Since its inception the Centre has charted the development of human rights in the European Union. Building on Andrew Williams’ research and writing, the Centre has been awarded a succession of contracts from the EU’s Fundamental Rights Agency to provide information and analysis for its Charterpedia database.
The project collates information on the development and application of human rights provisions and decisions in the EU. It is currently looking at constitutional changes within the 27 member states.
The work of the Fundamental Rights Agency can be found here.
This project builds on previous studies on the EU, justice, and human rights :
Andrew Williams (2010) "The Ethos of Europe: Values, Law and Justice in the EU" Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy, Cambridge University Press
Andrew Williams (2004) "EU Human Rights Policies: A Study in Irony" Oxford Studies in European Law, Oxford University Press