This timely and valuable book explores the development of
international human rights law over the last six decades. The
volume brings together leading experts to reflect on different
aspects of human rights law, not only considering and evaluating
the developments so far, but also identifying relevant problems and
proposing relevant possible perspectives for the continued positive
future development of human rights law. The book is international
in perspective, both in scope and context, and covers developments
in the international protection of human rights since the adoption
of the UDHR in 1948. The developments considered include the United
Nations system of protecting human rights as well as regional human
rights systems in Africa, America and Europe. It also considers
some key themes relevant to human rights including globalisation,
protecting human rights in emergency situations and trade
sanctions, the development of human rights NGOs, and many others.
The book will be an invaluable resource for students, academics and
policy-makers working in the field of international human rights.
Ashgate Publishing Limited
|Country of origin:
Mashood A. Baderin
||246 x 174 x 17mm (L x W x T)
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