OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS

ARTICLE-BY-ARTICLE COMMENTARIES ON THE CHARTER

  • Bifulco, R., Cartabia, M. and Celotto, A. (2001), L’Europa dei diritti: Commento alla Carta dei diritti fondamentali dell’Unione Europea, il Mulino, Bologna.
  • Coghian N. Steiert M. (eds.) (2020), The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union: the travaux préparatoires and selected documents
  • Holoubek, M. and Lienbacher, G. (eds.) (2019), Commentary on the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (GRC-Kommentar), 2nd edition, Manz, Vienna;
  • Kellerbauer, M., Klamert, M. and Tomkin J. (eds.) (2019), Commentary on the EU Treaties and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Mangas Martin, A. (2008), Carta de los derechos fundamentales de la Unión Europea: Comentario, artículo por artículo, Fundacion BBVA, Bilbao.
  • Mastroianni, R., Allegrezza, S., Razzolini, O., Pollicino, O. and Pappalardo, F. (eds.) (2017), Carta dei diritti fondamentali dell’Unione Europea, Giuffrè, Milano;
  • Meyer, J. and Hölscheidt, S. (eds.) (2019),  Charta der Grundrechte der Europäischen Union: Kommentar, (Commentary on the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union) 5th edition.
  • Peers, S., Hervey, T., Kenner, J. and Ward, A. (scheduled for 2021), The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: A commentary, 2nd edition, CH Beck Hart Nomos, Oxford;
  • Picod, F., Rizcallah, C. and Van Drooghenbroeck, S. (2020), Charte des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne: Commentaire article par article (Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union: Commentary article-byarticle), Bruylant, Bruxelles. 
  • Sachpekidou E., Tagaras Ch., Kanellopoulou-Malouchou N., Karagiannis V., Lentzis D., Marouda M.-N., Sarmas D., Takis A., Tsolka O., (2020), Κατ’ άρθρο ερμηνεία του Χάρτη των Θεμελιωδών Δικαιωμάτων της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης (Article-By-Article Commentary Of The Eu Charter Of Fundamental Rights ), Nomiki Bibliothiki, 752 p.
  • Toggenburg G. (2019 - 2021), All EU-r rights, Online series published in the EURAC Research in English, Blog (and partly available also in Italian on Lo Spiegone)

OTHER DOCUMENTS, SOURCES AND TOOLS (mostly from projects co-funded by the EU)

  • ACTIONES (Active Charter Training through Interaction Of National Experiences) was an EU-funded project focused on the vertical and horizontal interaction between courts. It resulted in four handbooks on techniques of judicial interactions in the application of the Charter.
  • The Charter in action: an EU-funded project that resulted in a best practices handbook for Charter trainings and a training manual;
  • Charterclick was an EU-funded project that resulted in a Charter tutorial and an interactive checklist both designed to make understand whether the Charter applies to a given case. Both tools are available on the e-justice platform of the European Commission.
  • European Judicial Training Network (ETJN) database lists all available face-to-face judicial training opportunities.
  • Council of Europe HELP training platform provides a range of resources on the ECHR. These include distance-learning and self-learning resources on the ECHR and European human rights standards, as well as handbooks and other useful resources.
  • Judging the Charter: an EU-funded project which resulted in a set of training events, a manual on the role of the Charter in asylum cases and a Charter website that brings together a large amount of Charter-related information, including exercises and training materials, case law and a selection of relevant EU legislation;
  • Library of Charter-specific training materials put together by the European Law Academy in Trier which offers a wide spectrum of trainings on the Charter
  • Making the Charter of Fundamental Rights a living instrument: an EU-funded project that resulted in a user-friendly Manual on the Charter and Guidelines for civil society actors on how to best use the Charter;
  • Making the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights a reality for all  - 12 November 2019 - Conference material 

NB: The above links are provided for information purposes only. The FRA bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of external websites and links.

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  • Pravni okvir za zaštitu osobnih podataka (u vezi sa zdravljem) u pravu Europske unije

    Translated Title: The legal framework for the protection of personal information (health-related) in European Union law
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    Author(s):
    Bevanda, M. & Čolaković, M.
    Published in:
    Zbornik Pravnog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Rijeci, 2016
    Publication Year:
    2016
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    pp 125-154
  • Még mindig mindenki gyanús? Az EU Alapjogi Charta és a nemzeti jog viszonya a Digital Rights Ireland-ítélet fényében

    Translated Title: Is Everyone Still Suspicious All the Time? The Relationship between the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and Domestic Legislation in light of the Digital Rights Ireland judgment
    Author(s):
    Bakó, B.
    Published in:
    Magyar jog: a magyar jogász egylet folyóirata, 2016
    Publication Year:
    2016
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    pp 1-16
  • Private autonomy at Union level: On Article 16 CFREU and free movement rights

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    Author(s):
    Babayev, R.
    Published in:
    Common Market Law Review, 2016
    Publication Year:
    2016
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    pp 979-1005
  • Η αρχή ne bis in idem και οι αποκλίσεις της νομολογίας του ΕΔΔΑ, του ΔΕΕ και του Συμβουλίου της Επικρατείας

    Translated Title: The ne bis in idem principle and the deviations of the case law of ECHR, Court of Justice of EU and State Council
    Author(s):
    Antonopoulos, E.
    Published in:
    Εκδόσεις Σάκκουλα (Sakkoulas Publications), 2016
    Publication Year:
    2016
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    pp 427-434
  • Änderungen im Diskriminierungsschutz durch die Europäische Grundrechtecharta: Anwendungsbereich und inhaltliche Reichweite des Art. 21 Abs. 1 EGRC

