Human rights (HR) are of central importance to the European society and, today more than ever, public opinion turns its attention to human rights violations. The interest, initially limited to the gross violations, is now extended to the less evident, but no longer negligible, which happens daily even in the most advanced countries.
Other forms of safeguard at European and international levels now guarantee the protection of HR and fundamental freedoms after centuries of exclusive competence of the states. Among them, the system created after World War Two by the Council ...
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