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Islam I. Chiha Constitutional Protection of Individual Rights under Terrorism Laws Islam I. Chiha Constitutional Protection of Individual Rights under Terrorism Laws Новинка

Islam I. Chiha Constitutional Protection of Individual Rights under Terrorism Laws

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Terrorism is a one of the major challenges facing countries all over the world; However many states in their response to terrorism have overreacted the threat of terrorism and have adopted counterterrorism legislations that forfeited fundamental rights and freedoms in the name of protecting national security. Egypt, under President Mubarak’s Regime, has been one of those states that have exceedingly abused its counter-terrorism powers to vanquish many of the Egyptians’ constitutional rights and freedoms. This dissertation explores and analyzes the scope of fundamental rights and freedoms under Egypt’s counter-terrorism legal framework. It further undertakes a comparative study of the American and international anti-terrorism legal frameworks to examine how they have dealt with these issues and inquires into whether these legal systems have adequately reconciled national security with human rights. This work is intended to help enhance the rule of law and to ensure that human rights are respected in post-Mubarak Egypt by underscoring the limits with regard to human rights that the new counter-terrorism legal framework must respect.
Nukila Evanty Indonesia Human Rights and the International Human Rights Regime Nukila Evanty Indonesia Human Rights and the International Human Rights Regime Новинка

Nukila Evanty Indonesia Human Rights and the International Human Rights Regime

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The book explains the concept of International human rights regime and the movement of human rights norms which also review the concept of international human rights norms. Indonesia compliance's on human rights covenants under different regime of the Presidents in the stage 1945 to 2007 which is in the scope of international human rights regime which has long been faced human rights development and obstacles is the center of this book discussion.
James Opoku Agyemang UN IN COUNTERING TERRORISM James Opoku Agyemang UN IN COUNTERING TERRORISM Новинка

James Opoku Agyemang UN IN COUNTERING TERRORISM

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The United Nations is the major international organization empowered with the mandate to ensure respect for fundamental human rights for everybody everywhere. It has an obligation to combat terrorism from the standpoint of international human rights. However the fight against terrorism cannot be won by the UN alone. Therefore, there is the need for cooperation between states and the UN. States are faced with the challenge of responding to the threat of terrorism on one hand and upholding international human rights standards on the other hand. One of the fundamental rights mostly affected in the fight against terrorism is due process rights. The detainment of terrorist suspects at the US naval base, Guantanamo Bay has generated a very heated debate in the international community. This work will reveal whether detainees held at Guantanamo Bay have been given access to the due process of the law by the US government. It also provides an overview of how the UN handles terrorism. It concludes by providing policy recommendations for governments and scholars for consideration in combating terrorism.
Ö. Çinar, Özgür Heval Ç?nar The Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Turkey's Obligations under International Human Rights Law Ö. Çinar, Özgür Heval Ç?nar The Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Turkey's Obligations under International Human Rights Law Новинка

Ö. Çinar, Özgür Heval Ç?nar The Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Turkey's Obligations under International Human Rights Law

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Книга "The Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Turkey's Obligations under International Human Rights Law".
Irina Wiegand The Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in the Fight against Terrorism. The Case of the European Union after September 11, 2001 Irina Wiegand The Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in the Fight against Terrorism. The Case of the European Union after September 11, 2001 Новинка

Irina Wiegand The Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in the Fight against Terrorism. The Case of the European Union after September 11, 2001

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With the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the threat of international terrorism - a threat to peace and stability - became evident to the world.Even though this event was not directed against European Union member states, it triggered the expansion of common anti-terrorist laws and policies. This cooperation aimed at fighting terrorism has led to the introduction of legal instruments that do not comply with international and European human rights law. Despite this drastic shift, the question in how far the European Union abides by human rights law in its fight against terrorism has rarely been discussed so far. Irina Wiegand looks exactly at this question. Her book gives extensive background information and yet has high scholarly value. It offers a general introduction on terrorism and an overview of today's legal framework with regard to terrorism and looks at the European Union's responses to terrorism. The main focus of the book is then on the analysis of these responses in the light of human rights law. This scrutiny provides the background of international and regional human rights legislation and continues with the analysis of the current legal practice of the European Union and the European Courts.If you want to know why we cannot agree on the definition of the term 'terrorism', whether states can claim the right of self-defense after a terrorist attack, how the European anti-terrorist legislation developed over time, and whether the European Union violates c...
T. Mukhimer Hamas Rule in Gaza. Human Rights under Constraint T. Mukhimer Hamas Rule in Gaza. Human Rights under Constraint Новинка

T. Mukhimer Hamas Rule in Gaza. Human Rights under Constraint

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Книга "Hamas Rule in Gaza. Human Rights under Constraint".
Elizabeth Gibbons Sanctions In Haiti. Human Rights and Democracy under Assault Elizabeth Gibbons Sanctions In Haiti. Human Rights and Democracy under Assault Новинка

Elizabeth Gibbons Sanctions In Haiti. Human Rights and Democracy under Assault

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Книга "Sanctions In Haiti. Human Rights and Democracy under Assault".
Nouha Rouabah Are International Human Rights Instruments Effective In Protecting People.s Rights from the Global Effects of Climate Change. Nouha Rouabah Are International Human Rights Instruments Effective In Protecting People.s Rights from the Global Effects of Climate Change. Новинка

Nouha Rouabah Are International Human Rights Instruments Effective In Protecting People.s Rights from the Global Effects of Climate Change.

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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: A, Birkbeck, University of London, language: English, abstract: This study seeks to address the issue of climate change through a human rights lens by focusing on the causes of climate change and its impacts on both the environment and human rights. It highlights the close link between capitalist industrialization and environmental degradation and explains how this consequently leads to human rights violations.This research tackles human rights approach to climate change with a special focus on international human rights instruments mainly the two international covenants, the ICCPR and the ICESCR, it seeks to understand whether they impose international obligations on states to protect human rights from the adverse effects of climate change and how those imposed duties can be enforced to effectively protect people's rights.Unfortunately, this paper will reach to the conclusion that the existing human rights law does not adequately protect human rights from the lethal threat of climate change, due to the absence of a universally recognized right to a healthy environment, moreover, despite the possibility of the extraterritorial application of the ICESCR, the political will of states to cooperate under the provisions of the covenant to face the issue of climate change seems to be also absent.
Assamen Mekonnen Tessema Ethiopian Anti-Terrorism Abuses as Human Rights Violations: Insights Assamen Mekonnen Tessema Ethiopian Anti-Terrorism Abuses as Human Rights Violations: Insights Новинка

Assamen Mekonnen Tessema Ethiopian Anti-Terrorism Abuses as Human Rights Violations: Insights

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Terrorism must be condemned and terrorists must face justice. The international community through the United Nations,and other Regional organizations come up with certain legal and institutional measures to prevent such a heinous crime. Counter-terrorism measures are also implemented at a country level. It has been the belief of so many Ethiopians that the Ethiopian Anti-Terrorism law was put into effect to prevent terrorism and punish those culprits. The law misses its legislative intentions and it has been consistently used to control and suppress dissent. Opposition politicians,journalists,Human right defenders, even religious leaders have been charged with "terrorism" crimes. They have been unlawfully detained, easily convicted and jailed for more that ten years. Such abuse by the government bullies and quashes the opposition. This book solidly shows violations of human rights by the Ethiopian government and deducts lessons the International community must learn in our global attempt to maintain international peace and security.
Veronika Haász National Human Rights Institutions in the UN human rights framework Veronika Haász National Human Rights Institutions in the UN human rights framework Новинка

