Statements & Publications
BLACKLISTED: Targeted sanctions, preemptive security and fundamental rights
"This report of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights is important because of its comprehensive coverage of the origins and development of the UN and European Unionterrorist lists, their impacts, their political significance and the way in which they have been
challenged in national and regional courts. Most importantly, it provides a European perspective to an international human rights problem that originates at the UN Headquarters in New York. Its conclusions concerning a reform of the European lists deserve attention by every policy maker. There is a fundamental need for a broader public debate concerning
the future of terrorist listings. This report provides an important opening for this discussion."
by Gavin SULLIVAN and Ben HAYES ECCHR
see also on the website of ECCHR