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Svoboda izražanja v novejši praksi ESČP
Milavec, Laura (Author), Ribičič, Ciril (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Avtorica najprej predstavi pravico do svobode izražanja, katera je ena izmed temeljnih pravic v demokratični družbi. 10. člen Evropske konvencije o človekovih pravicah svobodo izražanja opredeljuje in določa pogoje, pod katerimi lahko države posegajo v uveljavljanje pravice. Avtorica nato analizira najnovejšo sodno prakso Evropskega sodišča za človekove pravice v zvezi s svobodo izražanja in primere razvrsti glede na legitimne cilje, kateri morajo biti zasledovani, da bo poseg v pravico upravičen. Pregled sodne prakse razkriva širok domet in zaščito pravice do svobode izražanja. Iz sodne prakse izhaja tudi, da je potrebno omejitve svobode izražanja razlagati restriktivno, še zlasti tedaj, ko gre za politične razprave ali za razprave o drugih zadevah v javnem interesu. Pravica do svobode izražanja najpogosteje pride v kolizijo s pravico do zasebnosti in s pravico do časti in dobrega imena. Za vzpostavitev pravičnega ravnotežja med kolidirajočima pravicama morajo domača sodišča upoštevati merila, ki jih je v svoji sodni praksi izoblikovalo Evropsko sodišče za človekove pravice. Republika Slovenija je bila zaradi kršitve 10. člena Evropske konvencije o človekovih pravicah obsojena enkrat. Avtorica sodbo analizira ter obravnava tudi relevantne odločbe domačih sodišč. Avtorica zaključi z ugotovitvijo, da je obsodba Republike Slovenije vplivala na poznejšo sodno prakso Ustavnega sodišča v zvezi s pravico do svobode izražanja.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:svoboda izražanja, Evropsko sodišče za človekove pravice, Slovenija pred ESČP, kolizija človekovih pravic, spori med novinarji in javnimi osebami
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Year:2016
COBISS.SI-ID:15367761 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Freedom of expression in European Court of Human Rights latest case law
Abstract:
Initially, author presents the right to freedom of expression which is one of the fundamental rights in a democratic society. Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights defines the right and stipulates the conditions under which a state may legitimately interfere with the exercise of the right. Subsequently, author analyses the latest European Court of Human Rights case law regarding to the freedom of expression and classifies cases according to legitimate aims which must be pursued to justify the interference with the right. The review of the case law reveals a broad interpretation and the high protection afforded to the right. Case law also demonstrate that limitations of the right to freedom of expression must be restrictively interpreted especially when it comes to political debate or other matters of public interest. The right to freedom of expression most often conflicts with the right to privacy, honour and reputation. To strike a fair balance between the competing rights, the domestic courts must follow the criteria developed trought European Court of Human Rights case law. The Republic of Slovenia had been convicted once because of violation of Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Author analyses the judgement and also discusses relevant domestic court’s judgements. Author concludes that convinction of the Republic of Slovenia influenced on later case law of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia regarding to the freedom of expression.

Keywords:freedom of expression, European Court of Human Rights, Slovenia before the European Court of Human Rights, conflict of human rights, disputes between journalists and public figures

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