Fiala-Butora János

Fiala-Butora János
CV letöltése Tudományos főmunkatárs (TK JTI)
Kutatási területek
  • Nemzetközi jog
  • Emberi jogok
  • Fogyatékos emberek jogai
  • Kisebbségi jogok
Kiemelt publikációk
  • Disabled identity and the ability to make decisions, in: Jill Marshall (ed.), Personal Identity Rights at the European Court of Human Rights, Routledge, London, 77-98 (2022)
  • Strøbye and Rosenlind v Denmark: A Surprising Departure from the European Court of Human Right’s Disability Voting Rights Jurisprudence (with Michael Ashley Stein and Hezzy S. Smith), 27(2) European Human Rights Law Review 201 (2021)
  • The Controversy Over Ukraine’s New Law on Education: Conflict Prevention and Minority Rights Protection as Divergent Objectives?, 17 European Yearbook of Minority Issues 2018 233-262 (2020)
  • Implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities and the European Language Charter: unified standard or divergence?, 2(1) Hungarian Journal of Minority Studies 7 (2019)
  • The democratic life of the Union: towards equal voting participation for Europeans with Disabilities, 55 Harvard International Law Journal 71 (2014) (with Janet E. Lord and Michael Ashley Stein)
  • Disabling Torture: The Obligation to Investigate Ill-treatment of Persons with Disabilities, 45 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 214 (2013).
  • Facilitating an Equal Right to Vote for Persons with Disabilities, 6 Oxford Journal of Human Rights Practice 115 (2014) (with Janet E. Lord and Michael Ashley Stein)
  • Hungarians in Slovakia and the evolution of Hungarian-Slovakian bilateral relations – improvement or stalemate?, 12 European Yearbook of Minority Issues 156 (2015)
  • The Law as a Source of Stigma or Empowerment: Legal Capacity and Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, in: Katrina Scior and Shirli Werner (eds.), Intellectual Disability & Stigma: Stepping out from the Margins, forthcoming 2016 (with Michael Ashley Stein)
  • Human rights aspects of deaths of institutionalized people with disabilities in Europe, in: Clements, L., Read, J. (eds.), Disabled people and the right to life, Routledge, 2008, London and New York, p. 127 (with Oliver Lewis)