|1.||Chowdhury, Azizur Rahman (ed.) : An introduction to international human rights law, 2010|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
An introduction to international human rights law / Chowdhury, Azizur Rahman (ed.) ; Bhuiyan, Jahid Hossain, xxi, 294 p.. - Leiden : Brill, 2010.
ABSTRACT: 1. The Historical Development of International Human Rights, Michelo Hansungule. 2. Civil and Political Rights, Joshua Castellino. 3. An Introduction to Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Overcoming the Constraints of Categorization through Implementation, Vinodh Jaichand. 4. Women’s Rights in International Law, Mmatsie Mooki, Rita Ozoemana, Michelo Hansungule. 5. Globalization and Human Rights, Heli Askola. 7. Attributes of Successful Human Rights on-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) – Sixty Years After the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, George E. Edwards. 8. Do States have an Obligation under International Law to Provide Human Rights Education?, Paula Gerber. 9. Application of International Standards of Human Rights Law at Domestic Level, Joshua Castellino. 10. Role of Regional Human Rights Instruments in the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights, Azizur Rahman Chowdhury, V. Seshaiah Shasthri, Md. Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan.
NOTE (GENERAL): Protocol of San Salvador; ACHPR; CRC; CEDAW; CERD; ECHR; ESC; ICESCR; UDHR; UN charter; Convention on the nationality of married women; Convention on the political rights of women; Genocide convention;
|2.||Benedek, Wolfgang ... [et al.] : European yearbook on human rights 2012, 2012|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
European yearbook on human rights 2012 / Benedek, Wolfgang ... [et al.], 467 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2012.
ABSTRACT: I : Topics of the Year:. 1. Mohsine EL AHMADI and Abdelaziz RADI: Arab Spring and Human Rights. 2. Andreas ACCARDO, Jonas GRIMHEDEN and Klaus STARL: The Case for Human Rights at the Local Level: More than an Obligation?. II European Union:. 1. Wolfgang BENEDEK: EU Action on Human and Fundamental Rights in 2011. 1. Theodor RATHGEBER: The EU’s Performance in the UN Human Rights Council in 2011 in Light of the Review Process and its Main Outcomes. 3. Jeff KENNER: The Court of Justice of the European Union and Human Rights in 2011. 4. Daniel AUGENSTEIN and Christian BEHRMANN: Partnering with Civil Society: The EU’s Approach to Promoting Human Rights and Decent Work in Bangladesh. 5. Gosia GORSKA: Mutual Influence: The Case of the EU and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. 6. Paul GRAGL: The Shortcomings of Dublin II: Strasbourg’s M.S.S. Judgment and its Implications for the European Union’s Legal Order. 7. Rachel TOWERS: Recasting the Dublin II Regulation: Do the Draft Provisions on Appeal Rights, Detention and Access to Asylum Procedures Sufficiently Protect Asylum-Seekers’ Fundamental Rights?. 8. Lidia Isabel ESTEVEZ PICON: Criminalizing Irregular Immigrants in the EU: A Human Rights Issue. 9. Paolo BIONDI: The Externalization of the EU’s Southern Border in Light of the EU/Libya Framework Agreement: A Lawful Alternative or a Neo-Refoulement Strategy?. 10. Birgit Angela WEIXELBAUMER, Maria HADJIPAVLOU and Kalliope AGAPIOU-JOSEPHIDES: The EU Facing the Human Trafficking Challenge: Reintegration as a Possible Shift Towards a Victim-Centred Approach. 11. Sara DE VIDO: The European Contribution to the Recognition of the Human Right to Water. III Council of Europe:. 1. Tatjana CARDONA, Elisabeth HANDL-PETZ, Eva LECHNER and Brigitte OHMS: ECtHR Jurisprudence in 2011: An Overview. 2. Tatiana MARTYNOVA: Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments in the Russian Legal Order: 3. Violeta BEŠIREVIÆ: A Short Guide to Militant Democracy: Some Remarks on the Strasbourg Jurisprudence. 4. Pierre THIELBÖRGER: Positive Obligations in the ECHR after the Stoicescu Case: A Concept in Search of Content?. 5. Agnieszka SZKLANNA: The Standing of Applicants and NGOs in the Process of Supervision of ECtHR Judgments by the Committee of Ministers. 6. Lando KIRCHMAIR: The Right to Judicial Protection under the ECHR: A Yardstick for the Individual Action for Annulment after Lisbon?. 7. Michaela POVOLNÁ: Protection of Medical Data in the Scope of Article 8 ECHR: An Analysis of the European Data Protection Safeguards. 7. Markus MÖSTL: Monitoring Human Rights by Council of Europe Bodies: Quo Vadis?. IV OSCE:. 1. Manfred NOWAK and Karolina JANUSZEWSKI: Criminal Justice and Prison Standards in the OSCE Area. 2. Hans-Joachim HEINTZE: The Unique Contribution of the OSCE in the Field of Minority Protection. V Civil society/NGOs/cross-cutting issues:. 1. Gabor Halmai: From the “Rule of Law Revolution” to the Constitutional Counter-Revolution in Hungary. 2. Enver HASANI, Dren DOLI and Fisnik KORENICA: Individual Complaint Mechanism as a Means to Protecting Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms: The Case of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo. 3. Vedrana SPAJIÆ VRKAŠ and Mitja ŽAGAR: Civic Education in South-Eastern Europe: Education and Training for Human Rights and Active Democratic Citizenship. 4. Kira PRECKEL and Rosalind WILLI: The Role of Civil Society in the Universal Periodic Review: Human Dignity, in Your Hands?. 5. Mirt KOMEL: Statelessness and the Right to Have Rights: Universalism of Human Rights within the Context of the UN and EU.
NOTE (GENERAL): CAT; ICCPR; European charter for regional or minority languages; ICESCR; EU charter of fundamental rights; ECHR; ESC; CERD; UDHR; TEU; TFEU; European charter of local self-government; ECPT; ECRI;
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