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Título: Vade-mecum de la Convention Européenne des Droits de l'Homme
Autor(es): Donna Gomien
Edição: 2. ed
Publicação: Strasbourg : Conseil de l'Europe, 1999
Descrição física: 168 p. ; 17 cm
Notas: Bibliografia pág. 168
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 92-871-3753-6
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem
CDU: 341.231
Veja também: Gomien, Donna
Localização: DME.356 (CEJ) - 30000029011

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Título: Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos do Homem : Acórdão do TEDH de 09.02.2016, proc. 10109/14 (Meier v. Suíça)
Autor(es): Diogo Ravara
Resumo: A circunstância de ser indeferida uma pretensão apresentada por um recluso que atingiu a idade da reforma no sentido de ser dispensado da realização de trabalho prisional leve, remunerado, e adequado à sua idade e condições de saúde não configura uma violação do disposto no art. 4.º da Convenção Europeia dos Direitos Humanos
Publicado em: In: Prontuário de direito do trabalho. - [Lisboa] : Centro de Estudos Judiciários. - N.º 2 (2016), p. 7-8
Assuntos: Direito do trabalho | Proibição do trabalho forçado | Trabalho prisional | Reforma por velhice | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Jurisprudência
Veja também: Ravara, Diogo
Localização: DAH.181 (CEJ)

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Título: Tratado de Lisboa e tutela jurisdicional efectiva : das alterações relevantes para o contencioso da União Europeia
Autor(es): Alessandra Silveira
Publicado em: In: Cadernos de justiça administrativa. - Braga : CEJUR - Centro de Estudos Jurídicos do Minho, 1997 - . - ISSN 0873-6294. - N.º 80 (Mar. - Abr. 2010), p. 3-18
Assuntos: Direito comunitário | Tratado de Lisboa | Tutela jurisdicional | Acto jurídico | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem
Veja também: Silveira, Alessandra
Localização: PP.207 (CEJ)

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Título: The United Nations Convention on the rights of persons disabilities : an introduction
Autor(es): Shivaun Quinlivan
Resumo: The European Union for the first time ratified an international human rights treaty: The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Such ratification will undoubtedly impact on EU law, and importantly on the position of people with disabilities in Europe and further afield. The Convention has been described as embodying the '"paradigm shift" , being revolutionary and ground breaking. This paper will assess the content of the Convention, addressing the innovative general principles, the means of implementation as well the substantive rights contained in the Convention.
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier : ERA, [2000]- . - V. 13, Nº 1 (Jun. 2012), p.71-85
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Deficiente | Pessoas com deficiência | Discriminação
Veja também: Quinlivan, Shivaun
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)

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Título: The prohibition of post-mortem-fertilization, legal situation in Germany and European Convention on Human Rights
Autor(es): Matthias Krüger
Resumo: Les techniques médicales de fécondation artificielle se développent et progressent de façon permanente. De nos jours, des choses qui pouvaient simplment être imaginées il y a cinquante ans sont devenues possibles. Le droit est en retard par rapport à cette évolution. Par exemple, la loi allemande relative à la protection de l'embryon est perçue comme desuète. L'Autriche, se voit, quant à elle, opposer le fait que les restrictions légales à la fécondation artificielle violent la Convention européenne des droits de l'homme. Si la Grande chambre de la Cour européenne confirme la jurisprudence de la chambre sur cette question, cela pourrait avoir des conséquences très étendues non seulement pour l'Autriche mais aussi pour les autres États parties, y compris l'Allemagne. L'article examine ce sujet à partir de l'interdiction allemande de la fécondation post-mortem.
Publicado em: In: Revue internationale de droit penal. - Toulose : Editions Erés, [1930?]- . - ISSN 0223-5404. - A. 82, Nº 1.º - 2.º (Jan.-Abr. 2011), p. 41-64
Assuntos: Direito penal | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Procriação medicamente assistida | Alemanha
Veja também: Krüger, Matthias
Localização: PP.70 (CEJ)

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Título: Theory and practice of the european convention on Human Right
Autor(es): P. Van Dijk, G. J. H. Van Hoof
Edição: 2ª ed
Publicação: Deventer : Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, 1990
Descrição física: XVII, 657 p. ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 90-6544-319-3
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Conselho da Europa
Veja também: Van Dijk, P. | Hoof, G. J. H.
Localização: DME.47 (CEJ) - 30000000466

