European Human Rights Law Reporter

The European continent suffered much devastation from the effects of World War II. To renew efforts of peacekeeping and cooperation with one another after the war ended, leaders throughout the region sought cooperation and founded organisations to protect Human RIghts and to prevent another massacre in future.
Today, these organizations have evolved to address many overlapping issues, all dealing to some extent with human rights, though the Council of Europe remains the most involved.
The European Human Rights law reporter is a journal that that contains judicial opinions from a selection of case law from the ECHR concerning European Human Rights. However, domestic case law concerning European Human Rights is also thoroughly researched. Thus, this series offers an in-depth overview of today’s most important human rights developments in the European region.