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Title Judges, transition, and human rights / edited by John Morison, Kieran McEvoy, and Gordon Anthony.

Published Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.

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 UniM Law  KC 200 JUDG    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxxii, 567 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Judges, transition and human rights: essays in memory of Stephen Livingstone / John Morison, Kieran McEvoy, and Gordon Anthony -- PART I: JUDGES -- Separation of powers in a global context / Martin S. Flaherty -- The European Court of Human Rights as a "constitutional court": definitional debates and the dynamics of reform / Robert Harmsen -- The scope of the right to a fair trial guarantee in non-criminal cases in the European Convention on Human Rights / David Harris -- Deference owed under the separation of powers / Tom Zwart -- Judicial policy in a transforming constitution / Hugh Corder -- Litigating the agreement: towards a new judicial constitutionalism for the UK from Northern Ireland? / John Morison and Marie Lynch -- PART II: TRANSITION -- The battle for transitional justice: hegemony, Iraq and international law / Christine Bell, Colm Campbell, and Fionnuala Ní Aoláin -- Human rights and conflict resolution / Tom Hadden -- Habits of mind and "truth-telling": Article 2 ECHR in post-conflict Northern Ireland / Gordon Anthony and Paul Mageean -- The impact of the Human Rights Act in Northern Ireland / Brice Dickson -- Dangerous constitutional moments: the "tactic of legality" in Nazi Germany and the Irish Free State compared / Gerard Quinn -- Ireland, the European Convention on Human Rights and the personal contribution of Seán MacBride / William Schabas -- Mobilizing the professions: lawyers, politics and the collective legal conscience / Kieran McEvoy and Rachel Rebouche -- Consociationalism, equality and minorities in the Northern Ireland Bill of Rights debate: the role of the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities / Christopher McCrudden -- PART III: HUMAN RIGHTS -- The relationship between parliaments and national human rights institutions / Rachel Murray -- A view from the coal face: Northern Ireland, human rights activism and the war on terror / Maggie Beirne and Angela Hegarty -- Linking human rights and other goals / Kevin Boyle -- Corporations, human rights, and social inequality / Sally Wheeler -- Constitutionalism, deliberative democracy and human rights / David Feldman -- Reshaping constitutionalism / Murray Hunt -- Human rights and women's rights: the appeal to an international agenda in the promotion of women's equal citizenship / Elizabeth Meehan -- 'In the small places': education and human rights culture in conflict-affected societies / Lesley McEvoy and Laura Lundy -- Protecting the marginalized / Colin Harvey -- Risk and human rights: ending slopping out in a Scottish prison / Thérèse Murphy and Noel Whitty.
Other author Morison, John, 1958-
McEvoy, Kieran.
Anthony, Gordon, 1971-
Subject Human rights.
Judicial power.
Due process of law.
Political violence.
Terrorism.
Human rights -- Europe.
Human rights -- Northern Ireland.
Political violence -- Northern Ireland.
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