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  • Author:
    Professor Eva Brems
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    Cambridge University Press (January 7, 2013)
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Through redrafting the judgments of the ECHR, Diversity and European Human Rights demonstrates how the court could improve the mainstreaming of diversity in its judgments. By rewriting actual judicial decisions in a wide range of topics this book offers a broad overview of diversity issues in the jurisprudence of the ECHR and aims to bridge the gap between academic analysis and judicial practice. European Court of Human Rights, are examples of the most significant judicial revolution that has taken place over the past four hundred years. For Europe the Universal Declaration had special significance.

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Rewriting Judgments of the ECHR

Rewriting Judgments of the ECHR. Through redrafting the judgments of the ECHR, Diversity and European Human Rights demonstrates how the court could improve the mainstreaming of diversity in its judgments. Eighteen judgments are considered and rewritten to reflect the concerns of women, children, LGB persons, ethnic and religious minorities, and persons with disabilities in turn.

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This book is the fruit of the conference Mainstreaming Diversity: Rewriting Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights that we organized in the premises of the Strasbourg Court in February 2011.

Book Description: Through redrafting the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, international scholars demonstrate how these judgments could improve the mainstreaming of diversity. Considering six groups - women, children, LGB persons, ethnic and religious minorities and persons with disabilities, this book demonstrates how academic analysis can translate into judicial practice.

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Through redrafting the judgments of the ECHR, Diversity and European Human Rights demonstrates how the court could improve the mainstreaming of diversity in its judgments. Eighteen judgments are considered and rewritten to reflect the concerns of women, children, LGB persons, ethnic and religious minorities and persons with disabilities in turn. Each redrafted judgment is accompanied by a paper outlining the theoretical concepts and frameworks that guided the approaches of the authors and explaining how each amendment to the original text is an improvement. Simultaneously, the authors demonstrate how difficult it can be to translate ideas into judgments, whilst also providing examples of what those ideas would look like in judicial language. By rewriting actual judicial decisions in a wide range of topics this book offers a broad overview of diversity issues in the jurisprudence of the ECHR and aims to bridge the gap between academic analysis and judicial practice.