The charter of fundamental rights of the European Union: Pandora’s box or panacea?

Ryland, Diane (2003) The charter of fundamental rights of the European Union: Pandora’s box or panacea? In: European Union and Enlargement, 31 Jan 2003, University of Lincoln.

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Abstract

Aims to trace the legal bases for the protection of fundamental rights in the European Community and the European Union, but looks here at internal policy only. Though there was no basis in the Treaty of Rome (1957) for human rights, the European Court of Justice has declared that fundamental human rights are enshrined in the general principles of Community law and thereby protected by the Court. Investigates the Charter, in full, herein

Additional Information:Managerial Law 45, 5/6
Keywords:International law, Human rights, European Union, Enlargement of European Union, bmjtype
Subjects:L Social studies > L420 International Social Policy
M Law > M130 Public International Law
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:702
Deposited On:27 Sep 2007

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