Natasa Mavronicola

University of Cambridge

PhD Candidate

Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK

Senior Lecturer

Edgbaston

Birmingham, B15 2TT

United Kingdom

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/law/mavronicola-natasa.aspx

Queen's University Belfast - School of Law

Lecturer in Law

School of Law

Belfast BT7 1NN, BT7 1NN

Ireland

http://www.law.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofLaw/Staff/DrNatasaMavronicola/

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

7

DOWNLOADS

475

SSRN CITATIONS

2

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Scholarly Papers (7)

1.

Human Rights in Action. Assessing the Positive Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 in the UK

Number of pages: 116 Posted: 30 Mar 2021
University of Liverpool, University of York, Goldsmiths University of London, University of Leeds, Cardiff University - Cardiff Law School, affiliation not provided to SSRN, Queen's University Belfast - School of Law, University of Durham, London School of Economics - Law School, University of Birmingham - Birmingham Law School, University of Leicester - School of Law, University of Durham , School of Law, University of Leeds - Department of Law, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, Durham Law School, Durham University, University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK, University College London - Faculty of Laws and University of Reading School of Law
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Human Rights Act, European Convention on Human Rights, European Court of Human Rights, Independent Human Rights Act Review

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Institutionalized Inhumanity: From Torture to Assassination

Geiss, R. and Melzer, N. (Eds.) (2020) Oxford Handbook on the International Law of Global Security. Oxford University Press.
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 16 Feb 2021
Natasa Mavronicola and Natasa Mavronicola
University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK
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Relatively Absolute? The Undermining of Article 3 ECHR in Ahmad v UK

The Modern Law Review, Vol. 76, Issue 3, pp. 589-603, 2013
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 02 May 2013
Natasa Mavronicola, Natasa Mavronicola and Francesco Messineo
University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK and United Nations Office of Legal Affairs
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non‐refoulement, torture, Article 3, ECHR, Ahmad, Abu Hamza, Wellington

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Taking Life and Liberty Seriously: Reconsidering Criminal Liability Under Article 2 of the ECHR

The Modern Law Review, Vol. 80, Issue 6, pp. 1026-1051, 2017
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 21 Nov 2017
Natasa Mavronicola and Natasa Mavronicola
University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK
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Inhuman and Degrading Punishment, Dignity, and the Limits of Retribution

The Modern Law Review, Vol. 77, Issue 2, pp. 292-307, 2014
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 04 Mar 2014
Natasa Mavronicola and Natasa Mavronicola
University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK
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human rights, ECHR, penology, inhuman and degrading punishment, life imprisonment without parole

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Güler and Öngel v. Turkey: Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Strasbourg's Discourse on the Justified Use of Force

The Modern Law Review, Vol. 76, Issue 2, pp. 370-382, 2013
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 02 Mar 2013
Natasa Mavronicola and Natasa Mavronicola
University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK
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Article 3, absolute right, excessive force, proportionality, dignity, agency

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What is an ‘Absolute Right’? Deciphering Absoluteness in the Context of Article 3 of The European Convention on Human Rights

(2012) 12(4) Human Rights Law Review 723-758
Posted: 05 Jun 2014
Natasa Mavronicola and Natasa Mavronicola
University of CambridgeBirmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK

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absolute rights, applicability of absolute standard, specification of the absolute standard, judicial interpretation, Article 3 European Convention on Human Rights