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International Enforcement of Human Rights

Rudolf Berhardt

International Enforcement of Human Rights

Reports Submitted to the Colloquium of the International Association of Legal Science (Beitraege Zum Auslaendischen Oeffentlichen Recht Und Voelker Recht)

by Rudolf Berhardt

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Published by Springer-Verlag .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJ. A. Jolowicz (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages265
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Open LibraryOL7443843M
ISBN 100387175741
ISBN 109780387175744

  "Human Rights: International Protection, Monitoring, Enforcement" takes an institutional approach to the international protection of human rights, examining first the United Nations system, which may be seen as universal, and then analysing regional systems of : Janusz Symonides. Get this from a library! International enforcement of human rights: reports submitted to the colloquium of the International Association of Legal Science, Heidelberg, August appendix: texts of selected universal and regional human rights instruments. [Rudolf Bernhardt;].

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: Violations by Israel and the Problem of Enforcement by Alice Lynd with the assistance of Staughton Lynd A publication of the Palestine-Israel Working Group of Historians Against the War (HAW) August Licensed . "Human Rights: International Protection, Monitoring, Enforcement" takes an institutional approach to the international protection of human rights, examining first the .

At the regional level, the chapter addresses the enforcement of IHL through the regional human rights systems, focusing on the three regional human rights courts, but also including relevant findings by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. At the international level, the Author: Gentian Zyberi. The book also explores the interface between the enforcement of intellectual property rights and the norms regulating international trade, competition, and human rights, as well as the conceptual and systemic aspects of enforcement, while illustrating the importance of these rights with examples in Cited by: 3.


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