The monthly overview of human rights journal articles, compiled by the documentalists of my home base, the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) again contains a range of ECHR-related articles:
First, in several issues of the Goettingen Journal of International Law. Recently:
* B. Bowring, ‘The Russian Federation, Protocol no. 14 (and 14bis) , and the battle for the soul of the ECHR’ (2010, vol. 2, no. 2) pp. 589-618.
* C. Janik and T. Kleinlein, ‘When Soering went to Iraq....: problems of jurisdiction, extraterritorial effect of norm conflicts in light of the European Court of Human Rights' Al-Saadoon case’ (2009, vol. 1, no. 3) pp. 459-518.
Most of the first issue of volume 26 of the Journal of Law and Religion (2010/2011) is dedicated to religion and the ECHR:
* B. Scharffs, ‘Symposium introduction: the freedom of religion and belief jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights: legal, moral, political and religious perspectives’, pp. 249-260.
* Z. Calo, ‘Pluralism, secularism and the European Court of Human Rights’, pp. 261-280.
* G. Robbers, ‘Church autonomy in the European Court of Human Rights - recent developments in Germany’, pp. 281-320.
* C. Evans, ‘Individual and group religious freedom in the European Court of Human Rights: cracks in the intellectual architecture’, pp. 321-343.
* M. Evans, ‘From cartoons to crucifixes: current controversies concerning the freedom of religion and the freedom of expression before the European Court of Human Rights’, pp. 345-370.
In the periodical Religion and Human Rights (2011, vol. 6, no. 1), the following article has been published:
* P. Slotte, ‘Securing freedom whilst enhancing competence: the "knowledge about christianity, religions and life stances" subject and the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights, pp. 41-73.
And finally, the German Law Journal in its vol. 11, no. 5 of 2010 includes:
* C. Tomuschat, ‘The effects of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights according to the German constitutional court’, pp. 513-526.
* C. Coors, ‘Headwind from Europe: the new position of the German courts on personality rights after the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights’, pp. 527-538.