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Title: Personal Freedom through Human Rights Law?Autonomy, Identity and Integrity under the European Convention on Human Rights
Authors: Marshall, Jill
Keywords: Human Rights
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Library of Congress Cataloging
Description: Th e [European Court of Human Rights] . . . reiterates that ‘private life’ is a broad term, encompassing, inter alia, aspects of an individual’s physical and social identity including the right to personal autonomy, personal development and to establish and develop relationships with other human beings and the outside world . . . [f ]urthermore, . . . the court has previously held that private life includes a person’s physical and psychological integrity and that the state is also under a positive obligation to secure to its citizens their right to eff ective respect for this integrity.
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/59580
ISBN: 978-90-04-17059-9
Appears in Collections:Human Right

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