European Commission on Human Rights

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European Commission on Human Rights

the now defunct body that implemented the EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS.
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Located here as well is the European Court of Human Rights that houses both the European Court of Justice and the European Commission of Human Rights.
Contributors also describe visits on the spot by fact-finders with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, the European Commission of Human Rights, the International Labor Organization, and the United Nations.
After the inquest relatives of the victims took the case to the European Commission of Human Rights.
The constitutional court referred in its decision to rulings by the European Commission of Human Rights, the German federal constitutional court and the supreme court of Canada, and ruled that given the plaintiff 's public role and the nature of the article in question, the magazine was within its rights to publish the article.
Tardio said the EC would continue to monitor developments on the basis of the relevant provision of the European Convention of Human Rights, case law of the European Commission of Human Rights and the recommendations of the Venice Commissions of Council of Europe.
However, both the European Commission of Human Rights and the ECHR found that the CMP was not the forum where an effective investigation could be conducted.
Ken only saw his full records after taking his pension appeal to the European Commission of Human Rights 12 years ago.
This trend has been clear since 1999, following the entry into force of Protocol No 11, establishing the Court in its present form, and since the abolition of the European Commission of Human Rights.
37) Prior to this Protocol, under the European Commission on Human Rights, the only mandatory procedure required of states was adherence to the interstate complaints procedure of the European Commission of Human Rights and the Committee of Ministers--at the time, the highest political body in the Council of Europe.
Rejecting the argument, the judge agreed with Treasury lawyers, who said the European Commission of Human Rights in Strasbourg had already decided the issue against conscientious objectors in cases heard in the 1980s.
Rejecting the argument, the judge agreed with Treasury lawyers, who said the European Commission of Human Rights in Strasbourg decided the issue against conscientious objectors in cases heard in the 1980s.
EFFORTS to forcibly move a Travelling family could land a county council before the European Commission of Human Rights.
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