Research Output

Research Output for this project aims to be in a variety of forms.

Working papers will be made available for download from the Social Science Research Network. We will advertise these downloads on this site and welcome honest, open discussion about them.

Articles will also be published in top peer-reviewed journals.

OUTPUT SO FAR

A paper by Basak and Nicola, titled ‘Fortress Ireland: A cautious approach to the persuasive authority of the European Court of Human Rights’ is available in the Irish Human Rights Law Review 2011.   Further information is available here.

On Monday 7th February 2011, think tank Policy Exchange published a paper ‘Bringing Rights Back Home’ (available here), which advocates the UK withdrawing from the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights.   Dr Başak Çalı has written a commentary on the paper which seeks to counter some of the myths put forward by the Policy Exchange. Başak’s paper is available here.

We’ve published an article in Law and Social Inquiry: The Logics of Supranational Human Rights Litigation, Official Acknowledgment and Human Rights Reform: The Southeast Turkey Cases Before the European Court of Human Rights, 1996–2006 , Law and Social Inquiry, Vol 35 Issue 2 (spring 2010) p311-337.  An earlier version of the paper can be downloaded from the Social Sciences Research Network here

  • We’ve added another working paper to the Social Sciences Research Network. It’s called Why Do Democracies Comply with Human Rights Judgments? A Comparative Analysis of the UK, Ireland and Germany . It can be downloaded from the Social Sciences Research Network here
  • The PSA paper on the perception of the legitimacy of the European Court of Human Rights amongst British elites and how this affects compliance with human rights judgments can be accessed here
  • The article, ‘The Purposes of the European Human Rights System: One or Many?’ was published in issue 3 [2008] of the European Human Rights Law Review (pp. 299-306).
  • We’ve added a paper to the Social Sciences Research Network entitled: The Authority of International Institutions: The Case for International Human Rights Treaty Bodies. It can be downloaded here (28-Oct-2008)
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