Jurisprudence of the Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Volume 43, The Cases 00-4800/00-5122

Edited by: Simone Fennell

In the aftermath of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina was established under Annex 6 to the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Dayton Peace Agreement). The Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina was first constituted in March 1996. Many changes have taken place since the Chamber issued its first decision on the merits in the case: CH/96/01 Matanovic v. the Republika Srpska. The Chamber has deliberated, debated, and decided on a couple of thousand cases involving a diverse range of alleged violations of human rights. Over the years, it has established itself as an effective and impartial judicial institution that has earned the trust and confidence of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Chamber has jurisdiction, not only in relation to allegations that the rights protected in the European Convention are not respected and secured, but also on alleged discrimination in the enjoyment of rights protected by other international treaties (Article II(2)(b) of Annex 6). Volume 43 of this series contains the Chamber's case numbers 00-4800 to 00-5122. When this series is complete, all the cases of the Chamber will have been included. (Series: Jurisprudence of the Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina - Vol. 43) [Subject: Human Rights Law]


Publication Date: 2/19/2015
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9789462402157