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Freedom of expression : essays in honour of Nicolas Bratza, president of the European Court of Human Rights / [Josep Casadevall ... et al., eds.].


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English, French. In English with one article in French.
Publication date:
Oisterwijk, The Netherlands : Wolf Legal Publishers, c2012.
  • Book
  • viii, 572 p. : ill. (some col.), 1 port. ; 24 cm.
Title Variation:
Essays in honour of Nicolas Bratza, president of the European Court of Human Rights
"Council of Europe"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • The opinions, separate and otherwise, of Judge Nicolas Bratza / Michael O'Boyle
  • Media freedom and human rights in Europe / Thomas Hammarberg
  • When is there a public interest in private life? / Robert Walker
  • Media intrusion and human rights : striking the balance / Lady Justice Arden
  • Phone-hacking, the famous and a free media : balancing freedom of the press and privacy / Philip Leach
  • Responsible journalism and the common law / Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers
  • About court jesters : freedom of expression and duties and responsibilities of journalists / Egbert Myjer
  • The protection of journalists' sources / George Nicolaou
  • Media professionals and penalties for defamation / Paivi Hirvela
  • The right of reply / Davíð Þór Björgvinsson
  • Political speech and political equality / Brenda Hale
  • The advertisement of religious belief : what think ye of Murphy? / Erik Fribergh and John Darcy
  • Where angels fear to tread / Lord Neuberger
  • La liberté d'expression des juges de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme / Jean-Paul Costa
  • L'avocat et la liberté d'expression / Josep Casadevall
  • Witnesses and the right to remain silent / Stan Naismith
  • Free speech of civil servants and other public employees / Paul Mahoney
  • When to say is to do : freedom of expression and hate speech in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights / Françoise Tulkens
  • The right to offend / Anthony Lester
  • Blasphemy and religious insult : offenses to religious feelings or attacks on freedom? / Luis López Guerra
  • Article 17 ECHR and freedom of speech in Strasbourg practice / Mark E. Villiger
  • Symbolic speech / Lech Garlicki
  • Freedom of expression and incitement to violence / Giovanni Bonello
  • Variations on an original theme : music and human rights / Dean Spielmann
  • Words in the workplace / Karen Reid
  • The internet and freedom of expression : a "brave new world" and the ECtHR's evolving case-law / Nina Vajić and Panayotis Voyatzis
  • Freedom of expression and EU law / Peter Roth
  • Whistleblowers : the new watchdogs? / Anna Austin
  • The importance of the Court's case-law in Central and Eastern Europe / Nuala Mole
  • Freedom of expression in situations of emergency and armed conflict / Françoise J. Hampson
  • The chilling effect of counter-terrorism measures : a comparative analysis of electronic surveillance laws in Europe and the USA / Elisabet Fura and Mark Klamberg
  • Voices in the classroom : freedom of expression and educational provision / Jim Murdoch
  • Libel and defamation in Malta : a historical sketch / Vincent A. De Gaetano
  • Some thoughts on the principle of subsidiarity and margin of appreciation in the context of freedom of expression / Matti Pellonpää
  • Handyside, 35 years down the road / Sally Dollé and Clare Ovey
  • Article 10 : issues of fairness, proof and evidence / Lawrence Early.
Casadevall, Josep.
Council of Europe.

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