This week brings another batch of academic writings on the European Convention. First off, the Utrecht Law Review's most recent issue (Volume 9, Issue 1, January 2013) includes a special thematic section on 'EU and ECHR: Conflict or Harmony?'. Articles include (amongst others):
* Sybe de Vries, 'Editorial - EU and ECHR: Conflict or Harmony?'
* Suzanne D. Burri, 'Towards More Synergy in the Interpretation of the Prohibition of Sex Discrimination in European Law? A Comparison of Legal Contexts and some Case Law of the EU and the ECHR'
* Albertine Veldman, 'The Protection of the Fundamental Right to Strike within the Context of the European Internal Market: Implications of the Forthcoming Accession of the EU to the ECHR'
* Frans Pennings, 'Non-Discrimination on the Ground of Nationality in Social Security: What are the Consequences of the Accession of the EU to the ECHR?'
The American University international law review (Vol. 27, no. 1, 2011/2012) features:
* B. Weinstein, 'Reproductive choice in the hands of the state: the right to abortion under the European Convention on Human Rights in light of A, B & C v. Ireland', pp. 391-438.
Finally, the newest issue of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly includes an article on that same case:
* Fiona de Londras and Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, 'Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, A, B & C v. Ireland', pp. 250-262.