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International Human Rights Law 3rd ed

Edited by: Daniel Moeckli, Sangeeta Shah, Sandesh Sivakumaran, David Harris

ISBN13: 9780198767237
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199654574
Published: December 2017
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £39.99



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Written by leading experts in the field, this compelling textbook explores the essentials of international human rights law, from foundational issues to substantive rights and systems of protection. A variety of perspectives bring this multifaceted and sometimes contentious subject to life, making International Human Rights Law the ideal companion for students of human rights.

Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Contents:
Part I: Foundations
1: History, Ed Bates
2: Justifications, Samantha Besson
3: Critiques, Marie-Bénédicte Dembour

Part II: International Law
4: Sources, Christine Chinkin
5: Nature of obligations, Frédéric Mégret
6: Scope of application, Sarah Joseph and Sam Dipnall

Part III: Substantive Rights
7: Categories of rights, Theo van Boven
8: Equality and non-discrimination, Daniel Moeckli
9: Integrity of the person, Nigel S Rodley
10: Adequate standard of living, Asbjørn Eide
11: Thought, expression, association, and assembly, Dominic McGoldrick
12: Education and work, Fons Coomans
13: Detention and trial, Sangeeta Shah
14: Cultural Rights, Julie Ringelheim
15: Sexual orientation and gender identity, Michael O'Flaherty
16: Women's rights, Dianne Otto
17: Children's rights, Geraldine Van Bueren
18: Group rights, Robert McCorquodale

Part IV: Protection
19: United Nations, Jane Connors and Markus Schmidt
20: Regional protection, Basak Çali
21: The Americas, Thomas Antkowiak
22: Europe, Steven Greer
23: Africa, Christof Heyns and Magnus Killander
24: Within the state, Andrew Byrnes and Catherine Renshaw

Part V: Linkages
25: International humanitarian law, Sandesh Sivakumaran
26: International criminal law, Robert Cryer
27: International refugee law, Alice Edwards

Part IV: Challenges
28: Non-state actors, Andrew Clapham
29: Terrorism, Martin Scheinin
30: Poverty, Stephen P Marks