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Just fatherlands? From Kristallnacht to Katyn. (2013)
Working Paper
LYONS, C. 2013. Just fatherlands? From Kristallnacht to Katyn. In de B├║rca, G., Kochenov, D., Williams, A. and Roy, S. (eds.) Debating Europe's justice deficit: the EU, Swabian housewives, rawls and Ryanair. European University Institute working papers, LAW 2013/11. San Domenico di Fiesole: European University Institute [online], page 52. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/1814/28798

This working paper contribution addresses the lack of formal recognition of the Holocaust and institutionalised killing in the European Convention on Human Rights. It focuses on three themes: 1) historical justice and the role of the courts; 2) memor... Read More about Just fatherlands? From Kristallnacht to Katyn..

A door into the dark: doing justice to history in the courts of the European Union. (2008)
Working Paper
LYONS, C. 2008. A door into the dark: doing justice to history in the courts of the European Union. European University Institute working papers, LAW 2008/11. San Domenico di Fiesole: European University Institute [online]. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/1814/8308

The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has been issuing judgments since 1954. It is beyond doubt that this body has, in these judgments, influenced the nature of European integration, indeed the nature of Europe itself, in a far reaching manner.... Read More about A door into the dark: doing justice to history in the courts of the European Union..