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Vol 24 No 3 March/April 2019

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International Human Rights Law Documents (eBook)

Edited by: Urfan Khaliq

ISBN13: 9781108500777
Published: October 2018
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
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This accessible collection of important international human rights documents is an essential resource for students and researchers of international human rights law.

In addition to standard instruments such as the Universal Declaration, the 1966 United Nations Covenants and the European Convention and its Protocols, the volume also features topics and documents such as all core UN human rights treaties and their protocols, key international labour instruments and the obligations of the global financial organisations and multi-national corporations. Taking a broad and historical approach, the collection also incorporates Inter-American, African, Asian and Arab instruments alongside older UN documents and numerous soft law documents. Its approach reflects the diverse nature of international human rights law and the courses which now seek to teach it.

This book is also valuable for students of international law, global governance and other courses which discuss the law of international human rights.

Human Rights and Civil Liberties, eBooks
Part I. Treaties and Associated Documents Adopted under the Auspices of or Relating to the League of Nations and United Nations
Part II. Declarations, Standard Setting and Other Relevant Documents Adopted under the Auspices of United Nations Relating Directly to Human Rights Issues
Part III. UN Human Rights Institutions and Complaints Mechanisms and Procedures
Part IV. UN World Conferences and Summits
Part V. International Labour Organisation Documents
Part VI. International Financial Institutions
Part VII. African Union
Part VIII. ASEAN Documents
Part IX. Council of Europe Documents
Part X. Organisation of American States Documents
Part XI. Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Arab and Islamic States
Part XII. Miscellaneous Documents.