Inter-Institutional 'Rights Dialogue' Under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
This article considers the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 (NZBORA), which is commonly viewed as the progenitor of the ‘parliamentary bills of rights’ adopted in the United Kingdom and various Australian States. In particular, the author examines how the NZBORA has affected the relationship between New Zealand’s Parliament and the courts.
Editor: Campbell, T; Ewing, K D; Tomkins, A
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Keywords: Human rights; Public law; New Zealand; United Kingdom
Research Type: Chapter in Book