Looking at itself: the character of the European Court of Human Rights in its judgments
By Yuliia Khyzhniak
René Magritte, La réproduction interdite, 1937
The judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR/Court) represent the most conspicuous form of its communication with external audiences. These judgments convey both legal messages as well as the way the Court sees itself as an institution. The latter is what this post will briefly scrutinise through a narrative analysis of ECtHR case-law. More...