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Rosalyn Higgins

relevance for the purpose of the ICJ action of the fact that an order for provisional measures had been issued by the European Court of Human Rights. 262 Higgins / Th e Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 7 (2008) 261–264 Th ese are just a few recent examples of the interactions

governments and courts and tribunals can help to maintain the integrity, impartiality and neutrality of interna- tional justice. Th is is probably assisted by the adoption of internal codes of ethics, as the European Court of Human Rights has done. 19. Th e conference took due note of the fact that it could

Jamil Ddamulira Mujuzi

who have been transferred from their countries of nationality to The Hague (for the icty and icc ) and Arusha (for the ictr ). Before the Charles Taylor 2015 decision, there was one case in which an international tribunal, in this case the European Court of Human Rights, had dealt with the

Thomas Henquet

the Netherlands before the then European Commission of Human Rights and the European Court of Human rights (‘ECtHR’), respectively, for denying ‘access to justice’ under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights (‘ echr ’). The Netherlands prevailed both times. The law on the immunity of

Tobias Lock

Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 8 (2009) 375–398 present article will focus on the future relationship between two of the busiest international courts in the world: the Court of Justice of the Euro- pean Communities (ECJ) and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). In a

Paul Mahoney

) Bangalore Commentary , footnote 6 above, §26, p. 41. 36) See, Judicial Independence: Law and Practice of Appointments to the European Court of Human Rights , report drawn up by a group of eminent European jurists under the chairmanship of Pro- fessor Jutta Limbach, former President of the German

Ulf Andreas Weber and August Reinisch

Political Rights (ICCPR), 27 the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), 28 and others 29 include a right of access to court. For the European Convention this was expressly acknowledged in a number of judgments where the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) held that Article 6 (1) ECHR “embodie[d] the

Niels Blokker

analysis of the UN’s ‘authorization practice’ would be necessary to provide answers 13) See , e.g. , (with regard to the authorization to KFOR) European Court of Human Rights, Grand Chamber Decision as to the Admissibility of Application No. 71412/01, Behrami v. France , and Application No. 78166

Eirik Bjorge

European Convention on Human Rights, 52 consistently referred to by the European Court of Human Rights as “a constitutional instrument of European public order”. 53 On the one hand there is Article 32 and the jurisprudence of the Court applying that provision. Article 32 of the echr stipulates that the

Philippe Sands

Former Yugo- slavia Nina Vajic, Judge, European Court of Human Rights The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 10 (2011) 1–15 15 Legal Secretaries Makane Mbengue, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva Arman Sarvarian, Phd Candidate, University College London Administrator