    Translated Title: hanges in the protection against discrimination by the European Charter of Fundamental Rights. Application and substantive scope of Article 21 (1) of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
    Author(s):
    von Diest, A.
    Publisher:
    Nomos
    Publication Year:
    2016
  • Europäische Grundrechte-Charta. Kommentar

    Translated Title: European Charter of Fundamental Rights. Legal Commentar
    Author(s):
    Stern, K. and Sachs, M.
    Publisher:
    C.H. Beck
    Publication Year:
    2016
  • JHG , EU-Handvest Selectie

    Translated Title: JHG, EU-Charter Selection
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    Author(s):
    Pahladsingh, A. and Van Rossmalen, M. (ed)
    Publisher:
    Sdu uitgevers
    Publication Year:
    2016
  • De toepassing van het Handvest van de grondrechten van de Europese Unie op handelingen van de lidstaten: een analyse in het licht van het arrest C-617/10 van het Hof van Justitie van 26 februari 2013 inzake Åkerberg Fransson

    Translated Title: The application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union regarding the actions of the Member States: an analysis in the light of the judgment in Case C-617/10 of the Court of Justice of February 26, 2013 on Åkerberg Fransso
    Author(s):
    Lenaerts, A.K. and Vanovermeire, V.
    Published in:
    Tijdschrift voor Bestuurswetenschappen en Publiekrech
    Publisher:
    Kluwer
    Publication Year:
    2016
    Page numbers:
    pp 16 - 33
  • Súťažné právo a Charta základných práv Európskej únie

    Translated Title: Competition law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights
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    Author(s):
    Lenaerts, K
    Published in:
    Bulletin - Najvyššieho súdu Slovenskej republiky
    Publication Year:
    2016
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    pp. 4 - 8
  • EU’s Charter – I et menneskeretlige krydsfelt

    Translated Title: The EU Charter – in a human rights cross field
    Author(s):
    Ersbøll, E.
    Publisher:
    Djøf Forlag
    Publication Year:
    2016
  • La Charte des droits fondamentaux et l’équilibre constitutionnel entre l’Union européenne et les États membres

    Translated Title: The Charter of fundamental rights and the constitutional balance between the European Union and the Member States
    Author(s):
    Cariat, N (Préf. J.-Y. Carlier)
    Publisher:
    Bruylant
    Publication Year:
    2016
  • La Carta dei diritti dell’Unione europea come strumento di rafforzamento e protezione dello Stato di diritto

    Translated Title: The EU Charter of rights: a tool for the strengthening and protection of the rule of law
    Author(s):
    Bronzini, G.
    Published in:
    Politica del Diritto 1-2
    Publication Year:
    2016
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    pp 15 - 32
  • Правото на информация като основно човешко право

    Translated Title: Right to Information as a Fundamental Human Right
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    Author(s):
    Belcheva, S.
    Published in:
    Правен свят
    Publication Year:
    2016
  • After the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: The Court of Justice as a Human Rights Adjudicator?

    Author(s):
    De Burca, G.
    Published in:
    Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 2013
    Publication Year:
    2015
  • Konstitutsiooniline) renvoi: kas põhiseaduslik nõue või kaera Trooja hobusele?

    Translated Title: ‘(Constitutional) renvoi: constitutional requirement or oats to Trojan horse?’
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    Author(s):
    Aaviksoo, B
    Published in:
    Juridica II
    Publication Year:
    2015
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    pp. 88-97
  • The dark side of fundamental rights adjudication? The Court, the Charter and the asymmetric interpretation of fundamental rights in the AMS case and beyond

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    Author(s):
    Papa, V.
    Published in:
    European Labour Law Journal, 2015
    Publication Year:
    2015
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    pp 190-214
  • Хоризонтален директен ефект на общите принципи на правото на ЕС и на Хартата на основните права на ЕС

    Translated Title: Horizontal Direct Effect of the General Principles of EU Law and of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU
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    Author(s):
    Arabadzhiev, A.
    Published in:
    Норма, 2015
    Publication Year:
    2015
  • Principe de l'équivalence et Charte des droits fondamentaux: les heureuses implications fiscales de la jurisprudence de la Cour de Justice de l'Union Européenne

    Translated Title: Principle of equivalence and the Charter of Fundamental Rights: The fortunate fiscal implications of the case-law of the European Court of Justice
    Author(s):
    Dassesse, M.
    Published in:
    Revue Générale de Fiscalité, 2015
    Publication Year:
    2015
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    pp 4-13
  • A tisztességes eljáráshoz való jog és annak védelme az Európai Unió Alapjogi Chartájában

    Translated Title: The Right to a Fair Trial and its Protection in the European Union’s Charter of Fundamental Rights
    Author(s):
    Deák, B.
    Published in:
    Európai jog, 2015
    Publication Year:
    2015
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    pp 21-28
  • The Court and the Charter: A ‘Consistent’ Interpretation of Fundamental Social Rights and Principles

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    Author(s):
    Delfino, M.
    Published in:
    European Labour Law Journal, 2015
    Publication Year:
    2015
    Page numbers:
    pp 86-99
    Summary:
    Starting from the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Association de médiation sociale, of January 2014, this contribution deals with some important issues, such as the distinction between rights and principles protected by the Charter of Fundamental Rights, and, above all, their field of application. With reference to the latter issue, a broad interpretation of Article 51, paragraph 1, of the Charter is suggested, according to which its provisions ‘are addressed to the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the Union… and to the Member States only when they are implementing Union law’. Under this interpretation, the rights and principles are applicable in the formation of European Union law, regardless of the field covered by secondary legislation. With reference to the national systems, even the connection with EU law has to be understood in a broad sense, so that the rights and principles shall be respected or observed when Member States are implementing all the secondary sources of the Union and not only those relating to the legal subject to which the right or principle specifically refers.

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