. 4. The impact of sexual orientation and gender identity on family rights. 5. Conflicts of rights between family members. 6. Family autonomy, public interest and legitimate state intervention. 7. Cross-border families, human rights and immigration barriers. Conclusions.
NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR