Civil Liberties and Human Rights
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Tuesday 9 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

1A       Alan Greene (Durham)

            Defining Terrorism and Judicial Review: The Terrorism Act 2000 in Practice and in the                     Courts

1B       Gavin Phillipson (Durham)

             Deference and Dialogue in the Real-Word Counter-Terror Context

1C       Rayner Thwaites (Sydney)

             Procedural Fairness as Empty?  Procedural Fairness and National Security in Australia and the United Kingdom


Session 2: Tuesday 9 September 2014 16.00-17.30 Room

THE ECHR IN STRASBOURG: PROCEDURE AND SUBSTANCE

2A       Fiona de Londras (Durham)

             Referral to the Grand Chamber and Constitutionalist Threshold Decisions: A Modest                         Proposal for Reform

2B       Ryan Goss (ANU,Canberra)

            Rethinking Art 6 Fair Trial Rights: Does the ECtHR’s “Fourth Instance Doctrine” Hold                     Water?

2C       Natasa Mavronicola (Queen's University Belfast)

            Interpreting Inhumanity in Strasbourg: Regional Endeavour, Global Implications


Session 3 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS

3A      Rhoda Asikia Ige (University of Lagos, Nigeria)

            African Feminism and the Development of International Human Rights

3B      Ilias Trispiotis (UCL)

            Deconstructing the Tension between Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment

3C       Aldo Zammit Borda (KCL)

            Law Enforcement Perspectives on EU Counter-terrorism Co-operation


Session 4 Wednesday 10 September 2014 09.00-10.30 Room

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIONS

4A       Benedict Douglas (Durham)

             Let’s Get Metaphysical: Interpreting Article 8 using Sartre and Gewirth

4B        Carmen Draghici (City)

             The Value of Strasbourg Judgments in the Interpretation of the Human Rights Act

4C       Antonia Baraggia (Milan)

             National Constitutional Courts and Fundamental Rights Protection in the European                        Legal System: a Comparative Overview

Other

Wednesday 10  September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

Panel Discussion

Stephen Bailey (Nottingham), David Feldman (Cambridge), Helen Fenwick (Durham), Conor Gearty (LSE)

The Future of Civil Liberties and Human Rights

Abstracts

National Constitutional Courts and Fundamental Rights Protection in the European Legal System: a Comparative Overview by Antonia Baraggia.
Deconstructing the Tension between Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment by Ilias Trispiotis.
Interpreting inhumanity in Strasbourg: regional endeavour, global implications by Natasa Mavronicola.
Defining Terrorism and Judicial Review: The Terrorism Act 2000 in Practice and in the Courts by Alan Greene.
African Feminism and the Development of International Human Rights by Rhoda Asikia Ige.
Deference and Dialogue in the Real-World Counter-Terror Context by Gavin Phillipson.
Let’s Get Metaphysical: Interpreting Article 8 using Sartre and Gewirth by Ben Douglas.
Procedural Fairness as Empty and National Security in Australia and the United Kingdom by Rayner Thwaites.
The Value of Strasbourg Judgments in the Interpretation of the Human Rights Act The by THE AUTHOR.
Does the ECtHR’s ‘fourth instance doctrine’ hold water? by Ryan Goss.
Procedural Fairness as Empty? Procedural Fairness and National Security in Australia and the United by Rayner Thwaites.
Referral to the Grand Chamber and Constitutionalist Threshold Decisions: A Modest Proposal for Reform by Fiona de Londras.
Law Enforcement Perspectives on EU Counter-terrorism Co-operation Aldo Zammit by Aldo Zammit Borda.
The Human Rights Act in the shadow of the European Convention: are copyist's errors allowed? by Carmen Draghici.

Papers

The Perspectives of Counter-terrorism Operatives on EU Counter-terrorism Law and Policy by Cian C. Murphy, Aldo Zammit Borda & Lucy Hoyte.
LET’S GET METAPHYSICAL: ARTICLE 8, SARTRE AND GEWIRTH by Benedict Douglas.

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