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The European Convention on Human Rights is undoubtedly the most concrete expression by the Member States of the Council of Europe of their profound belief in the values of democracy, peace and justice and, through them, respect for the rights and fundamental freedoms of persons living in our society. Although this instrument is over 40 years old, it has evolved and continues to do so, not only through the case law of the European Commission and Court of Human Rights, but also through the addition of Protocols strengthening the rights and improving the protection mechanism.;This revised edition of the 1987 ""Collected Texts"" gives lawyers and any other interested persons up-to-date information on all these instruments and on the texts relating to the working of the bodies set up by the Convention.