Veronika Haász National Human Rights Institutions in the UN human rights framework

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Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: A, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), course: Jura - Internationale Menschenrechte und Humanitäres Recht, language: English, abstract: National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) are cornerstones of strong domestic human rights protection systems. They play a crucial role in the promotion and protection of human rights at the national level. Within their broad mandate, they advise governments on various human rights issues, monitor the implementation of international human rights instruments, promote the harmonisation of national law and practice with the international human rights standards, disseminate human rights information, cooperate with regional and international human rights bodies, and remedy human rights violations.However, National Human Rights Institutions are primarily domestic instruments, they increasingly engage with the international human rights mechanisms. In the last 20 years, they became the practical link between international human rights standards and their concrete application at the national level. The institutions' interaction with the UN Charter-based and Treaty-based Bodies is a relatively new phenomenon and as such, has its obstacles.In order to clarify the nature and ways of co-operation between NHRIs and the UN human rights monitoring mechanisms, this Handbook sets out the characteris...
Wechtuor Kuajien Lual Human Rights and Rule of Law. South Sudan Context Wechtuor Kuajien Lual Human Rights and Rule of Law. South Sudan Context Новинка

Wechtuor Kuajien Lual Human Rights and Rule of Law. South Sudan Context

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South Sudan is centered with inter-ethnic and armed conflicts, they explain human rights abuses and failed rule of law, due to regime's ruthless control, symbols of army's tanks and rule with iron fist punishing anyone harshly without mercies and technicalities granting. Thus, violence dominated this country, used to pursue gun-rule where armed conflicts continue rising; at least 70 cases/ 2009 to civil war/2013 with death toll increasing, at least 1,000/2006 to >20,000/2013. This book considers human rights as protective against arbitrary of the state to do with a country in its darkest days, where human rights are constrained by state's anarchy. It analyses rule of law as bedrock for building a structure of ordered liberty and progress in civil society, provides foundation for economic development, protection of human rights and promote basic dignity. The analysis examines democracy, federalism, institutional reforms and accountability as effective mechanisms for exit from failed rule of law. This would guide the need to embark on critical issues like effective management, capacity building, maintaining law and order, provision of public goods, fair and impartial political platform.
Berhanu Mosissa Wakjira A comparative Analyses of the Human Rights to Adequate Housing Berhanu Mosissa Wakjira A comparative Analyses of the Human Rights to Adequate Housing Новинка

Berhanu Mosissa Wakjira A comparative Analyses of the Human Rights to Adequate Housing

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The human right to Adequate Housing is an evolving and at the same time controversial issue in global and regional human rights systems. This book will focus on assessing the key aspects of the human right to adequate housing under universal human rights system in comparison with major regional human rights systems. For the purpose of this book the key aspects of the human right to adequate housing include: normative contents; duties of States; the constituents of violations; remedies upon the materialization of violations; monitoring the implementation of the housing rights and the jurisprudential development on the human right to adequate housing. The book argues that there are great disparities in formulating the key aspects of the human right to adequate housing among the universal human rights system and the three main regional human rights systems. The book concludes that the African human rights system does not properly set the key aspects of the human right to adequate housing even though it adopted the three in one approach, when compared to both international human rights law and the two major regional human rights system which do not adopt the same approach.
Aistė Akstinienė Reservations To Human Rights Treaties Related To Gender Issues Aistė Akstinienė Reservations To Human Rights Treaties Related To Gender Issues Новинка

Aistė Akstinienė Reservations To Human Rights Treaties Related To Gender Issues

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The importance of the topic is that the regulation of reservations to human rights treaties brings lots of issues, even though on theoretical level it seems to be unproblematic. Firstly, there is a major group of states that want to become parties to the treaties that protect human rights and make reservations to fundamental provisions of them at the same time. Secondly, the state parties that make objections to the reservations have to decide if the reservation is compatible with the object and purpose of the treaty or not. The regulation that is laid down in Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties creates difficulties for the state parties and withdrawal of reservations seems to be more problematic in reality than it is in theory. In order to find the solutions for the above mentioned issues, the author analyses whether the Vienna Convention on the Law of the Treaties regime works properly within the mechanism of making reservations to the human rights treaties, what reservations should be kept invalid and what could be the solutions for the most effective protection from the invalid reservations that address fundamental rights of human beings in the human rights law.
Sarah Maringele The European Court of Human Rights Sarah Maringele The European Court of Human Rights Новинка

Sarah Maringele The European Court of Human Rights

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Diploma Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, grade: Befriedigend, University of Linz, language: English, abstract: PrefaceDecember 1948 is a remarkable date in the history of human rights law. It was the birth of Human Rights Law. Without exception, human rights belong to every single human being. The eighth secretary General Ban Ki-moon clearly found an adequate description to illustrate the significance of human rights while giving a speech at the 2011 Human Rights Day. Besides the significance oftheir existence he focused on their constant development and practicable usage which requires all the nations to exercise human rights. His speech can be put in one significant sentence. "But unless we know them, unless we demand they be respected, and unless we defend our right -- and the right of others -- to exercise them, they will be just words in a decades-old document." So this led to a few questions:Now, as we happen to have Human Rights Law in Europe what are the consequences regarding the jurisprudence and the legal practice in general? Further on, what are the judicial consequences in respect of violence against women?How about the acquaintance within European courts especially the European Court of Human Rights Law? Did it remain the same or are remarkable changes and developments observable?Did the development in Europe force 'us' to accommodate the understanding and meaning of what was ...
N. Ravi Human Rights Scenario in India - An Overview N. Ravi Human Rights Scenario in India - An Overview Новинка

N. Ravi Human Rights Scenario in India - An Overview

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HUMAN RIGHTS are natural rights without which we cannot live. Human beings are rational. They by virtue of their being human possess certain basic and inalienable rights which are commonly known as human rights. Human rights are birthrights. They are inherent in human beings. Every one can enjoy these rights irrespective of caste, creed, religion, sex and nationality. These rights are not created by any legislation. Human rights are natural and universal They are inherent, innate and inalienable. Hence every human being is entitled to human rights. Globalization, affects the interests of individuals and their rights are violated by the transnational actors. Human rights are a set of claims and entitlements to human dignity, which the existing international regime assumes will be provided (or threatened) by the state. A more cosmopolitan and open international system should free individuals to pursue their rights, but large numbers of people seem to be suffering from both long¬standing state repression and new denials of rights linked to transnational forces.
Stefan Kirchner Human rights and international security Stefan Kirchner Human rights and international security Новинка

