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BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Guide to international human rights practice / Hannum, Hurst (ed.). - 3. ed.., xi, 348 p.. - Ardsley, NY : Transnational publ., 1999.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. PART I : PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS:. 1. An overview of international human rights law, by Richard B. Bilder. 2. Implementing human rights : an overview of NGO strategies and available procedures, by Hurst Hannum. PART II: INTERNATIONAL PROCEDURE FOR MAKING HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLAINTS WITHIN THE UN SYSTEM:. 3. Treaty-based procedures for making human rights complaints within the UN system, by Sian Lewis-Anthony. 4. United Nations non-treaty procedures for dealing with human rights violations, by Nigel S. Rodley. 5. Human rights complaint procedures of the International Labor Organization, by lee Swepston. 6. The complaint procedure of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Orgnaization, by Stephen P. Marks. PART III: REGIONAL SYSTEMS FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS:. 7. The Inter-American human rights system, by Dinah L. Shelton. 8. Europe : the Council of Europe, the OSCE and the European Union, by Kevin Boyle. 9. The African charter on human and peoples' rights, by Cees Flinterman and Evelyn Ankumah. PART IV: OTHER TECHNIQUES AND FORUMS FOR PROTECTING RIGHTS:. 10. International reporting procedures, by Sandra Coliver and Alice M. Miller. 11. Quasi-legal standards and guidelines for protecting human rights, by Jiri Toman. 12. The international and national protection of refugees, by Maryellen Fullerton. 13. The role of domestic courts in enforcing international human rights law, by Joan Fitzpatrick.
NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; Declaration on the human rights of individuals who are not nationals of the country in which they live; AMR; ICCPR-OP; ICESCR; Protocol to the international covenant on economic, social and cultural rights; CAT; CEDAW; CERD; Nuremberg charter; CRC; CDE; Convention for the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict; Migrant workers convention; Convention on the political rights of women; Genocide convention; Convention on the protection of civilian persons in times of war; Refugee convention; ECHR; ICCPR; Declaration of fundamental rights; Declaration of fundamental rights and principles at work (ILO); Declaration of principles of prison discipline; Declaration on the elimination of all forms of intolerance based on religion or belief; Declaration on the protection of all persons from being subjected to torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment of punishment; Declaration on the rights of disabled persons; Declaration on the rights of mentally retarded persons; Declaration on the rights of the child; Inter-American convention on forced disappearance of persons; Convention of Belem do Para; Inter-American convention to prevent and punsih torture; TEU; Protocol of Bueno Aires; Protocol of Washington; Protocol of Cartagena de Indias; Protocol of Washington;