Coercive Overreach, Dilution and Diversion: Potential Dangers of Aligning Human Rights Protection with Criminal Law (Enforcement)

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Coercive Overreach, Dilution and Diversion: Potential Dangers of Aligning Human Rights Protection with Criminal Law (Enforcement). / Mavronicola, Natasa.

Coercive Human Rights: Positive Duties to Mobilise the Criminal Law under the ECHR. Hart Publishing, 2020. (Hart Studies in Security and Justice).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Mavronicola, N 2020, Coercive Overreach, Dilution and Diversion: Potential Dangers of Aligning Human Rights Protection with Criminal Law (Enforcement). in Coercive Human Rights: Positive Duties to Mobilise the Criminal Law under the ECHR. Hart Studies in Security and Justice, Hart Publishing.

APA

Mavronicola, N. (Accepted/In press). Coercive Overreach, Dilution and Diversion: Potential Dangers of Aligning Human Rights Protection with Criminal Law (Enforcement). In Coercive Human Rights: Positive Duties to Mobilise the Criminal Law under the ECHR (Hart Studies in Security and Justice). Hart Publishing.

Vancouver

Mavronicola N. Coercive Overreach, Dilution and Diversion: Potential Dangers of Aligning Human Rights Protection with Criminal Law (Enforcement). In Coercive Human Rights: Positive Duties to Mobilise the Criminal Law under the ECHR. Hart Publishing. 2020. (Hart Studies in Security and Justice).

Author

Mavronicola, Natasa. / Coercive Overreach, Dilution and Diversion: Potential Dangers of Aligning Human Rights Protection with Criminal Law (Enforcement). Coercive Human Rights: Positive Duties to Mobilise the Criminal Law under the ECHR. Hart Publishing, 2020. (Hart Studies in Security and Justice).

Bibtex

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RIS

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