Stefan Kirchner Human rights and international security

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Document from the year 2008 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, , 70 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: With the advent of Human Rights in international law, several core ideas of the traditional system of international law have been challenged, such as the principle of non-interference and state sovereignty, as well as the prohibition of the use of force, especially with the decision that massive human rights violations can form a threat to international peace and security to which the UN Security Council can respond with measures according to Chapter VII of the UN Charter.While at first sight a change of paradigm in international law, or in any legal system, is not negative per se, the rules which collide with a truly effective and universal protection of HR through international law are the very rules which form the foundation for international peace and security, the primary reason for the existence of international law. While international peace and security require the stability provided by the Westphalian system, they can at the same time be endangered by massive violations of human rights. On the other hand can Human Rights only be enjoyed in times of peace while the Westphalian system can limit the effective and universal enforcement of Human Rights in cases in which the UN Security Council has failed to take action under Chapter VII.This short book is an attempt at reconciling these needs which are at ...
Julia Neumann Human Rights and Climate Change Julia Neumann Human Rights and Climate Change Новинка

Julia Neumann Human Rights and Climate Change

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Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Law - Comparative Legal Systems, Comparative Law, grade: B+, University of Auckland (Law Faculty), course: Climate Change Law, language: English, abstract: This paper deals with the linkage of international human rights and climate change. It focuses on the approach to deduce legal claims in the form of compensations and concrete measures from international human rights in the course of impairments through climate change.This paper shall give a short overview on the issue climate change in general, including its causes, effects and the current political strategies. It furthermore provides a synopsis on how human rights are impaired by global warming and climate change effects.Unfortunately, this essay will come to the conclusion that the international human rights approach struggles with functioning as a solitary legal basis in that context and with stepping beyond the just moral implication. Human rights' legislative potential rather lies 'in the development of more encompassing and more inclusive legal and political strategies. Human rights may advisably be instrumentalized to strengthen political debates and be used as an incitement to set up enforceable and balanced agreements on reasonable measures of equalization and support.
Ann Marie Clark Diplomacy of Conscience. Amnesty International and Changing Human Rights Norms Ann Marie Clark Diplomacy of Conscience. Amnesty International and Changing Human Rights Norms Новинка

Ann Marie Clark Diplomacy of Conscience. Amnesty International and Changing Human Rights Norms

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A small group founded Amnesty International in 1961 to translate human rights principles into action. Diplomacy of Conscience provides a rich account of how the organization pioneered a combination of popular pressure and expert knowledge to advance global human rights. To an extent unmatched by predecessors and copied by successors, Amnesty International has employed worldwide publicity campaigns based on fact-finding and moral pressure to urge governments to improve human rights practices. Less well known is Amnesty International's significant impact on international law. It has helped forge the international community's repertoire of official responses to the most severe human rights violations, supplementing moral concern with expertise and conceptual vision. Diplomacy of Conscience traces Amnesty International's efforts to strengthen both popular human rights awareness and international law against torture, disappearances, and political killings. Drawing on primary interviews and archival research, Ann Marie Clark posits that Amnesty International's strenuously cultivated objectivity gave the group political independence and allowed it to be critical of all governments violating human rights. Its capacity to investigate abuses and interpret them according to international standards helped it foster consistency and coherence in new human rights law. Generalizing from this study, Clark builds a theory of the autonomous role of nongovernmental actors in the ...
Frew Demeke Alemu The African Court of Justice and Human Rights. An Opportunity to strengthen Human Rights Protection Frew Demeke Alemu The African Court of Justice and Human Rights. An Opportunity to strengthen Human Rights Protection Новинка

Frew Demeke Alemu The African Court of Justice and Human Rights. An Opportunity to strengthen Human Rights Protection

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Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, grade: A, Lund University, course: International Human Rights Law, language: English, abstract: Taking in to consideration the countless human rights violations and impunity in Africa, there is not a shred of doubt about the dire need for effective human rights protection mechanisms at continental level. This concern has mainly increased due to the Africa Commission's poor track record of enforcement of human rights norms in the region. Hence, it is in the effort to cure the ills suffered by this system that an endeavor to build a regional human rights judicial organ has been embarked on. The process of establishment of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACtJHR) is also the extension of this effort which partially became successful with the transitional operation of the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights. The primary purpose of this study is, thus, to show how the ACtJHR would be relevant in promoting and protecting human rights in the continent. An attempt is also made to investigate whether the new Court will be a solution to fill the gaps left out by the African Commission in the regional human rights enforcement mechanism. In doing so, the study has made a thorough analysis of the prospects and challenges of the ACtJHR from different vantage points. It has also addressed the possible interaction between the two main regional huma...
Local Remedies in International Law Local Remedies in International Law Новинка

Local Remedies in International Law

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Considers customary international law and the application of the rule to, among others, human rights protection and international organizations.
Jana Marecková Human Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities Jana Marecková Human Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities Новинка

Jana Marecková Human Rights of Persons with Mental Disabilities

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Human rights of people with mental disabilities have become a subject of interest of international law only very recently. Despite intensive develop­ment in the last years, the implementation of these rights often remains unsatisfactory due to the characteristic vulnerability of persons with mental disabilities, especially when they are deprived of liberty. This book examines the development and contemporary approach of international human rights law towards persons with disabilities in the light of theoretical models of disability. It continues with evaluating the compatibility of Czech law and practice concerning the right to liberty of mentally ill persons with the principles established by the European Court of Human Rights. Conclusions drawn from these two parts suggest how the above mentioned principles as well as relevant Czech law and practice may be improved in order to advance the human rights of persons with mental disabilities. This analysis is a useful resource for professionals and policy makers in the fields of law, social work and psychiatry, as well as for persons with mental disabilities themselves.
Niamh Reilly Women's Human Rights Niamh Reilly Women's Human Rights Новинка

Niamh Reilly Women's Human Rights

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Women's Human Rights: Seeking Gender Justice in a Globalising Age explores the emergence of transnational, UN-oriented, feminist advocacy for womens human rights, especially over the past three decades. It identifies the main feminist influences that have shaped the movement liberal, radical, third world and cosmopolitan and exposes how the Western, legalist, state-centric, and liberal biases of mainstream human rights discourse impede the realisation of human rights in womens lives everywhere. The book traces the evolution of the womens human rights movement through an examination of its key issues, debates, and practical interventions in international law and policy arenas. This includes efforts to: Develop global gender equality norms via the UN Womens Convention Frame violence against women as a human rights issue Address gender-based crimes in conflict situations, include women in conflict resolution and post-conflict reconstruction, and challenge new forms of militarism Highlight the gendered human rights dimensions of widening inequalities in a context of neo-liberal globalisation Develop human rights responses to anti-feminist fundamentalist movements with a focus on reproductive and sexual rights Ultimately, Women's Human Rights reaffirms a commitment to critically reinterpreted universal human rights principles and demonstrates the vital role that bottom-up, transnational movements play in making them a reality in women's lives.
Aghemelo Austin Human rights violation in Nigeria Aghemelo Austin Human rights violation in Nigeria Новинка

Aghemelo Austin Human rights violation in Nigeria

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Nigeria’s post-independence history portrays frequent incidents of human rights violations. This study examines human rights violations in Nigeria between 1985 and 2007 and their implications for national security. The study based on information derived from both primary and secondary sources examined the nature, context and dynamics of human rights violations in the period under review, their sources and implications for national security in Nigeria. The study revealed that the records of human rights violations were overwhelming under the military regimes of Babangida and Abacha. Even in the democratic rule under Obasanjo administration the records were not significantly different. The major ways the human rights were severely attacked in the period under review included, arbitrary arrest, detention without trial, torture, poor prison administration, extra-judicial killings, such as assassinations, environmental degradation, death penalty, avoidable accidents on the road and air, and other inhuman and degrading treatments.
Paul Shankor, Akhtaruzzaman MD Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh Paul Shankor, Akhtaruzzaman MD Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh Новинка

