Families and the European Charter of Fundamental Rights: Progressive Change or Entrenching the Status Quo?

European Law Review 26(6): 582-598, 2001

Posted: 22 Jun 2014

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Clare McGlynn

Durham Law School, Durham University

Date Written: 2001

Abstract

Scope and legal status of 2000 Charter, and provisions on families including respect and protection for family, right to marry, right to found family and rights of children.

Keywords: EC law, human rights, right to respect, private, privacy, family life

Suggested Citation

McGlynn, Clare M. S., Families and the European Charter of Fundamental Rights: Progressive Change or Entrenching the Status Quo? (2001). European Law Review 26(6): 582-598, 2001. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2198376

Clare M. S. McGlynn (Contact Author)

Durham Law School, Durham University ( email )

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