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International Human Rights Monitoring Mechanisms: Essays in Honour of Jakob Th. Möller 2nd ed isbn 9789004162365

International Human Rights Monitoring Mechanisms

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ISBN13: 9789041114457
ISBN: 9041114459
New Edition ISBN: 9789004162365
Published: June 2003
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This collection is intended as a thematic textbook on the institutions and procedures devoted to the national implementation of human rights and to the international monitoring of state performance.;The coverage extends to most of the monitoring instances available at inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations: complaints, fact-finding and investigative procedures, state reporting obligations, good offices actions, dialogue functions, human rights education, dissemination of human rights information, letter campaigns, and technical co-operation. The book is intended for students of international human rights law, but it can also serve as a guide for both officials and activists involved in the realization of human rights.

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Preface. About the Authors. The United Nations and Human Rights in the Twenty-first Century; B.G. Ramcharan. The Early Days; K. Das. Overview over Human Rights -- the regime of the UN; A.M. Pennegard. The Examination of Individual Complaints by the United Nations Human Rights Committee under the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; A. de Zayas. Article 26, the Human Rights Committee's Views and Decisions: the Way of the Future? C. Edelementos. How to Unite a Tie in the Human Rights Committee; M. Scheinin. The First Ten Years of the Human Rights Committee; A. Mavromatis. Cerd And Article 14; The Unfulfilled Promise; Th. van Boven. Cat and Articles 20 and 22; B. Sorensen. State Reports; V. Dimitrijevic. Follow-up Procedures to Individual Complaints and Periodic State Reporting Mechanisms; M.G. Schmidt.
53rd Session of the Commission on Human Rights; B. Mukherjee. The Special Procedures of the UN Commission on Human Rights; L.S. Sunga. Urgent Action; N.S. Rodley.
1503: A Serious Procedure; M.F. Ize-Charrin. Early Warning and Prevention; H. Thoolen. Good Offices, Preventative Action and Peacemaking by the United Nations Secretary-General; B.G. Ramcharan. Monitoring the Rights of the Internally Displaced; M. Stavropoulu. Protecting Refugees and Persons in Refugee Like Situatiions; O. Andrysek. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: to Bomb or Not to Bomb; R. Mullerson. A United Nations Permanent Forum for the World's Indigenous Peoples -- A Global Imperative; E.-I.A. Daes. Minorities at the United Nations: From Standard-setting to the Working Group on Minorities; A. Eide. United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: Challenges and Opportunities; B. Mukherjee. The Hight Commissioner's Field Operations; I. Martin. The United Nations Programme of Technical Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights; C.G. Mokhiber. Men and Women, Sex and Gender; K. Tomasevski. The New Frontiers of Judicial Enforcement: The International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda; P. Akhavan. The Role of the Permanent International Criminal Court in Prosecuting Genocide, Other Crimes against Humanity and Serious Violations of Humanitarian Law; C.K. Hall. The International Court of Justice in Furthering the Justiciability of Human Rights; J. Grimheden. The International Labour Organisation and Human Rights Access to the ILO; L. Swepston. INESCO; J. Symonides. Access to Justice: The World Bank Inspection Panel; L.B. de Chazournes. Approaching FAO; M. Vidar. Monitoring by the Council of Europe; A. Drzemczewski. Inter-State Complaints Under treaty Provisions -- The Experience of the European Convention on Human Rights; S.C. Prebensen. Control of Execution of Decisions Under the ECHR -- Some Remarks on the Committee of Ministers' Control of the Proper Implementation of Decisions Finding Violations of the Convention; F.G.E. Sundberg. The European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or