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Bulletin 16.2: Increasing the Impact of Human Rights Litigation

Area Date
Europe
Africa
Latin America
17/01/2011
Programme Keywords
Europe
Africa
Equality
Economic and Social Rights
International Standards
Judicial Reform
Interpretation

Bulletin 16.2: Increasing the Impact of Human Rights Litigation: Implementation of Judgments and Decisions
Edited by Constantin Cojocariu and Rachel Fleetwood

Contents

Editorial
Joanne Sawyer

Bridging the Enforcement Gap: Compliance of States Parties with Decisions of Human Rights Treaty Bodies
Lutz Oette

Implementing the Romanian Roma Pogrom Judgments: A Case Study
Constantin Cojocariu

State Compliance Under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights
Frans Viljoen

Implementation of Shtukaturov v Russia: Challenges and Strategies
Dmitri Bartenev and Yuri Marchenko

Implementation of an ECOWAS Court judgment: Hadijatou Mani Koraou v The Republic of Niger
Helen Duffy

Did Mrs Grootboom Get Her House?: The Challenge of Enforcing Economic and Social Rights Judgments
Iain Byrne

A Strategy for Improving the Level of Implementation of Judgments in the Inter-American System
Viviana Krsticevic

Implementation of Judgments: Making International and Regional Litigation Meaningful
David C. Baluarte and Christian M. De Vos

The One Year Anniversary of the Human Rights Implementation Centre
Elina Steinerte

International Law Reports

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