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Título: The material scope of competence of the European Public Prosecutor's Office : lex uncerta and unpraevia?
Autor(es): John A. E. Vervaele
Notas: Bibliografia pág. 98-99
Resumo: Article 86 TFEU provides a clear legal basis to establish the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) and to regulate its investigative and prosecutorial powers. Article 86 TFEU also refers to a limited substantive mandate, the protection of the financial interest of the Union, or to an extended mandate (based on an unanimous decision in the Council) including all serious crimes having a cross-border dimension. However, the Article remains silent on the precise scope of this material scope of competence. The 2013 Commission’s EPPO proposal does not contain specific elements of the offences or penalties and refers to the proposal for a directive on the criminal law protection of the financial interest of the EU. The result will be that the material competence of the EPPO will at the end depend upon the patchwork of implementation provisions in every single Member State. In this article is assessed if this solution can comply with the substantive legality principle in criminal matters, being a human right under the ECHR and the Charter. The author makes a plea for an alternative solution and to regulate the material competence in the EPPO regulation itself
Publicado em: In: ERA Forum. - Trier. - V. 15, n.º 1 (jun. 2014), p. 85-99
Assuntos: Procurador Europeu | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Direito comunitário
Veja também: Vervaele, John A. E.
Localização: PP.249 (CEJ)

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Título: The margin of appreciation doctrine in the dynamics of european human rights jurisprudence
Autor(es): Howard Charles Yourow
Publicação: The Hague : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1996
Descrição física: XIV,224 p. ; 26 cm
Colecção: (International studies in human rights ; 28)
Resumo: The European Human Rights Convention is a treaty-based, divided-power system created for the specific purpose of assuring the protection of basic human rights within its signatory states, members of the Council of Europe. Under its terms, authoritative supervision is imposed by an international Commission and Court (the European Commission and the European Court of Human Rights) upon the legislative, executive, administrative and judicial authorities of the States Parties. This work offers an analysis of the evolution of the supervisory jurisprudence as embodied in the case law of the Commission and the Court. It surveys the relationship of this body of case law to the States Parties' obligations under the treaty, highlighting the development of the "margin of appreciation (discretion)" doctrine as a central tool in the evolution. The study focuses upon the methodologies by which the central authorities within the Convention system decide upon the scope of their own supervisory powers, and consequently upon the scope of the discretion which will remain vested in the national authorities for the definition, interpretation and application of the basic human rights guarantees contained in the treaty. The study clarifies the interaction between national and European arrangements for the protection of basic civil and political rights within the Convention system through the interplay of the international supervisory function and its corollary, the national margin of appreciation doctrine. It offers some insights into the processes of legitimation and consensus formation surrounding basic human rights at the European regional level. In analyzing the evolution of the international supervisory function of the European Human Rights Convention organs, one hopes to arrive at a keener understanding of the interplay between judicial interpretation and the increasing sophistication of the European human rights protection system. The study shows that the judicial supervisory function in human rights protection is dependent upon the unique systemic setting in which it finds itself, and thus upon the stage of integrative growth (or disintegrative decline) of the culture which encompasses it. However, it should also demonstrate that courts are not only conditioned by, but can in turn condition, the degree and quality of consensus and integration within the society in which they fulfill their role
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 0-7923-3338-1
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Liberdades fundamentais | Jurisprudência
CDU: 341.231
Veja também: Yourow, Howard Charles
Localização: DME.348 (CEJ) - 30000028495

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Título: The guarantees for accused persons under article 6 of the european convention on human rights : an analysis of the application of the convention and a comparison with other instruments
Autor(es): Stephanos Stavros
Publicação: Dordrecht : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1993
Descrição física: X, 388 p. ; 26 cm
Colecção: (International studies in human rights ; 24)
Notas: Bibliografia pág. 386-388
Resumo: In recent times Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which protects the right to a fair trial has been increasingly raised by applicants who allege its breach in proceedings involving criminal or quasi-criminal charges. The extensive case law emanating from Strasburg that has thus been spawned has resulted in the formulation of detailed rules dictating the content of the guarantees afforded by Article 6. Indeed, a pan-European procedural standard for accused persons is beginning to emerge. This book is the first to make an in-depth analysis of the case law, and goes on to compare the European Convention cases with decisions which have arisen from the interpretation of other international instruments. The author's careful, meticulous research reveals that Article 6 has been interpreted in such a way that the standards required for proceedings designated under national law as criminal, are different than the standards applied to disciplinary and other administrative proceedings. The book goes on to attempt to identify the judicial policy pursued by the European Court and Commission when construing Article 6, while proposing a fresh approach to the problems raised by the applications of the detailed guarantees of the provisions in proceedings of a widely varied nature
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN 0-7923-1897-8
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem | Direito processual penal | Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos do Homem
CDU: 341.231
Veja também: Stavros, Stephanos
Localização: DME.331 (CEJ) - 30000028080

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Título: The European Convention on Human Rights : the impact of the European Convention on Human Rights in the legal and political systems of Member States over the period 1953-93
Autor(es): compil. João Madureira
Publicação: Lisboa : Gabinete de Documentação e Direito Comparado, 1993
Descrição física: 33 p. ; 30 cm
Assuntos: Direitos do homem | Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem
Veja também: Madureira, João | Portugal. Procuradoria Geral da República. | Gabinete de Documentação e Direito Comparado
Localização: DME.110 (CEJ) - 30000011298. - Depósito