New eBook: Freedom of Expression, the Media and Journalists, Case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

19 10 2015

ThemesENFULLThe European Audiovisual Observatory has published a new free eBook, Freedom of Expression, the Media and Journalists. The book can be downloaded from this link.

This 400 page book by the European Audiovisual Observatory, part of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, offers an unparalleled overview of 240 different court cases based on or around Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights – guaranteeing freedom of speech and information.

The summaries included in the e-book have been reported in IRIS – Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory between 1994 and 2015 and can be retrieved from our legal database, IRIS Merlin. The summaries have not been re-edited for present purposes, although hyperlinks to other judgments or reference texts have been introduced, as relevant; subsequent developments (eg. referrals of Chamber judgments to the Grand Chamber) have been indicated.  It is up to date to July 2015.

The structure of the e-book is as follows:

1.    Table of cases: an overview of all the cases summarised, including bibliographic data, keywords, hyperlinks to the individual summaries and hyperlinks to the full texts of the judgments or decisions.

2.    Introduction by Dirk Voorhoof to trends and developments in the European Court of Human Rights’ case-law on Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights in the period 1994-2015.

3.    Compilation of case-law summaries.

4.  Appendices:

I: Cases reported in IRIS, but not included in the main selection (i.e., cases that were struck off the list/in which friendly settlements were reached).
II: Overview of cases in alphabetical order.

This publication has been authored by Dirk Voorhoof (Ghent and Copenhagen Universities) and edited by Tarlach McGonagle of Amsterdam’s Institute for Information Law (IViR).

This book complements the first two volumes in the IRIS Themes series standard-setting on freedom of expression and the media by the Council of Europe’s (I) Committee of Ministers and (II) Parliamentary Assembly.


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[…] text of the European Convention on Human Rights. Inforrm’s Blog stated of the ebook: “This 400 page book by the European Audiovisual Observatory, part of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, offers an unparalleled overview of 240 different court cases […]

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