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Hi everyone, I need some help with my EU question: Describe the historical development of the charter of fundamental rights.

I don't want an answer as it would be cheating! I just wondering how I would structure the answer. Also it is only 2000 words so I need to make sure I'm concise as possible so what key points should I include?

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Hi everyone, I need some help with my EU question: Describe the historical development of the charter of fundamental rights.

I don't want an answer as it would be cheating! I just wondering how I would structure the answer. Also it is only 2000 words so I need to make sure I'm concise as possible so what key points should I include?

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Is that seriously the question?

Just 'describe'?

Well the obvious way is to do it sequentially.
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Is that seriously the question?

Just 'describe'?

Well the obvious way is to do it sequentially.
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The Charter confirms that fundamental rights are indivisible, interrelated and interdependent. It contains civil; cultural; economic; political; and social rights. Its catalogue of rights is more extensive than that contained in the ECHR which lists only civil and political rights. Each of the 50 rights, freedoms and principles contained in six Titles is drawn from the ECHR; the European Social Charter, among others.

Using the Charter of Fundamental Rights chose one of the following topics:
1. Describe the historical development of the Charter;
2. Take one the the topic titles (Dignity, Freedom, Equality, Solidarity, Citizens' Rights, or Justice) and discuss its EU law and policy;
3. Take one of the Article of the Charter and discuss its EU law and policy.
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The Charter confirms that fundamental rights are indivisible, interrelated and interdependent. It contains civil; cultural; economic; political; and social rights. Its catalogue of rights is more extensive than that contained in the ECHR which lists only civil and political rights. Each of the 50 rights, freedoms and principles contained in six Titles is drawn from the ECHR; the European Social Charter, among others.

Using the Charter of Fundamental Rights chose one of the following topics:
1. Describe the historical development of the Charter;
2. Take one the the topic titles (Dignity, Freedom, Equality, Solidarity, Citizens' Rights, or Justice) and discuss its EU law and policy;
3. Take one of the Article of the Charter and discuss its EU law and policy.
Hmm.

I wouldn't choose the first one. Is this an assessed essay? It doesn't give you the ability to display your analytical and evaluative skills. The other two questions do.
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