Chapter 4: European human rights protection: towards a multi-level and interdependent system based on cooperation
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What are the intricate interrelations between concurrent human rights jurisdictions? His final recommendation calls for a harmonious co-existence. According to him, the interplay between the single protection systems has to be based on discourse and argumentative persuasion. Then it can, irrespective of the decision-making competence of individual courts, also tolerate individual cases of collision: by forcing a debate on different possible interpretations, they can contribute to stabilising human rights protection in the long run.

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