Paul Shankor, Akhtaruzzaman MD Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh

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The Research on "Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh: Standardization of Juvenile Legal Frameworks in Bangladesh with International Standards" is an integral part of MS in Human Rights Law under the Faculty of Law, Dhaka International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. This is defined a numbers of constraints and challenges in the existing legal regime of Bangladesh towards advancing a child friendly justice system of Bangladesh. So, the research findings will be helpful for the academicians, researchers, policy makers, legal practitioners and relevant actors to updates them with a standard provision of juvenile justice. Finally, I am really thankful to my supervisor Dr. Md Akhtaruzzaman, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Dhaka International University who contributes to make my research successful.
Aneesh V. Pillai State of Emergency and Derogation of Human Rights Aneesh V. Pillai State of Emergency and Derogation of Human Rights Новинка

Aneesh V. Pillai State of Emergency and Derogation of Human Rights

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The state of emergency poses a challenge to the protection of human rights. This is because state of emergency allows state's to take extraordinary measures including derogation of human rights. On one hand such measures are essential for sustaining the life of the nation which is under a threat and on the other hand these very measures may be misused for political or other gains. This book examines international and regional human rights framework which deals with state of emergency and derogation of human rights. It also discusses the national emergency and derogation of human rights in India.
P. R. Kalidhass Conflict of Norms in a Fragmented International Legal System. A Critical Analysis P. R. Kalidhass Conflict of Norms in a Fragmented International Legal System. A Critical Analysis Новинка

P. R. Kalidhass Conflict of Norms in a Fragmented International Legal System. A Critical Analysis

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Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: A plus, Jawaharlal Nehru University , course: Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.), language: English, abstract: From the beginning of the twenty-first century the international community started addressing the issue of fragmentation of international law. In 2000, the International Law Commission (ILC) decided to include the topic "[r]isks ensuing from the fragmentation of international law" into its long-term programme of work. This initiative raises some basic questions: is international law a fragmented system? If it is so, what is the problem with the fragmentation? and how can the problem be resolved? This dissertation mainly revolves around these three major issues. It assumes that today's fragmented international law is part of historical evolution or process.In contemporary times, the term 'fragmentation' is commonly used to refer to the slicing up of international law 'into regional or functional regimes that cater for special audiences with special interests and ethos'. The most notable functional regimes are international trade law, environmental law, human rights law, humanitarian law, law of the sea and so on - when there is a collision between these regimes - than the conflict of norms becomes an unavoidable consequence - because each regime seeks favorable treatment towards its own. The absence ...
Sarah Maringele European Human Rights Law. The Work of the European Court of Human Rights Illustrated by an Assortment of Selected Cases Sarah Maringele European Human Rights Law. The Work of the European Court of Human Rights Illustrated by an Assortment of Selected Cases Новинка

Sarah Maringele European Human Rights Law. The Work of the European Court of Human Rights Illustrated by an Assortment of Selected Cases

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In Section One of the work a brief introduction to the topic illustrates the main purpose of the disquisition and exemplifies the fundamental questions.The author emphasizes on the illustration of the International perspective of Fundamental Rights within Section Two, which is followed by an explication of the divergent legal sources and impacts of Human Rights Law; e.g.: the Charter of the United Nations, the European Bill of Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights.The next part exemplifies the ECtHR`s case-law in respect of the most significant principles and methods of interpretation by offering well discussed and analyzed case studies. The case analyzes provide the important facts, the argumentation and the conclusion of the Court, furthermore, the author allocates the dissenting opinions, critical remarks and further correlations.Within Section Four, the legal machinery and controlling mechanisms are discussed shortly. The International abandonment of violence against women is considered in Section Five, which elucidates the categories, facts and presence of physical and psychological violence against women and children, as well as the judicial approach to the given circumstances in the light of the ECHR.The last section summarizes the results and closes with an illustration of possible future developments and perspectives of European Human Rights Law.
Nezir Akyesilmen Who is responsible for human rights. the state or corporations. Nezir Akyesilmen Who is responsible for human rights. the state or corporations. Новинка

Nezir Akyesilmen Who is responsible for human rights. the state or corporations.

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Transnational business operations across the globe are common phenomenon and are increasingly more so in the age of globalization. While such operations are considered to be crucial for economic growth and development in the host countries, there are frequent allegations against TNCs of violation of human rights. The rights that are affected by TNCs activities vary from the right to self-determination to the right of life; from the right to strike to the right to a healthy environment and from the right of association to the right not to be discriminated against etc. The central question of this work is about the responsibility of actor(s) in the case of human rights violations. • What is the impact of the globalization process on the international human rights regime? • Who is responsible for such human rights violations: state(s) or transnational corporations (TNCs)? • Do TNCs need to be held responsible for human rights obligations? • How do the activities of non-state actors affect human rights? • Should non-state actors be directly responsible for human rights violations?
Stefan Kirchner Human Rights Law Research in the Context of Indigenous Rights. From Classroom to Courtroom Stefan Kirchner Human Rights Law Research in the Context of Indigenous Rights. From Classroom to Courtroom Новинка

Stefan Kirchner Human Rights Law Research in the Context of Indigenous Rights. From Classroom to Courtroom

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Scientific Essay from the year 2015 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, University of Lapland, language: English, abstract: Newcomers to indigenous rights research approach the topic from different directions while legal research follows particular methods and pursues specific aims. This text is the expanded version of a lecture given to doctoral students on 26 March 2015 at the University of Lapland in the context of a seminar on indigenous issues and is meant to familiarize those who are interested in indigenous rights with concepts of and approaches to human rights research in international law in the particular context of indigenous rights. The style of the presentation has been maintained for this publication. It is aimed at researchers and students at the postgraduate and Ph.D. level but will also be useful for beginners in the field as well as practitioners. The text includes practical tips on researching international human rights law, where to find information etc., with a particular emphasis on materials which are available for free online. The text concludes with a look at questions concerning the ethics of research concerning indigenous peoples.
Moosa Akefi Ghaziani Relation between International Human rights and Municipal law Moosa Akefi Ghaziani Relation between International Human rights and Municipal law Новинка

Moosa Akefi Ghaziani Relation between International Human rights and Municipal law

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Generally Islamic States are allegedly in more conflict with secular norms of human rights which are introduced by western countries.Two chief Islamic countries (Iran/Saudi)are playing more roles to defense their apparently religious values in challenge with modern human rights norms. By discussing the jurisprudential differences between two countries,their attitudes to new concept of Islamic human rights are presented.They both assert that their legal system is based upon Islamic religion.Nonetheless the resemblance of the two legal frameworks may vary from each other, counted too far apart for putting them in one category.Since Saudi Arabia has not acceded to the Bill of international human rights yet, and on the other side CEDAW and CAT are not ratified by Iranian government. Instead of being members to the universal instruments both have ratified the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam. It seems that cultural and political interests play major role more than the true religion. The book,has philosophically tried to illustrate the characters of religious sects of these two aimed societies.It will benefit students,teachers of law(in particular comparative law).
Frederic Bostedt Can the United Nations Human Rights Committee Evolve into an Effective .Court. of Human Rights. Frederic Bostedt Can the United Nations Human Rights Committee Evolve into an Effective .Court. of Human Rights. Новинка

Frederic Bostedt Can the United Nations Human Rights Committee Evolve into an Effective .Court. of Human Rights.

