Bibliographies and Resources

The electorate in Britain has become highly critical of the way the European Union, and indeed the European Court of Human Rights, operate. Yet what are the concrete facts underlying our often highly politicized perception of key policy areas? And what would a reform of European institutions and policy areas entail in real terms?

Accompanying our public policy panels, as well as our EINotes on each subject, find below an accessible resource area with references and links to key legislation, case law, explanatory documents, literature and media sources.

Explore our online resources by topic area:

General Literature
Pathways to EU Reform
Britain and the European Convention on Human Rights 

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