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Fostering implementation of human rights adjudications at the domestic level by strengthening and clarifying the rules on exhaustion of domestic remedies: A lesson learned from the ECtHR leading and pilot judgment procedures

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subsidiarity, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, exhaustion of domestic remedies, pilot judgment, human rights, European Court of Human Rights

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Uzun Marinković , Ayşegűl, and Krešimir Kamber. 2016. “Fostering Implementation of Human Rights Adjudications at the Domestic Level by Strengthening and Clarifying the Rules on Exhaustion of Domestic Remedies: A Lesson Learned from the ECtHR Leading and Pilot Judgment Procedures.” In Moving Beyond the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What to Learn From International Human Rights Systems? : Papers.
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Uzun Marinković , A., & Kamber, K. (2016). Fostering implementation of human rights adjudications at the domestic level by strengthening and clarifying the rules on exhaustion of domestic remedies: A lesson learned from the ECtHR leading and pilot judgment procedures. Moving Beyond the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What to Learn From International Human Rights Systems? : papers. Presented at the Moving Beyond the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What to Learn From International Human Rights Systems?
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Uzun Marinković A, Kamber K. Fostering implementation of human rights adjudications at the domestic level by strengthening and clarifying the rules on exhaustion of domestic remedies: A lesson learned from the ECtHR leading and pilot judgment procedures. Moving Beyond the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What to Learn From International Human Rights Systems? : papers. 2016.
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Uzun Marinković , Ayşegűl, and Krešimir Kamber. “Fostering Implementation of Human Rights Adjudications at the Domestic Level by Strengthening and Clarifying the Rules on Exhaustion of Domestic Remedies: A Lesson Learned from the ECtHR Leading and Pilot Judgment Procedures.” Moving Beyond the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What to Learn From International Human Rights Systems? : Papers. 2016. Print.
@inproceedings{7073396,
  author       = {Uzun Marinković , Ayşegűl and Kamber, Krešimir},
  booktitle    = {Moving Beyond the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What to Learn From International Human Rights Systems? : papers},
  keywords     = {subsidiarity,Inter-American Court of Human Rights,exhaustion of domestic remedies,pilot judgment,human rights,European Court of Human Rights},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent},
  pages        = {19},
  title        = {Fostering implementation of human rights adjudications at the domestic level by strengthening and clarifying the rules on exhaustion of domestic remedies: A lesson learned from the ECtHR leading and pilot judgment procedures},
  year         = {2016},
}