Recent books

Smet: Resolving Conflicts between Human Rights: the Judge's Dilemma

Lavrysen: Human Rights in a Positive State

Voorhoof and Lievens: European Media Law

Janssens: Annotated Legal Documents on Islam in Belgium

Haeck ea: Inter American Court of Human Rights...

... Desmet ea: Routledge International Handbook of Children's Rights

Brems ea: Human Rights and Development...

Haeck & Brems: Human Rights and Civil Liberties in the 21st Century

Haeck ea: The Realisation of Human Rights...

Brems: The Experiences of Face Veil Wearers...

Brems: Diversity and European Human Rights...

Brems & Gerards: Shaping Rights...

http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/law/human-rights/shaping-rights-echr-role-european-court-human-rights-determining-scope-human-rights

Voorhoof & McGonagle: Freedom of Expression...

Burbano-Herrera: Provisional Measures in the Case Law...

Selected Articles

Ouald Chaib: Procedural Fairness as a Vehicle for Inclusion in Freedom of Religion Jurisprudence

Smet: Conscientious Objection to Same-sex Marriages…

Verdonck: How the ECtHR evaded the debate...

Peroni: Violence against migrant women

Corradi and Desmet: special section: Children and young people in legally plural...

Voorhoof: The European Convention on Human Rights...

Brems & Lavrysen: Don't use a sledge hammer to crack a nut

Burbano-Herrera & Viljoen: Danger and fear in prison

Desmet ea: Walking a tight Rope...

Verdonck: Human Rights in the age of economic globalization...

Smet: Conflicts between Absolute Rights...

Peroni & Timmer: Vulnerable groups...

Legal Opinions and Amicus Briefs

Legal opinion on request of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights “on the international human rights standards applicable to the right to (political) freedom of expression of public servants”, in the pending case of Rocio San Miguel Sosa and others v. Venezuela, in the case nr. 12.923, by Dirk Voorhoof (February 2017), PDF Legal Opinion Voorhoof

This submission – Amicus Brief – by Open Society Institute in the case of State Attorney of Israel v. Breaking the Silence, is co-authored by Eva Brems and Dirk Voorhoof. It provides an overview of international law and standards relevant to the protection of sources of NGOs, as well as legal precedents established at the domestic level in various democratic societies.  Downloadable PDF

Selected Chapters

Brems & Van Gelder: Engaged Visual Art as a Tool for Normative Renewal in International Human Rights

Murati: Surrogate state's approach to transitional justice

Nicolosi: The treatment of irregular migrants...

Peroni: Religious and Ethnic Minorities in the ECtHR...

Voorhoof: Freedom of Expression and the Right to Information...

Voorhoof: Freedom of Expression, Media ...

Verdonck: The quest for effective remedies....

Smet: The Absolute Prohibition of Torture...

http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/law/human-rights/shaping-rights-echr-role-european-court-human-rights-determining-scope-human-rights
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