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Edited by Bertrand G. Ramcharan
This is one of the first books to examine the need for protection of Human Rights in the field, survey the experiences of the different human rights and humanitarian organizations, and assess what works and what does not work.
This volume explores the theoretical and legal underpinnings of gender and race discrimination, at both the domestic and international level, and examines the extent to which these may be applied to the area of children's rights.
Edited by J.K.M. Gevers, E.H. Hondius and J.H. Hubben
This volume of essays gives an overview of some of the most important issues raised by the Convention. In six parts, this volume discusses the basic concepts and leading principles; the provision of services; the rights of patients; genetics and research; human tissue and genetics; and the ...
Edited by Virginia A. Leary and Daniel Warner
This original study examines the extent to which international labour issues have become issue of concern within the European Union, the ILO, the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), and the WTO (World Trade Organization).
In this study, a general model is developed for judicial assessment of equal treatment cases. The model is based on theoretical research after the standards that should be used in assessing cases against the general principle of equal treatment, supplemented by an elaborate comparative analysis ...
Klaus Dieter Beiter
In view of the trend of demoting education from ”human right” to “human need” and the accompanying commercialisation of education, and the complex nature of the right to education under international law, entailing a freedom and a social aspect, this book seeks to affirm education as a “human ...
This book is a comprehensive, modern study of the important field of international protection of minority rights, focusing on 20th century developments.
Jasper A. Bovenberg
Taking a case and context driven approach and backing up traditional legal analysis with historical analogies, web-surveys and practical experience, Jasper Bovenberg provides counter-intuitive, provocative and practical answers and recommendations for such controversial issues as how to share ...
Edited by Peris Jones and Kristian Stokke
What are the prospects and means of achieving development through a democratic politics of socio-economic rights? Starting from the position that socio-economic rights are as legally and normatively valid as civil and political rights, this anthology explores the politics of acquiring and ...
Edited by Bertrand G. Ramcharan
This volume offers a wealth of information on the protection functions of existing national human rights institutions in a wide selection of countries, drawn from Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and Oceania. These essays together make clear the genuine striving by national human rights ...
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