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Master's Thesis from the year 2003 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, grade: A, Victoria University of Wellington (Victoria Law School), course: International Law, 60 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The United Nations Human Rights Committee, established under the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, has the power to examine individual complaints on alleged human rights violations. It is noted, however, that the Committee lacks important powers to be as effective as the regional human rights courts in Europe and the Americas. The paper assesses the effectiveness of the Committee by means of a comparative analysis. The comparison takes place within four criteria that are essential in an assessment of a court's effectiveness: the visibility of the court in the public domain, the adoption of interim measures to hinder the aggravation of the violation, the fact-finding capacity of the court, and the enforcement of the final decisions and the follow-ups thereto. The paper argues that despite the statutory deficiencies of the Covenant and the Optional Protocol, the Committee can be as effective as the regional courts even without an amendment to these instruments. This would be possible if the Committee successfully argues for a binding nature of its interim measures; further, it can overcome the lack of its independent fact-finding capacity through a - thoroughly argued - reversal of burde...
Lovet Ekwen Protection of Children.s Rights in Cameroon Lovet Ekwen Protection of Children.s Rights in Cameroon Новинка

Lovet Ekwen Protection of Children.s Rights in Cameroon

5464 руб.
Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Law - Public Law / Constitutional Law / Basic Rights, University of Buea, course: Thesis, language: English, abstract: Children are human beings below the age of 18 years. They are unique and privileged since they are a vulnerable group of human beings. Children have human rights such as the right to education, health and a standard of living. These rights have to be respected and protected. The ideas that animated the children's right movement developed after the Second World War and the atrocities of the Holocaust. Children are often victims of bad treatment, negative social and cultural practices, sexual abuse and all forms of economic hazardous exploitation. This research exposes child labour as a major infringement of child rights that needs to be eliminated. Children engage in this activity out of desperation or are forced. Although they are coming from poor families, some of them have to work. Others are trafficked and forced to work in plantations while others are in commercial sexual exploitation. It therefore becomes necessary to investigate on activities violating children's rights and possible mechanisms. This work adopts the doctrinal research method which is appropriate in law. It therefore makes use of content analysis. International legal instruments protecting children's rights at the international level are discussed in relation to the various rights of children. In Cameroon, international leg...
Terrorism and the Limitation of Rights: The ECHR and the US Constitution Terrorism and the Limitation of Rights: The ECHR and the US Constitution Новинка

Terrorism and the Limitation of Rights: The ECHR and the US Constitution

7580 руб.
Taking as a starting point the widely accepted view that states confronted with terrorism must find a proper equilibrium between their respective obligations of preserving fundamental rights and fighting terrorism effectively, this book seeks to demonstrate how the design and enforcement of a human rights instrument may influence the result of that exercise. An attempt is made to answer the question how a legal order's approach to the limitation of rights may shape decision-making trade-offs between the demands of liberty and the need to guarantee individual and collective security. In doing so, special attention is given to the difference between the adjudicative methods of balancing and categorisation. The book challenges the conventional wisdom that individual rights, in times of crisis, are better served by the application of categorical rather than flexible models of limitation. In addition, the work considers the impact of a variety of other factors, including the discrepancies in enforcing an international convention as opposed to a national constitution and the use of emergency provisions permitting derogations from human rights obligations in time of war or a public emergency.
Panagiotis Souliotis Proportionality and the European Convention on Human Rights. A critical view Panagiotis Souliotis Proportionality and the European Convention on Human Rights. A critical view Новинка

Panagiotis Souliotis Proportionality and the European Convention on Human Rights. A critical view

2002 руб.
Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: 8.5/10, Leiden University (Faculty of Law), course: LL.M. Thesis, language: English, abstract: Human rights cases gradually gain ground in the European legal scene and judges invent solutions in order to tackle their intricacies. Through balancing the conflicting human rights either against each other or against public interest, proportionality has been elevated as a basic principle of interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights. The paper examines whether resorting to proportionality every time a human rights dispute arises is methodologically sound and discusses the drawbacks of its repeated invocation. It argues that proportionality constitutes a misguided quest for precision and objectivity in the resolution of human rights disputes and suggests that courts should instead focus on the real moral issues underlying such disputes.
Prosper Tegamaisho Protection of Terrorism Suspects Under International Humanitarian Law Prosper Tegamaisho Protection of Terrorism Suspects Under International Humanitarian Law Новинка

Prosper Tegamaisho Protection of Terrorism Suspects Under International Humanitarian Law

9064 руб.
This study focuses on the protection of terrorism suspects under International Humanitarian Law. This study makes Guantanamo Bay in Cuba a case study. The central themes of this study is the question on whether Guantanamo bay detainees are entitled for prisoners of war status or and also this study deals with the legal position for detainees suspected of terrorism acts during peacetime. These are main issues the field study has attempted to address. The study has revealed that every component of the 'war on terrorism', every situation in which persons held in Guantánamo were involved and every individual detained there has to be qualified separately. Many persons held in Guantánamo are not at all covered by international humanitarian law (IHL). Others benefit from the fundamental guarantees of International Humanitarian Law of non-international armed conflicts, which do not offer a legal basis for their detention an issue dealt with by domestic law. The study has also shown that those persons who were arrested in Afghanistan are protected by International Humanitarian Law of international armed conflicts..
Eme Okechukwu Human Cost of Boko Haram Activities in Nigeria, 2004-2014 Eme Okechukwu Human Cost of Boko Haram Activities in Nigeria, 2004-2014 Новинка

Eme Okechukwu Human Cost of Boko Haram Activities in Nigeria, 2004-2014

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Terrorism has been a global menace which affects economic, political and social status of the country experiencing it. The political dimension of terrorism and insecurity have been examined in this study which moribund political regime of President Goodluck Jonathan in Nigeria. Many lives and properties have been destroyed in Northern Nigeria by the Boko Haram deadly attacks. It is evident from this study that Boko Haram terrorist insurgency invigorated as a result of pronouncement of Goodluck Jonathan as president of Federal Republic of Nigeria. Since the inception of this political regime, Boko Haram has been disrupting and destabilizing government activities mainly in Northern Nigeria. The political implication of terrorism has been deadly in Nigerian democratic governance.
PhD Mark A. Gabriel LIBERATING ISLAM. How to Reconcile Islamic Criminal Law with Human Rights PhD Mark A. Gabriel LIBERATING ISLAM. How to Reconcile Islamic Criminal Law with Human Rights Новинка

PhD Mark A. Gabriel LIBERATING ISLAM. How to Reconcile Islamic Criminal Law with Human Rights

