“..interesting, well-researched and instructive...” – Frank Wooldridge,
International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol 55, Part 1
“This book sets itself apart from the general constitutional debate by focusing on the economic and social rights contained in the Charter. This is particularly relevant, since it is precisely those provisions that cause concern for any eventual British ratification of the draft treaty.
Kenners introductory chapter provides a useful overview of the development of rights documents at the UN, Council of Europe and EU levels, including the traditional hierarchy between civil political rights on the one hand and economic and social rights on the other.” – Sarah-Jane King,
Yearbook of European Law
“This is a very interesting and topical book, containing essays of a consistently high standard . . . well worth reading for anyone interested in the subject.” – Sandra Fredman,