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Human Rights<br />
Starter<br />What do we know so far?<br />
Differences<br />European Convention of Human Rights – This was created to prevent the horrors of the second world war eve...
European Convention on Human Rights<br />Just because a state has ratified the Convention does not mean it has to incorpor...
Advantages and Disadvantages<br />
Activity<br />If you could only keep 3 Human Rights which 3 would they be and why?<br />
Bill of Rights<br />A Bill of Rights lays down the rights which, by law, can be enjoyed by the citizens of that country.<b...
Bill of Rights<br />
Activity<br />Look up the case of Venables and Thompson and discuss the “conflicting” Human Rights of the applicants and r...
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  1. 1. Human Rights<br />
  2. 2. Starter<br />What do we know so far?<br />
  3. 3. Differences<br />European Convention of Human Rights – This was created to prevent the horrors of the second world war ever happening again. It includes the list of rights you are entitled to.<br />European Court of Human Rights – This was set up to deal with the claims concerning breaches of the ECHR<br />
  4. 4. European Convention on Human Rights<br />Just because a state has ratified the Convention does not mean it has to incorporate the provisions into its domestic law: each state can choose to do so.<br />By not having it incorporated into the domestic law means if someone has a complaint they have to take it to the European Court of Human Rights and are unable to take it through the domestic courts instead.<br />
  5. 5. Advantages and Disadvantages<br />
  6. 6. Activity<br />If you could only keep 3 Human Rights which 3 would they be and why?<br />
  7. 7. Bill of Rights<br />A Bill of Rights lays down the rights which, by law, can be enjoyed by the citizens of that country.<br />The UK is unusual as it does not have a Bill of Rights<br />
  8. 8. Bill of Rights<br />
  9. 9. Activity<br />Look up the case of Venables and Thompson and discuss the “conflicting” Human Rights of the applicants and respondents.<br />
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