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International human rights law

Author: Mark Freeman; Gibran van Ert
Publisher: Toronto, ON : Irwin Law, 2004.
Series: Essentials of Canadian law.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Freeman; Gibran van Ert
ISBN: 1552210944 9781552210949
OCLC Number: 55744460
Description: xxviii, 622 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part One: The international law of human rights --
Chapter 1: History of human rights --
Chapter 2: The concept of human rights: theory and contestation --
Chapter 3: Subjects and sources of international human rights law --
Chapter 4: The International Bill of Human Rights --
Chapter 5: Other UN human rights instruments --
Chapter 6: Regional human rights instruments --
Chapter 7: Related fields: international labour, refugee, humanitarian and criminal law --
Part Two: The Canadian reception of international human rights law --
Chapter 8: General principles of Canadian reception law --
Chapter 9: Reception through the Charter and other human rights laws --
Chapter 10: Reception of specific international human rights --
Chapter 11: Reception of international labour, refugee, humanitarian and criminal laws --
Part Three: The promotion and protection of human rights --
Chapter 12: State responsibility for breaches of human rights law --
Chapter 13: Canadian human rights mechanisms --
Chapter 14: UN human rights mechanisms --
Chapter 15: Regional human rights mechanisms --
Chapter 16: Other multilateral mechanisms --
Chapter 17: International and mixed criminal tribunals --
Chapter 18: Foreign criminal and civil proceedings --
Chapter 19: Non-governmental organizations --
Conclusion: Contemporary trends and issues.
Series Title: Essentials of Canadian law.
Responsibility: Mark Freeman, Gibran van Ert.
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