Interpreting the protection guaranteed by two-stage rights in the European Convention on human rights: The case for wide interpretation

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationShaping rights in the ECHR
    Subtitle of host publicationThe role of the European Court of human rights in determining the scope of human rights
    EditorsE. Brems, J. Gerards
    Place of PublicationCambridge
    PublisherCambridge University Press
    Pages65-84
    Number of pages19
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    van der Schyff, G. (2013). Interpreting the protection guaranteed by two-stage rights in the European Convention on human rights: The case for wide interpretation. In E. Brems, & J. Gerards (Eds.), Shaping rights in the ECHR: The role of the European Court of human rights in determining the scope of human rights (pp. 65-84). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    van der Schyff, G. / Interpreting the protection guaranteed by two-stage rights in the European Convention on human rights : The case for wide interpretation. Shaping rights in the ECHR: The role of the European Court of human rights in determining the scope of human rights. editor / E. Brems ; J. Gerards. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. pp. 65-84
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    van der Schyff, G 2013, Interpreting the protection guaranteed by two-stage rights in the European Convention on human rights: The case for wide interpretation. in E Brems & J Gerards (eds), Shaping rights in the ECHR: The role of the European Court of human rights in determining the scope of human rights. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 65-84.

    Interpreting the protection guaranteed by two-stage rights in the European Convention on human rights : The case for wide interpretation. / van der Schyff, G.

    Shaping rights in the ECHR: The role of the European Court of human rights in determining the scope of human rights. ed. / E. Brems; J. Gerards. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. p. 65-84.

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    van der Schyff G. Interpreting the protection guaranteed by two-stage rights in the European Convention on human rights: The case for wide interpretation. In Brems E, Gerards J, editors, Shaping rights in the ECHR: The role of the European Court of human rights in determining the scope of human rights. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2013. p. 65-84