As the days turn darker and colder here in the Netherlands, here is a new selection of recent ECHR-related journal articles for you to read:
* C. Bratic, 'A comparative approach to understanding developments in privacy rights in the European Court of Human Rights', Columbia Journal of European Law (vol. 19, no. 2, 2012-2013) pp. 341-368.
* F. Staiano, 'Good mothers, bad mothers: transnational mothering in the European Court of Human Rights’ case law', European Journal of Migration and Law (vol. 15, no. 2, 2013) pp. 155-182.
* K. Yoshida, 'Towards intersectionality in the European Court of Human Rights: the case of B.S. v Spain', Feminist Legal Studies (vol. 21, no. 2, 2013) pp. 195-204.
* L. Lavrysen, 'No ‘significant flaws’ in the regulatory framework: E.S. v. Sweden and the lowering of standards in the positive obligations case-law of the European Court of Human Rights', Human Rights & International Legal Discourse (no. 1, 2013).
* I. Ziemele, 'Customary international law in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights - the method', Law and practice of internationalcourts and tribunals (vol. 12, no. 2, 2013) pp. 243-252.
* J. Nozawa, 'Drawing the line: same-sex adoption and the jurisprudence of the ECtHR on the application of the "European consensus" standard under Article 14', Merkourios (vol. 29, no. 77, 2013) pp. 66-75.
* M. Eriksson, 'The prevention of human trafficking - regulating domestic criminal legislation through the European Convention on Human Rights', Nordic Journal of International Law (vol. 82, no. 3, 2013) pp. 339-368.
And some ECHR-related blog entries:
* * Philip Leach and Alice Donald, ‘Hostility to the European Court and the risks of contagion’ on ukhumanrightsblog. ·
* * Saïla Ouald Chaib, ‘Mann Singh wins turban case in Geneva after losing in Strasbourg’ on Strasbourg Observers.
* Laurens Lavrysen, ‘Failure to protect minor against stepfather filming her naked violates Article 8: Grand Chamber agrees with our third party intervention in Söderman v. Sweden’ on the same blog.
Finally, a report of the conference "Human Rights Education in Russia and Other European States" which was held in Yekaterinburg last month, has been made available by its organiser and fellow ECHR expert, Anton Burkov.