4052 руб.
LIBERATING ISLAM presents a revolutionary approach to reconcile Islamic Criminal Law with Human Rights.Islamic criminal law causes much suffering to both Muslims and non-Muslims and has led to conflict between the Islamic world and the rest of the world community. Harsh corporal punishments, such as stoning to death for adultery, and beheading for leaving Islam, violate human rights severely. The problem is that the current predominant Islamic doctrines are shaped by some archaic radical (false) interpretations, some of which, in fact, even contradict the Qur'an itself.This book shows how Islamic criminal law can be reconciled with international human rights. It explains:• Why it is important to distinguish between Shariah and Islamic law• Why Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) plays a key role in the conflict• Why reformation and renewal can be considered Islamic concepts and• Why the Quran and the Sunnah always need to be interpreted in the context of the relevant time and environment and considering the need of the peopleThe book provides the key to solve the conflict of Islamic world with human rights.
Syeda Jhuma, Sarwar Hossain International and National Discourse of Business and Children.s Rights. Bangladesh Perspective Syeda Jhuma, Sarwar Hossain International and National Discourse of Business and Children.s Rights. Bangladesh Perspective Новинка

Syeda Jhuma, Sarwar Hossain International and National Discourse of Business and Children.s Rights. Bangladesh Perspective

1889 руб.
Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Politics - International Politics - General and Theories, , language: English, abstract: The idea of business and human rights is an emerging concept of international law. Human rights are greatly influenced, positively or negatively, by the business activities of transnational corporations, industries and business enterprises. Consequently, business and children's rights are comparatively new and evolving agenda in international human rights law. Children's rights both as right holders and stakeholders have been affected by business activities. This article focuses on two basic questions. Firstly: how business activities affect the rights of children, especially child labourer's rights in the context of Bangladesh; and secondly: whether the laws and regulations of domestic and international law is sufficient to redress the violation of children's rights. The article's premise is to find what should be the role of different actors in connection to the rights of children affected by the activities of business. The article concentrates on the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human rights, the UNICEF Global Compact and Save the Children "Children's rights and Business Principles known as CRB Principles" (May-2012) and the Committee on the Rights of the Child General Comment no.16 which deals with the obligations of states in relation to business and children's rights, Convention ...
Leah Propst Women.s Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Leah Propst Women.s Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Новинка

Leah Propst Women.s Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories

1852 руб.
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: 1, Carlow University (College of Leadership and Social Change), course: Internship, language: English, abstract: Women have struggled and continue to struggle for equal rights in virtually every nation of the world. In areas such as education, occupational opportunities, reproductive rights, freedom of movement, political participation, and healthcare, many women around the globe face limited options and social and political restrictions that are difficult if not impossible to overcome. These difficulties are uniquely apparent in the Palestinian Territories, where a complicated geopolitical situation exacerbates the traditional limitations on the rights of Middle Eastern women.The volatile living conditions in Palestine create issues regarding women's human rights. Limited mobility and lack of access to essential resources make it difficult for women to access adequate healthcare. Daily violence and social norms create barriers in education for girls and women in the Territories. The representation of women in the civic community is minimal due to women's lack of participation in political life. And domestic violence flourishes due to legal and social norms that are exacerbated by the ongoing conflict with Israel. Women's access to the legal system and justice, already made difficult by the Sharia Law under w...
Israel Endale Role of NGOs in promoting Human Rights in Ethiopia. A Case Study on Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) Israel Endale Role of NGOs in promoting Human Rights in Ethiopia. A Case Study on Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) Новинка

Israel Endale Role of NGOs in promoting Human Rights in Ethiopia. A Case Study on Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO)

1964 руб.
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: BA degree, , language: English, abstract: Although a relative better political environment had been created with the coming of EPRDF, many NGOs have not yet shifted their policy objective towards advocacy. Majority of local NGOs are still either relief or development oriented regarding their policy objectives. They are fear of taking up policy advocacy, rule of law, human rights, criticism and opposition to state policies and practices. This is partly explained by the fact that many NGOs restored to opportunism or subservience to the government. That is, they make political calculations deemed necessary to ensure survival. In other words, most NGOs pretend not to engage in sensitive issues that may antagonize with the government. In simple terms, they rather conform to center of power and prefer to maintain personal and institutional interests (Kassahun, 2002:124). However, after 1991 a few local NGOs emerged and centered their objective on promoting the respect for the rule of law, protecting and monitoring human rights and enhancing civil awareness through various strategies. The Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO), Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association (EWLA), Society for the Advancement of Human Rights Education (EAHRE) are some the examples ,which entertain such objectives. Nevertheless, the relation of these human right NGOs and the government (EP...
Joseph Rikhof The Criminal Refugee. the Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law Joseph Rikhof The Criminal Refugee. the Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law Новинка

Joseph Rikhof The Criminal Refugee. the Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law

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Human Rights Series, 3(Library of Human Rights, 3)After the Second World War human rights law became entrenched in legal discourse as witnessed by a proliferation of human rights treaties. While the right of asylum was recognized as an fundamental right in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it has never been an absolute right but always restricted in various ways, the most important ones being that asylum should not be conferred on criminals and that refugees with a criminal background could be removed from the country of refuge. This book examines the extensive jurisprudence at the international and domestic level, which has attempted to balance the right of asylum for an individual versus the right of the state of refuge to restrict this right in situations of criminality.TABLE OF CONTENTSChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: HistoryChapter 3: ExclusionChapter 4: RefoulementChapter 5: Alternatives to RefoulementChapter 6: ConclusionAppendix: Geographical Listing of Court/Tribunal Decisions regarding Nefarious OrganizationsJurisprudenceLiterature and Official DocumentsIndexABOUT THE AUTHORJoseph Rikhof has received a BCL from the University of Nijmegen in The Netherlands; a LL.B degree from McGill University in Canada; a Diploma in Air and Space Law, also from McGill University and a PhD from the Irish Center for Human Rights. He teaches the course International Criminal Law at the University of Ottawa. He is Senior Counsel, Manager of the Law with the Crimes against Hum...
Goodale Human Rights Goodale Human Rights Новинка

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Abdul Azeez H. Equality of Arms:Indian and European Human Rights Court Systems Abdul Azeez H. Equality of Arms:Indian and European Human Rights Court Systems Новинка

Abdul Azeez H. Equality of Arms:Indian and European Human Rights Court Systems

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This book analyzes the extent of application of the principle of equality of arms as evolved by the jurisprudence of European Court of Human Rights as an effective mechanism of fair trial guarantee under the European Convention on Human Rights on a comparative perspective with that of India. It identifies, in the light of Convention, Constitutional provisions, legislative framework and the analysis of case law that India has been effectively applying the principle of ‘equality of arms’ in criminal trials. More particularly, the book examines procedural protection guaranteed of the rights of the accused to defend his side on par with that of prosecution between these two legal systems, viz., national in the case of India and super national in the case of European Court of Human Rights. The enthusiasm for the application of the procedural equality by India has not been found with the European Court of Human Rights until recently.
Writers' & Scholars' Educational Trust The Human Rights Handbook. A guide to British and American international human rights organisations Writers' & Scholars' Educational Trust The Human Rights Handbook. A guide to British and American international human rights organisations Новинка

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David Kissi Omari Human Rights vs. Gay Rights. Which Should We Promote? David Kissi Omari Human Rights vs. Gay Rights. Which Should We Promote? Новинка

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Elena Consiglio Chinese Legal Theory and Human Rights. Rearticulating Marxism, Liberalism, and the Classical Legal Tradition Elena Consiglio Chinese Legal Theory and Human Rights. Rearticulating Marxism, Liberalism, and the Classical Legal Tradition Новинка

