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Section 1: The history of human rights legislation

(1.1) Section 1: The history of human rights legislation

(1.2) History of European human rights legislation

(1.3) The historical context of the Human Rights Act 1998

(1.4) The European Court of Human Rights - what it does, who it protects, why it matters

(1.5) The Human Rights Act 1998

(1.6) Public authorities in the UK and the Human Rights Act 1998

(1.7) Making claims under the HRA 1998

(1.8) Examples of damages awarded under the Human Rights Act 1998

(1.9) The Human Rights Act 1998 and Convention (ECHR) rights

(1.10) Absolute rights

(1.11) Limited rights

(1.12) Qualified rights

(1.13) Underlying principles of the Human Rights Act 1998

(1.14) The margin of appreciation

(1.15) The margin of appreciation

(1.16) Necessity

(1.17) Proportionality

(1.18) Proportionality and the Mental Health Act 1983

(1.19) Clinical vignette: proportionality in practice

(1.20) Proportionality in practice

(1.21) Proportionality in practice

(1.22) Living instrument

(1.23) Declarations of incompatibility

(1.24) Declarations of incompatibility

(1.25) European Court judgements

(1.26) Clinical negligence and the Human Rights Act 1998

(1.27) Audio vignette: proportionality

(1.28) Possible treatment strategies

(1.29) Possible treatment strategies

(1.30) Section 1: Recap

(1.31) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Article 3 of the HRA 1998

(2.1) Section 2: Article 3 of the HRA 1998

(2.2) Freedom from torture, inhuman and degrading treatment

(2.3) Threshold for ill-treatment

(2.4) Capacity and therapeutic necessity

(2.5) Standard of care and documentation

(2.6) Developing areas in Article 3 case law

(2.7) Developing areas in Article 3 case law

(2.8) Clinical vignette: a possible breach of Article 3

(2.9) Article 3 – areas of potential problems in clinical practice

(2.10) Section 2: Recap

(2.11) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Article 8 of the HRA 1998

(3.1) Section 3: Article 8 of the HRA 1998

(3.2) Right to respect for private and family life

(3.3) Engagement and interference

(3.4) In accordance with the law

(3.5) Necessary in a democratic society

(3.6) In pursuit of one of the specified objectives or aims

(3.7) The varied use of Article 8

(3.8) The varied use of Article 8

(3.9) The varied use of Article 8

(3.10) Reflection

(3.11) Proportionality

(3.12) The proportionality test

(3.13) Proportionality

(3.14) Private life

(3.15) Private life – positive and negative obligations

(3.16) Declarations of incompatibility – Article 8 and the nearest relative

(3.17) Competing Article 8 interests

(3.18) Article 8 – summary

(3.19) Reflection

(3.20) Section 3: Recap

(3.21) Section 3: Summary

 

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