Amendments of European Convention on Human Rights, Protocol No.14

Authors

  • Albana Karapanço
  • Ina Karapanço

Abstract

Human rights are defined as those rights which are fundamental to our nature and without them we cannot live as human
beings. This article is focused on the European Convention of Human Rights as a very important international treaty. The effective
machinery of European Convention of Human Rights, in an unique and unprecedented way has provided its data regularly to solve
individual requirements and also in the overall impact on international law and practice. The article is compiled in two parts: the center of
the first part is the European Convention of Human Rights in chronological flow and the second part is a detailed treatment of Protocol
No. 14. The European Convention on Human Rights has always been a dynamic act, reflecting the needs of time. Proof of such
dynamism is the large number of protocols that have entered into force and continuous improvements.The purpose of Protocol No. 14
was to extend the effectiveness of the Court to act and short proceedings.

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Published

2012-04-01

How to Cite

Karapanço, A. ., & Karapanço, I. . (2012). Amendments of European Convention on Human Rights, Protocol No.14. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3(8), 37. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/11234