Elena Consiglio Chinese Legal Theory and Human Rights. Rearticulating Marxism, Liberalism, and the Classical Legal Tradition

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Does the Chinese academic discourse on human rights differ from the official one as put forward by the Chinese government? How do Chinese legal theories justify the attribution of human rights and their protection through the law in the context of an authoritarian state? Do Chinese academic theorisations on rights and the law have any capacity to influence the wider public debate in China despite the ideological constraints and censorship imposed on academics by the party in power? In order to answer these questions, this book explores the theories of law and rights by contemporary Chinese legal scholars, paying particular attention to their views on the rule of law and the explanation of rights. It investigates the ways in which legal scholars have made use of arguments from the rediscovered Chinese traditional jurisprudence, the liberal tradition, and the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist canon.
United Nations The Universal Declaration of Human Rights United Nations The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Новинка

United Nations The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

33 руб.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (10 December 1948 at Palais de Chaillot, Paris). The Declaration arose directly from the experience of the Second World War and represents the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled. It consists of 30 articles which have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, regional human rights instruments, national constitutions and laws. The International Bill of Human Rights consists of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and its two Optional Protocols. In 1966 the General Assembly adopted the two detailed Covenants, which complete the International Bill of Human Rights; and in 1976, after the Covenants had been ratified by a sufficient number of individual nations, the Bill took on the force of international law.
George Khatidze Challenges of Bilateral Investment Treaties George Khatidze Challenges of Bilateral Investment Treaties Новинка

George Khatidze Challenges of Bilateral Investment Treaties

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Do Bilateral Investment Treaties succeed in attraction and encouragement of FDI inflows?; Do those treaties provide and guidelines when international investment law intersects with various social issues, particularly with human rights?; Considering that under the BIT system enormous power is given to foreign investment, do those treaties also grant equivalent rights to host states?; Is investors' rights equivalent to their obligations?; Do capital-importing states' rights correspond with their obligations as well? Those questions and issues are challenging the modern BITs considering that they are arising through the investment making as well as a whole lifespan of FDI, but the BITs, as the prominent features of international investment law, are silent in providing any succinct response thereto. This study analyses the efficiency of BITs under those issues. It argues that existing BITs pose certain challenges and proposes various legal, institutional and policymaking reforms. This work is recommended for lawyers, investors and students with an interest in international investment law, or anyone else who may be interested in international investment law, particularly in BITs
Mamta Sheth, Chhaya Goel Realizing Human Rights Mamta Sheth, Chhaya Goel Realizing Human Rights Новинка

Mamta Sheth, Chhaya Goel Realizing Human Rights

8789 руб.
The 21st Century is highly complex. The return on investment, be it public sector or corporate is measured in terms of material returns than in terms of human development. Human beings are most neglected. Now the question is - "Does the declaration of Human Rights by the UN ensure Human Rights?" Respect for Human Rights demands not only Awareness of Human Rights, but also, favorable attitude towards Human Rights. The vision of Human Rights Declaration by the UN will be realized only when these Rights are internalized and valuably inclined by the entire globe.The present volume includes the doctoral work of Ms. Mamta Sheth on designing, developing and implementing an Educational Program on Human Rights for Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers. The study has very well demonstrated that how the understanding of Human Rights was enhanced among the Teachers. The Educational Program on Human Rights was found to be effective in developing favorable attitudes of the Teachers. Also, the Program developed by the investigator could significantly initiate the teachers in the areas of Case Studies on Human Rights. Hope the State, Society, Judiciary, Education and all will value this volume.
Randell Stroud Global Human Trafficking In The Family Law Courts Randell Stroud Global Human Trafficking In The Family Law Courts Новинка

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In the words of Sun Tzu, ""If you know yourself and you know your enemy, you will win 100 out 100 battles"". This publication dissects an archaic/sexism family law system that effects parents on a global scale. This book is designed to inform the public on the atrocities happening in these courts and how we can reform them. A human rights shadow report addressing the global epidemic of profiteering/trafficking in the family law courts, submitted to the Human Rights Council in Geneva,Switzerland, is also included.--Stroud is a certified paralegal specializing in bankruptcy, international, constitutional, and contract law.
Brian Bennett T. Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism. Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Personnel Brian Bennett T. Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism. Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Personnel Новинка

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A comprehensive guide to understanding, assessing, and responding to terrorism in this modern age This book provides readers with a thorough understanding of the types of attacks that may be perpetrated, and how to identify potential targets, conduct a meaningful vulnerability analysis, and apply protective measures to secure personnel and facilities. The new edition of Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism updates existing material and includes several new topics that have emerged, including information on new international terrorist groups as well as a new chapter on Regulations and Standards. A vulnerability analysis methodology, consisting of several steps—which include the techniques necessary to conduct a vulnerability analysis—is introduced and applied through several sample scenarios. By using easily customized templates for the screening process, valuation of a critical asset as a target, vulnerability analysis, security procedures, emergency response procedures, and training programs, the book offers a practical step-by-step process to help reduce risk. Each different type of terrorism is briefly discussed—however, the book focuses on those potential attacks that may involve weapons of mass destruction. There is a discussion of what physical and administrative enhancements can be implemented to improve a facility's ability to devalue, detect, deter, deny, delay, defend, respond, and recover to a real or threatened terrorist attack—whether it be at a facility, or in the community. Techniques on how personnel safety and security can be improved through the implementation of counter-terrorism programs are also outlined. An overview of the major counter-terrorism regulations and standards are presented, along with the significant governmental efforts that have been implemented to help prevent terrorist attacks and foster preparedness at both private and public sector facilities and for personnel. Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism, Second Edition: Updates existing material, plus includes several new topics that have emerged including information on new international terrorist groups, new terrorist tactics, cyber terrorism, and Regulations and Standards Outlines techniques for improving facility and personnel safety and security through the implementation of counter-terrorism programs Unites the emergency response/public sector community with the private sector over infrastructure protection, thus allowing for easier communication between them Includes questions/exercises at the end of each chapter and a solutions manual to facilitate its use as a textbook Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism, Second Edition is a must-have reference for private and public sector risk managers, safety engineers, security professionals, facility managers, emergency responders, and others charged with protecting facilities and personnel from all types of hazards (accidental, intentional, and natural).
Love Letters to the Home Office Love Letters to the Home Office Love Letters to the Home Office Love Letters to the Home Office Новинка

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Human rights for those living in the UK are now no longer the same for everybody. Since July 2012 our human rights, and lack of them, are now based on how much we earn.Your ability to be with the person you love depends, if you are from different countries, on how much your salary is - even if you have enough to support you both. And if you have children together, the economic discrimination is even greater. Children are growing up in the UK without one of their parents... Because the UK parent is not deemed wealthy enough to have a foreign spouse.The 2012 Family Immigration Law breaches our human rights under Article 8 of the European Union Convention on Human Rights. In the face of this violation, extraordinary people in the UK and across the globe are doing everything they can to keep their love alive across borders, mountains and oceans. They show a courage and humanity, and a belief in love that demonstrates what it is to be human.Thousands of people are affected by this law. Here are some of their stories.
Jwala D. Thapa Human gene patents: Placing the Helix in the Indian Patent Act, 1970 Jwala D. Thapa Human gene patents: Placing the Helix in the Indian Patent Act, 1970 Новинка

Jwala D. Thapa Human gene patents: Placing the Helix in the Indian Patent Act, 1970

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Inventions based on human genetic material are one of the most controversial in the law relating to patents world over due to various ethical and moral considerations. However, they are granted in many jurisdictions. The author, through this book tries to analyse the patentability of these inventions under the Indian patent regime which underwent significant changes after India became a Member of the WTO and ratified the TRIPS Agreement.
Eric Dalinpuo IS SOCIAL PROTECTION A RIGHT. Eric Dalinpuo IS SOCIAL PROTECTION A RIGHT. Новинка

Eric Dalinpuo IS SOCIAL PROTECTION A RIGHT.

