International Human Rights Law (häftad)
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International Human Rights Law

Häftad,  Engelska, 2021-12-22
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International Human Rights Law provides a concise, wide-ranging introduction for students new to the subject.
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  • Texts and Materials on International Human Rights

    Rhona K M Smith

    Texts and Materials on International Human Rights offers a carefully tailored overview of the subject that covers sources and theories, institutions and structures, and substantive rights. The fourth edition is fully updated to include all key dev...

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Rhona Smith is Professor of International Human Rights at Newcastle University Law School in the UK. She has previously worked on human rights education and capacity building in many countries and systems.


1: Introduction 2: Historical background 3: The United Nations 4: The International Bill of Human Rights 5: Regional protection of human rights 6: Europe 7: The Americas 8: Africa 9: Monitoring, implementing, and enforcing human rights 10: Substantive rights - general comments 11: Equality and non-discrimination 12: Rights for specific vulnerable persons 13: The right to life 14: The right to liberty of person 15: Equality before the law - the right to a fair trial 16: The right to an adequate standard of living 17: Freedom from torture; cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment or punishment 18: The right to self-determination 19: Indigenous peoples' and minority rights 20: Freedom of expression 21: The right to education and human rights education 22: Sustainable development and human rights 23: Human rights in practice: the COVID-19 pandemic 24: Current issues: non-State actors