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What are the consequences for human rights if we change our relationship with Europe?

Citation
Boyle K (2016) What are the consequences for human rights if we change our relationship with Europe?. [Blog Post] 13.04.2016. http://ukandeu.ac.uk/explainers/what-are-the-consequences-for-human-rights-if-we-change-our-relationship-with-the-eu/

Abstract
First paragraph: Europe consists of two separate legal systems, each of which has a separate human rights framework: the Council of Europe and the European Union. The Council of Europe has 47 member states including Russia. The European Union on the other hand has 28 member states and includes arrangements for the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital. The UK is a member of both systems, but the forthcoming referendum on 23 June is asking the electorate to decide whether or not to continue membership of the European Union.

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Output Type: Blog Post

Journal
Economic and Social Research Council Explainer

Type of mediaBlog Post
StatusPublished
Author(s)Boyle, Katie
FundersEconomic and Social Research Council
Publication date13/04/2016
Publisher URLhttp://ukandeu.ac.uk/…hip-with-the-eu/
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