1 Parts of section E.1 in this entry are reproduced with permission from a previous article by the same author: V Fikfak, ‘Non-pecuniary Damages before the European Court of Human Rights: Forget the Victim; It’s All about the State’ (2020) 33 LJIL 335–69. 2 This entry seeks briefly to outline the concept of structural remedies in human rights law (Human Rights; Human Rights, Remedies) ie remedies which aim to bring about change in relationships within a State. These remedies can be imposed by a court or agreed by the States to avoid future violations. Section C...
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