Esportes na jurisprudência do Tribunal Europeu de Direitos Humanos

  • Jakub Czepek
Palavras-chave: Esporte profissional, Convenção Europeia dos Direitos do Homem, Tribunal Europeu de Direitos Humanos, Tribunal de Arbitragem do Esporte

Resumo

O esporte tem sido objeto de interesse do direito internacional em várias ocasiões. Também tem sido um ponto de interesse da proteção regional dos direitos humanos, por exemplo, dentro do sistema jurídico do Conselho da Europa. Recentemente, o Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos Humanos desenvolveu sua jurisprudência sobre questões relacionadas ao esporte, como a violência relacionada aos torcedores de futebol e a prevenção de eventos de vandalismo, questões relacionadas ao antidoping ou a imparcialidade dos procedimentos perante o Tribunal de Arbitragem do Esporte (CAS) em Lausanne ou a proteção dos direitos dos atletas profissionais no contexto de requisitos antidopagem. O artigo tem como objetivo a análise da jurisprudência da CEDH relativa ao esporte na acepção do direito à vida (art. 2 da CEDH), da proibição de tortura a tratamentos ou penas desumanos ou degradantes (art. 3 da CEDH), do direito à liberdade e à segurança (art.5 da CEDH), direito a um julgamento justo/ a um processo equitativo (art.6 da CEDH) e o direito ao respeito pela vida privada e familiar (art.8 da CEDH).

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Publicado
12-12-2019
Como Citar
Czepek, J. (2019). Esportes na jurisprudência do Tribunal Europeu de Direitos Humanos. Espaço Jurídico Journal of Law [EJJL], 20(2), 251-266. https://doi.org/10.18593/ejjl.20212
Seção
Direitos humanos e cenário internacional