Edited by Jani McCutcheon and Fiona McGaughey
Chapter 24: Art and human rights law
This chapter focuses on international case law regarding art and the human right to freedom of expression. The application of that right to art is discussed in relation to the following themes: national security, morality and religious sensibilities, political art, hate hart, and public order restrictions. Finally, the problematic restrictions imposed by non-state actors are explored. It will be concluded that the international law on freedom of artistic expression should be more robust, and should take greater account of the unique and anarchic nature of art.
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