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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Text and Materials on International Human Rights 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9780415540681
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780415491150
Published: April 2013
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99



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Text and Materials on International Human Rights offers a carefully tailored overview of the subject, divided into four sections that cover: sources and theories; institutions and structures; substantive rights; and a new concluding section on the challenges for human rights law.

The third edition is fully updated to include all key developments, in particular issues around torture, terrorism and international criminal law. This collection of materials offers a comprehensive overview of the institutional structures relevant to international human rights law, crucial to the understanding of how law works in this challenging area.

Designed to guide students through the fundamental texts for this subject, the author's commentary contextualises each extract to explain its relevance, while highlighted further reading makes links to cutting edge academic commentary to provide next steps for student research.

Offering a clear text design that distinguishes between materials and author commentary, and including reflective questions throughout to aid understanding, this book is ideal for students seeking to engage with the key issues in the study of International Human Rights.

Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Contents:
Part I Sources of International Human Rights
Key Concepts: Universality, Interdependence and Categories of Rights
Positive obligations and Categories of Rights

Part II States and Treaty Obligations
The Organisational Structures and Key Institutions
Monitoring and Enforcing Human Rights: Extra-conventional mechanisms
Treaty Monitoring Bodies: Committees and Courts
National Institutions and International Human Rights
Extending the duties to protect and respect human rights (non-State actors)
Reforming the human rights system

Part III Protecting Children
Detainees, prisoners and Convictees
Indigenous Peoples and their Rights
The Protection of Refugees,
Stateless Persons and Internally Displaced People
Protecting and Promoting the Rights of Women

Part IV Challenges for International Human Rights Law