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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Justice Without Frontiers

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ISBN13: 9789041102416
ISBN: 9041102418
Published: July 1999
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £359.00

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This volume is based on the theme that justice cannot be confined within limitations of space, time or academic discipline, a theme which Judge Christopher Weeramantry has consistently applied in the writings collected here. The text argues that justice breaks out beyond the bounds of particular cultural traditions and territorial boundaries. It trancends generational barriers and imposes on every generation duties towards those who are to follow. It reaches beyond the bounds of the discipline of law and fertilizes the interface area between law and other disciplines.;This is the first volume of several which will cover Judge Weeramantry's contribution to legal literature. The remianing volumes will contain essays on: justice in a global context; justice in the age of technology; and the votaries of justice.

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The worldwide resurgence of torture; traffic in armaments - a blind spot in human rights and international law; the media threat; national and international systems as denigrators of human rights; right against might; access to information - a new human right, the right to know; blots upon the South African statute book; the constitutional reconstruction of South Africa - some essential safeguards; Japanese advances in the field of human rights; international human rights - some Islamic perspectives; the quest for congruence between culture and legal systems in recently liberated societies; third world ideological frameworks; the right to development; the teaching of human rights; introducing human rights to the younger generation.