Louise Halleskov Storgaard

Composing Europe's Fundamental Rights Area: A Case for Discursive Pluralism

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The article offers a perspective on how the objective of a strong and coherent European protection standard pursued by the fundamental rights amendments of the Lisbon Treaty can be achieved as it, more specifically, proposes a discursive pluralistic framework to understand and guide the relationship between the EU Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. It is argued that this framework, which is suggested as an alternative approach for the CJEU to understand of and interact with the Strasbourg system than that used in Opinion 2/13 and its Charter based case law, has a firm doctrinal, case law and normative basis. The article ends by addressing three of the most pertinent challenges to European fundamental rights protection through the prism of the proposed framework.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftCambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies
Vol/bind17
Tidsskriftsnummer1
Sider (fra-til)210-246
Antal sider37
ISSN1528-8870
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StatusUdgivet - 2015

    Forskningsområder

  • EU Charter, Fundamental Rights, European Convention on Human Rights, Opinion 2/13, Pluralism

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