La judiciarisation contrastée de la question alévie, de la Turquie à l'Europe

Abstract : The judicialisation of the Alevi issue in three judicial spaces – Turkey, Germany where numerous Alevis have settled, and the ECHR – shows that there is no judicial globalisation, defined as a standardisation of doctrines, case law, and networks of actors on an international scale. In each context, courts are mobilised by various actors for different reasons, and a variety of decisions ensue. However, between those levels there exists a complex interplay of circulating cross-references. This, in turn, impacts the way state-religion relationships are negotiated: the normative framework and case law linked to the transnational field of human rights, but also to rights obtained in other national contexts, provide opportunities for demands by religious minorities, while also shaping the way such demands may be made.
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Elise Massicard. La judiciarisation contrastée de la question alévie, de la Turquie à l'Europe. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2014, 64 (4), pp.711-733. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.644.0711⟩. ⟨halshs-01468053⟩



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