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Designed and written specifically for students of human rights law Principles of Irish Human Rights Law discusses and analyses each key ‘human right’ in turn. Each "Right" is examined through the three primary human rights instruments: the Irish Constitution; the ECHR; and the Charter of Fundamental Rights. Each instrument is examined and explained giving an overview of the particular “right”, discussing and analyzing in which situations that the right is engaged including an examination of situations which constitute an interference with the right and what justifications may arise for such interferences.
Principles of Irish Human Rights Law examines the often-neglected area of procedural issues, including the initial application of human rights instruments in Ireland, together with their territorial and extra-territorial jurisdiction. In addition, this book looks at the effect of the Charter of Fundamental Rights together with the future of the Irish Constitution and the ECHR.
This book is a must for all students of human rights law and related subjects. It will also be an invaluable resource for all lawyers requiring a reference to human rights issues as a comprehensive yet accessible text aiding clearer understanding of the application of human rights in Ireland.