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International human rights law / edited by Daniel Moeckli, Sangeeta Shah, Sandesh Sivakumaran.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford University Press, 2022Edition: 4th EditionDescription: xxxi, 710 pages ; 22 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780198860112
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • K3240 INT
Contents:
Part I: Foundations 1: Ed Bates: History 2: Samantha Besson: Justifications 3: Marie-Benedicte Dembour: CritiquesPart II: International Law 4: Christine Chinkin: Sources 5: Frederic Megret: Special character 6: Sarah Joseph and Barrie Sander: Scope of application 7: Katharine G Young: Rights and obligationsPart III: Substantive Rights 8: Daniel Moeckli: Equality and non-discrimination 9: Carla Ferstman: Integrity of the person 10: Asbjorn Eide and Wenche Barth Eide: Adequate standard of living 11: Dominic McGoldrick: Thought, expression, association, and assembly 12: Fons Coomans: Education and work 13: Sangeeta Shah: Detention and trial 14: Julie Ringelheim: Cultural Rights 15: Michael O'Flaherty: Sexual orientation and gender identity 16: Dianne Otto: Women's rights 17: Aoife Nolan: Children's rights 18: Robert McCorquodale: Group rightsPart IV: Protection 19: Jane Connors and Sangeeta Shah: United Nations 20: Basak Cali: Regional protection 21: Thomas Antkowiak: The Americas 22: Steven Greer and Lewis Graham: Europe 23: Christof Heyns and Magnus Killander: Africa 24: Andrew Byrnes and Catherine Renshaw: Within the statePart V: Linkages 25: Sandesh Sivakumaran: International humanitarian law 26: Robert Cryer: International criminal law 27: Alice Edwards: International refugee lawPart IV: Challenges 28: Andrew Clapham: Non-state actors 29: Martin Scheinin: Terrorism 30: Stephen Marks: Poverty 31: Lavanya Rajamani: Climate change 32: Meghna Abraham: Pandemics
Summary: Written by leading experts in the field, this 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 subject to life, making International Human Rights Law the ideal companion for students of human rights.
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Item type Current library Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Book Book Harare Campus Library Core Collection K3240 INT (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 156823 Available BK144611
Book Book Law Library Core Collection K3240 INT (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 156824 Available BK144679
Book Book Main Library Core Collection K3240 INT (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 156822 Available BK144719

Includes bibliography and index

Part I: Foundations 1: Ed Bates: History 2: Samantha Besson: Justifications 3: Marie-Benedicte Dembour: CritiquesPart II: International Law 4: Christine Chinkin: Sources 5: Frederic Megret: Special character 6: Sarah Joseph and Barrie Sander: Scope of application 7: Katharine G Young: Rights and obligationsPart III: Substantive Rights 8: Daniel Moeckli: Equality and non-discrimination 9: Carla Ferstman: Integrity of the person 10: Asbjorn Eide and Wenche Barth Eide: Adequate standard of living 11: Dominic McGoldrick: Thought, expression, association, and assembly 12: Fons Coomans: Education and work 13: Sangeeta Shah: Detention and trial 14: Julie Ringelheim: Cultural Rights 15: Michael O'Flaherty: Sexual orientation and gender identity 16: Dianne Otto: Women's rights 17: Aoife Nolan: Children's rights 18: Robert McCorquodale: Group rightsPart IV: Protection 19: Jane Connors and Sangeeta Shah: United Nations 20: Basak Cali: Regional protection 21: Thomas Antkowiak: The Americas 22: Steven Greer and Lewis Graham: Europe 23: Christof Heyns and Magnus Killander: Africa 24: Andrew Byrnes and Catherine Renshaw: Within the statePart V: Linkages 25: Sandesh Sivakumaran: International humanitarian law 26: Robert Cryer: International criminal law 27: Alice Edwards: International refugee lawPart IV: Challenges 28: Andrew Clapham: Non-state actors 29: Martin Scheinin: Terrorism 30: Stephen Marks: Poverty 31: Lavanya Rajamani: Climate change 32: Meghna Abraham: Pandemics

Written by leading experts in the field, this 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 subject to life, making International Human Rights Law the ideal companion for students of human rights.

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