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Social protection involves choices about whether the core principle behind social provisioning will be universal or selective through targeting. Extreme poverty is regarded as the world's greatest human rights issue. The UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights starts from the idea that all human beings are born free and equal in status and rights. Under the international human rights law, States are legally obligated to establish social protection systems for their citizens, especially the vulnerable and at risk. Social protection in Ghana assumes three main targets for poverty reduction; the first target looks at labour market interventions in terms of employment services, job training, and direct employment generation. The second target deals with social insurance that targets risk mitigation, disability, ill health, old age, health insurance, and the third target is social assistance that provides welfare and social services, cash or in-kind transfers, and subsidies. The interventions under these targets are either universal or targeted. This study is concerned with the right base of social protection for OVC and examines the impact and challenges of some social protection interventions. For this purpose, three categories of participants made up of 53 OVC, Caregivers, SP interventions and institutions as well as Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) were selected across the two townships of Wa and Jirapa for the study through systematic random sampling. Close ended que...
Gabriel Moran Uniquely Human. The Basis of Human Rights Gabriel Moran Uniquely Human. The Basis of Human Rights Новинка

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1952 руб.
Книга "Uniquely Human. The Basis of Human Rights".
Mammadova Arzu Transit Rights in Petroleum Transportation Systems Mammadova Arzu Transit Rights in Petroleum Transportation Systems Новинка

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In Azerbaijan the main piece of legislation regarding petroleum activities is the Subsurface Law and Law on Utilization of Energy Resources. Neither of them comprises provisions on rights and obligations for transit. With the rapid development of energy sector in Azerbaijan, the understanding of transit and rights under transit agreements is important for the further improvement of the system. This book explains how these issues are dealt with in respective agreements.
Karsten Keilhack What in your opinion, has been the most significant impact of the incorporation of Human Rights legislation into British law. Karsten Keilhack What in your opinion, has been the most significant impact of the incorporation of Human Rights legislation into British law. Новинка

Karsten Keilhack What in your opinion, has been the most significant impact of the incorporation of Human Rights legislation into British law.

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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Law - Comparative Legal Systems, Comparative Law, grade: 62%, Cardiff University (Großbritannien; Law School), course: English Legal System, language: English, abstract: The most important piece of British legislation with regard to Human Rights is undoubtedly the Human Rights Act 1998. The Act, in force since 2 October 2000, incorporated the European Convention on Human Rights1 into British law and constitutes one of the most controversial legislative creations enacted by the Westminster Parliament in its impressive history. Rancorous opponents have described the Act as a "plot to undermine Parliament and make Britain subservient to the European Union", nothing more than a "complainers charter" and a "bonanza for lawyers."2 Proponents counter and say that the 1998 Act will advance the cause of liberty and check the power of Britain's over-mighty executive.3 Whatever the reader considers to be true, it is indisputable that the Human Rights Act 1998 is a huge constitutional innovation with a crucial impact on Britain's legal system. Consequently, the present Lord Chancellor, Lord Irvine of Lairg, called it "a constitutional landmark" which "would be a point of reference for generations to come."4This essay will identify and analyse the most significant affects of Britain's new human rights legislation. For that purpose it is first necessary to outline the historical development ...
Rozana Baci Kosovar Foreign Fighters. From Ideology to Radicalization and Back to Human Rights Violations Rozana Baci Kosovar Foreign Fighters. From Ideology to Radicalization and Back to Human Rights Violations Новинка

Rozana Baci Kosovar Foreign Fighters. From Ideology to Radicalization and Back to Human Rights Violations

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Diploma Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: 8, University of Sarajevo (ERMA), language: English, abstract: The Independence was followed by a new shift in Albanian Kosovar's ideology. Once the national agenda had been achieved, the created sociopolitical gap was rapidly filled with a new religious ideology. Kosovar foreign fighters became a hot topic in fighting back the radicalization in Kosovo. Many citizens were arrested and brought before the Courts on suspicions related to terrorism. These prosecutions in fighting back foreign fighters brought distortions and violations of the foreign fighters' human rights. The cases analyzed in this study do speak about the violation of the presumption of innocence, the right to a fair and other procedural rights violations. The overall situation on the issue of fighting back the Kosovar foreign fighters and extremist radicalization within Kosovo speaks of a lack of competencies by the Kosovar authorities. No matter what an individual is accused of, the presumption of innocence and the right to a fair trial should always prevail. It is up to the Kosovar authorities in the first place to show the good practice that such fundamental principles and rights are not only envisaged but embedded in daily proceedings.
Mahoney Challenge of Human Rights Mahoney Challenge of Human Rights Новинка

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5689 руб.
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A comprehensive guide to understanding, assessing, and responding to terrorism in this modern age This book provides readers with a thorough understanding of the types of attacks that may be perpetrated, and how to identify potential targets, conduct a meaningful vulnerability analysis, and apply protective measures to secure personnel and facilities. The new edition of Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism updates existing material and includes several new topics that have emerged, including information on new international terrorist groups as well as a new chapter on Regulations and Standards. A vulnerability analysis methodology, consisting of several steps—which include the techniques necessary to conduct a vulnerability analysis—is introduced and applied through several sample scenarios. By using easily customized templates for the screening process, valuation of a critical asset as a target, vulnerability analysis, security procedures, emergency response procedures, and training programs, the book offers a practical step-by-step process to help reduce risk. Each different type of terrorism is briefly discussed—however, the book focuses on those potential attacks that may involve weapons of mass destruction. There is a discussion of what physical and administrative enhancements can be implemented to improve a facility's ability to devalue, detect, deter, deny, delay, defend, respond, and recover to a real or threatened terrorist attack—whether it be at a facility, or in the community. Techniques on how personnel safety and security can be improved through the implementation of counter-terrorism programs are also outlined. An overview of the major counter-terrorism regulations and standards are presented, along with the significant governmental efforts that have been implemented to help prevent terrorist attacks and foster preparedness at both private and public sector facilities and for personnel. Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism, Second Edition: Updates existing material, plus includes several new topics that have emerged including information on new international terrorist groups, new terrorist tactics, cyber terrorism, and Regulations and Standards Outlines techniques for improving facility and personnel safety and security through the implementation of counter-terrorism programs Unites the emergency response/public sector community with the private sector over infrastructure protection, thus allowing for easier communication between them Includes questions/exercises at the end of each chapter and a solutions manual to facilitate its use as a textbook Understanding, Assessing, and Responding to Terrorism, Second Edition is a must-have reference for private and public sector risk managers, safety engineers, security professionals, facility managers, emergency responders, and others charged with protecting facilities and personnel from all types of hazards (accidental, intentional, and natural).
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