Thesis topic proposal
Sándor Szemesi
Human rights in the theory and practice of the Council of Europe and its organs and institutions


Institute: University of Debrecen
Géza Marton Doctoral School of Legal Studies

Thesis supervisor: Sándor Szemesi
Location of studies (in Hungarian): ÁJK A/213. szoba
Abbreviation of location of studies: A/213

Description of the research topic:

The research focuses on the recent developments of international human rights law, with special regard to the activity of the Council of Europe and its organs and institutions. It is possible to examine only the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights concerning one or more rights incorporated into the European Convention on Human Rights, and/or the theory and practice of other organs and institutions of the Council or Europe (e.g. CPT, Venice Commission, etc.), or to examine the similarities and interferences between the case-law of international judicial organs dealing with human rights cases (with special regard to the legal relationship between the European Court of Justice seated in Luxemburg and the European Court of Human Rights seated in Strasbourg).

Required language skills: English (angol)
Number of students who can be accepted: 2

Deadline for application: 2016-12-31

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