EU Law Analysis: The French ban on public face-veiling

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Senior Lecturer in Law, University College London; author of Religion and the Public Order of the European Union

 
The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has issued its eagerly-anticipated decision in SAS v France, the challenge to the French law of 2010 banning face-veiling in public spaces. 

The applicant, a French national represented by British lawyers, had alleged that the law violated no fewer than 6 articles of the ECHR: Article 3 (inhuman and degrading treatment), Article 8 (privacy), Article 9 (freedom of religion and belief), Article 10 (freedom of expression), Article 11 (freedom of association) and Article 14 (non-discrimination in relation to the rights protected by the Convention).

EU Law Analysis: The French ban on public face-veiling: enlarging the margin of appreciation.

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Magistrado con veinte años de experiencia en materia penal y Derecho de la Unión Europea.

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