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undergraduate thesis
COUNCIL OF EUROPE AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Maja Plazibat
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TitleVijeće Europe i zaštita ljudskih prava
AuthorMaja Plazibat
Mentor(s)Ljubo Runjić (thesis advisor)
AbstractZaštita ljudskih prava zauzela je središnju ulogu u Europi. Smatra se da je Vijeće Europe, kao glavna nadnacionalna organizacija za ljudska prava u regiji, učinkovita na međunarodnoj razini, ponajprije zbog uloge Europskog suda za ljudska prava koji prati usklađenost s Europskom konvencijom o ljudskim pravima. Europska konvencija za zaštitu ljudskih prava i temeljnih sloboda osnovni je i najstariji instrument zaštite ljudskih prava koji se ostvaruje u sustavu Vijeća Europe. Konvencija je potpisana u Rimu, 4. studenog 1950. godine, a stupila je na snagu nakon što ju je ratificiralo osam europskih zemalja 1953. godine. Ona se naknadno nadopunjavala Protokolima kojih je trenutno 14. Shvaćanje da je promicanje prava i sloboda, jednakosti i vladavine prava sastavni dio razvoja demokratske Europe našlo je svoje mjesto u odredbama Konvencije. Svih 47 zemalja članica Vijeća Europe stranke su Konvencije čime su one preuzele obvezu njene primjene. To je za njih značilo izmjenu domaćeg zakonodavstva, ograničenje izuzeća utvrđenih prava na iznimne slučajeve i pod utvrđenim uvjetima te priznanje nadležnosti Europskog suda za ljudska prava.
KeywordsCouncil of Europe human rights European Court of Human Rights convention ratification
Parallel title (English)COUNCIL OF EUROPE AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Committee MembersVesna Jurin Bakotić
Ivan Malenica
Ljubo Runjić
GranterVeleučilište u Šibeniku
Lower level organizational unitsUprava
PlaceŠibenik
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Law
European Public Law
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeUndergraduate study of Administrative Law
Academic title abbreviationbacc.admin.publ.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-10-28
Parallel abstract (English)Human rights law has acquired a central role in Europe. The Council of Europe, the main supranational human rights organisation in the region, is considered to be effective and paradigmatic at international level, primarily because of the role of the European Court of Human Rights that monitors compliance with the European Convention on Human Rights. The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms is basic and the oldest human rights instrument that is realized in the system of the Council of Europe. The Convention was signed in Rome on 4 November 1950 and entered into force after being ratified by eight European countries in 1953. It was subsequently supplemented with 14 Protocols. Awareness of importance of the promotion of the rights and freedoms, equality and the rule of law are integral part of the development of democratic Europe has found its place in the Convention. All 47 member states of the Council of Europe are Convention Parties by which they undertook its application. For them it would mean changing domestic legislation exempting rights established in exceptional cases and under specific conditions and the recognition of the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Vijeće Europe ljudska prava Europski sud za ljudska prava konvencija ratifikacija
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Terms of usehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/hr/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:143:468637
CommitterNives Paškov Milošević