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“Protecting human rights has a high cost, but it is not a luxury” (Sir N. Bratza, former President of the European Court of Human Rights). The present book aims at exploring if this statement of principle corresponds to the real approach of the European Court of Human Rights when examining complaints submitted by citizens affected by the austerity measures. Does the European Convention on Human Rights provide for a minimum standard of protection of economic and social rights? Which is the impact of the economic crisisupon the national margin of appreciation of states in the protection of economic and social rights? Is this national margin of appreciation radically influenced by the recent European Union’s policies? Does the Strasbourg Court have a more strict approach, towards a higher protection of the applicant, when the “hard-core” civil and political human rights are affected by the austerity measures? The book focuses on the relevant recent case-law of the Strasbourg Court in order to provide an answer to these questions.
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