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Enforcement of Human Rights

enforcing human rights

Human Rights and Their Enforcement

The ICC and Human Rights Enforcement

Monitoring, implementing, and enforcing human rights

Limits of Law Enforcement and Human Rights Law

The Enforcement of Human Rights in Employment

The Security Council as Enforcer of Human Rights

Integrating Enforcement of Human Rights Laws with Enforcement of Trade Laws: Some Baseline Issues Commentary on Cooperation in Dispute Settlement

Enforced Disappearance and the European Court of Human Rights A ‘Wall of Silence’, Fact-Finding Difficulties and States as ‘Subversive Objectors’

Nature and Enforcement of Human Rights and Civil Liberties

The Role of Domestic Courts in the Enforcement of International Human Rights: The United Kingdom1

Enforced Disappearance and the European Court of Human Rights’ ratione temporis Jurisdiction A Discussion of Temporal Elements in Janowiec and Others v. Russia

Enforced Destitution of Asylum Seekers in the United Kingdom: The Denial of Fundamental Human Rights

Policing, Values, and Violence: Human Rights Education with Law Enforcers in India

Human Rights Law Marches into New Territory: The Enforcement of International Human Rights in International Criminal Tribunals (Marek Nowicki Memorial Lecture)

Human Rights: International Protection, Monitoring and Enforcement. Edited by Janusz Symonides. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003. xxi + 421 pp. £60 hb. £22 pb

Human Rights Considerations and the Enforcement of Targeted Sanctions in Europe: The Emergence of Core Standards of Judicial Protection

Enforcing the Child's Right to Know Her Origins: Contrasting Approaches Under the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the European Convention on Human Rights


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Unlike most states, the United Kingdom has not adopted a codified written constitution (ie a constitutional document of the highest legal status) with an entrenched (specially protected) set of fundamental ...

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